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OPEN CALL Ecoversities Regional Collaborative Projects 2021 – 2022

Update: THE CALL FOR Regional Collaborative Projects IS STILL OPEN! (we have extended the deadline) UNTIL SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 21… Another opportunity to explore the ecoverse and connect with other like-minded members of the Alliance, to continue weaving and co-creating. Actualización: EL LLAMADO PARA Proyectos Regionales Colaborativos SIGUE ABIERTO! (mantenemos la convocatoria) HASTA EL DOMINGO 21

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Climate Change and Inequalities

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p_TgS_KdaXo&ab_channel=DecolonialFuturesCollectiveVideo created for the Deep Adaptation retreat focusing on climate justice at St Ethelburga’s in October 2019.

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Networked Power and Peer-Peer Learning | Swaraj University Live Human Signposts

Each of the people interviewed had a different intention and journey to get to Swaraj University. Similarly, each of them had a different experience while learning at Swaraj. Although there were many differences in their experiences, there were also many similarities that emerged in their reflections about their experiences. The first article explored stories of Experiential

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Sense-Making and Developing Confidence | Swaraj University Live Human Signposts

Each of the people interviewed had a different intention and journey to get to Swaraj. Similarly, each of them had a different experience while learning at Swaraj. Although there were many differences in their experiences, there were also many similarities that emerged in their reflections about their experiences. The previous article explored stories of Experiential

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Ecoversities – A Reflection on Re-imagining Education

Ecoversities Alliance: A Reflection on Re-imagining Education and Supporting Learning Communities Text by: Udi Mandel and Gerardo Lopez Amaro Illustration & Graphic Design: Kate Morales <iframe src=”https://ecoversities.org/wp-content/plugins/pdf-viewer-for-elementor/assets/pdfjs/web/viewer.html?file=https://ecoversities.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/11/Ecoversities-Reflections-on-Re-imagining-Education-2021.pdf&embedded=true” style=”display: block; margin-left: auto; margin-right: auto; width: 1045px; height: 1280px;” frameborder=”1″ marginheight=”0px” marginwidth=”0px” allowfullscreen></iframe>

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OPEN CALL FOR ECOVERSITIES’ RESIDENCY PROGRAM 2021-2022

Hello dear Ecoversities community,  [español abajo] It is in these times of uncertainty and turmoil that we feel the healing power of connection, learning and sharing is stronger than ever. So it is with an open heart and high hopes that we are now opening the call for the Ecoversities’ Residency Program 2021-2022.  Please read

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OPEN CALL FOR ECOVERSITIES PUBLICATIONS 2021-2022

[español abajo] Dear friends,   For the past 6 years, the Ecoversities Alliance has unprecedentedly swept across the globe to connect individuals and communities as an emergent ecosystem in reclaiming knowledge systems and cultural imagination. We acknowledge the growing layers of complexity and diversity within the network, yet many insightful cosmovisions and inspiring real-life stories remain

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A Leap of Imagination

By Françoise Vergès No change for the good ever happens without it being imagined first, even if that change seems hopeless or impossible in the present. —Martin Espada When I was an adolescent on Réunion Island and I was walking in its impressive mountains, which all bear the names of Malagasy maroons,¹ I imagined them

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Holding Space, Together

By Alessandra Pomarico with Kū Kahakalau and Kate Morales Okiciya makiyokipi na iyuteya, cuke wayokapi, mitakuye oyasin. Help each other acclimatize and adjust, because the truth is, we are all related. — Lakota saying shared by Wahinkpe Topa (Four Arrows) Together, to gather, to get there. To become one in many, a multitude of singularities,

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Weaving and Un-weaving stories

by Rahul Hasija Possibilities and potency of Stories & Narratives in shaping Ecoversities and their work Each night in my childhood, my mother took me to far-fetched lands, deserts and forests of all kinds, walked upon by Sufi mystiques like Nanak, Kabir, Bulle-Shah. Her stories allowed me to travel to mystical locations as well as

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