Under the Bright Blue Sun On a sleepy rainy morning We paint a bright blue sun Drawn into this unfolding There’s nothing we can’t learn We flock together, in multicolour Each of us like none We fly in the sky, we smile and sigh We sing and dance as one To conferences & schools, structures
SUMMARY Hosting Organizations: Taghmees for Training, Jordan, in consultation with Cairo Institute of Liberal Arts and Sciences, Egypt Time & Place: 4 nights/5 days (September 20th – September 24th), on a family-run eco-farm in Dibeen, Jerash located in the north of Jordan. Participants: 30 people from 9 Arab countries representing Jordan, Palestine, Iraq, Syria, Egypt,
A month prior to the Global gathering of 2019 in Michoacan, Mexico we had come together at the source of the Nile near Jinja in Uganda for a First African Ecoversities gathering. We extended personal invitations and reached out through our networks to share about the community of learning practitioners from around the world that
by Manuel Callahan My Ecoversities Summer residency was primarily organized around my participation with the Social Emancipation Summer School and Seminar, from August 5th to 14th, 2018. The SESSS was the culmination of years of collaboration with Gustavo Esteva and the Universidad de la Tierra, Oaxaca. Over the course of our work together Gustavo and
Andean wisdom and the politics of falling in love – Centro de Promocion de Sabidurias Interculturales (CEPROSI). Cusco, Perú.
By Gerardo López-Amaro Spirituality, says Elena, is about living life in the simplest, more harmonious and more respectful way among all of us. It is not about praying all day or doing great things. Rather, it is something simple, pure, and beautiful and it happens when we take care of a plant, greeting each other,
By Manish Jain That Indian education system is in doldrums and needs a overhaul of change. Lack of innovation is an oft repeated complaint in our daily lives. However, there are a few brave ones who take the step towards working on solutions to this grave problem. And, a small section of these bold warriors
Mera Manthan — A journey with Swaraj University, Ecoversities Alliance, Gandhi Ashram, Udaipur Jail :-)
by Abhishek Gupta I have been on a fairly strong learning journey for a few years now. Just when I would think — what’s next, there is something that would open a box of questions and expand my quest even further. I recently attended the Ecoversities Alliance at the Swaraj University, Udaipur. The gathering was nothing short
Learning Intimately – Reflections on Residency 2018. Terapia Nierika (or Campo Punto Cero). Pátzcuaro, México.
by Kate Morales LEARNING INTIMATELY Thanks to the calling from a persistent crowd of ancestors and the support of the Ecoversities network, I spent March — May in the home of Josefina Guzman and Pedro Reygadas outside of Patzcuaro, Michoacan in central Mexico learning and practicing Terapia Nierika (or Campo Punto Cero) — a healing
ABOUT THE PARTNERS OF THIS RESIDENCY PROGRAM “Terra Adentro” is an educational project in Brazil that researches, through experiential practices, the borders of modernity, both at systemic and at an individual level, and tries to find/create/imagine possibilities of being otherwise. As an emerging project matured during many encounters with other members of Ecoversities network, it
By: Karim-Yassin Goessinger “The IMF is utterly indifferent to the pain it’s causing” by Vihay Prashad of the Independent Media Institute I arrived in Quito – in the northern Andes – on October 1st after a long journey from Cairo – from north Africa – via Paris, France. An old Egyptian-Ecuadorian friend called me upon