From climate crisis to climate justice
An embodied exploration of pathways towards change
During the four days of the workshop we will use popular education methodologies, including Theatre of the Oppressed (TO), and The Work that Reconnects to explore:
– what the climate crisis is and what consequences it has on a global and local level
– how the climate crisis affects us personally
– our visions of climate justice including the social and ecological dimensions
– different action possibilities and maybe prepare an action to be undertaken during the climate camp
1: Intro: getting to know each other, building group agreements and exploring the different aspects of the Climate Crisis
2: How does the Climate Crisis affect us personally?
3: Climate Justice; what does it look like?
4: Action! NVDA training, option to prepare an action or develop a short theatrical presentation to share during the camp.
Popular Education: is based on the work of Paulo Freire and designed to empower people to recognise their own embodied and intuitive knowledge and to take responsibility for their own learning. Popular education techniques work on the principle of accessing and bringing to awareness and availability for sharing the experiential knowledge of everyone in the group. In popular education we are concerned with linking theory to practice and learning to enable social action.
Theatre of the Oppressed: TO is a collection of different participative theatre techniques where participants learn to face, analyse and overcome situations of oppression from their daily lives. We will use different methologies that are part of the TO method such as image theatre, newspaper theatre and forum theatre. Goals are increasing awareness, embodied learning, collective empowerment and social transformation.
The Work That Reconnects: We use group and pair work techniques based on Joanna Macy's theWork that Reconnects to support people in embodied temporal reflection.
We build our workshops using the action learning cycle, encouraging learners to move from habitual action towards reflection, analysis and transformation of their experience.
We welcome participants from any ethnic, social and religious background, sexual orientation and gender identity. We hope to provide support for all participants and are open to feedback about this.
Start time: 10:00
Room: Zelt/Tent 5
Track: Sommerschul-Kurse / Summer School Courses
- Zelt/Tent 1
- Gewaltfreie Kommunikation
- Zelt/Tent 2
- Kein Systemwandel ohne Wandel von Wissenschaft und Bildung
- Zelt/Tent 3
- Widde, widde, wie sie uns gefällt! – Forschen zu Konstruktivismus und Systemischer Praxis
- Zelt/Tent 4
- Als Gruppe entscheiden
- Zelt/Tent 6
- System Change, Power and Resource Use
- Freifläche/Open area 1
- Abenteuer Zimmerei!?
- Freifläche/Open area 2
- Zelt/Tent 8
- Post-Development and postcolonial criticism of ‚development‘
- Zelt/Tent 10
- Wer die Saat hat, hat das Sagen
- Zelt/Tent 12
- Kampagnen und „System Change"
- Zelt/Tent 13
- Degrowth and Social Ecological Transformation – Perspectives from the Global South
- Zelt/Tent 14
- Gemeinsam reparieren! Eine Anstiftung zu umweltfreundlichem Ungehorsam.
- Zelt/Tent 11
- Macroeconomic Policies for Post-Growth Societies
- Zelt/Tent 9
- Kapitalismuskritik & Degrowth in der Bildungsarbeit
- Zelt/Tent 15
- In Verbundenheit wirksam sein
- Zelt/Tent 7
- Developing degrowth narratives from the bottom-up
- Freifläche/Open area 3
- Zelt/Tent 16
- Esperanto und andere Weltsprachen
- Zelt/Tent 17
- Erste Hilfe Workshop
- Zirkuszelt links/Main tent left
- Die GIZ: Entwicklungshilfe für deutsche Konzerne
- Zirkuszelt rechts/Main tent right
- Strömungen im Anarchismus
- Queer-Fem. Barriozelt
- Was ist Anarcha-Feminismus?
- LaWi Barriozelt
- Skills for „Guerilla Composting"