Nature Rights, Global Citizenship and Reclaiming ‘The Commons’:
THE RISE OF EARTH TRUSTEESHIP
7 – 22 July 2019
“Mother Earth needs to be listened. Give Earth a voice.” – the echo of all her trustees around the world
“In a world with overwhelming globalization, the notion of Earth Trusteeship is essential. Earth Trusteeship enables a ‘turning point’ towards genuine sustainability and inclusive social justice.”
Chula Right Livelihood Summerschool: 7 – 22 July 2019 (including arrival and departure)
Welcomes 24 participants around the world to be part of this learning journey (Wongsanit Ashram – Chulalongkorn University – Chiang Mai – Chulalongkorn University), join and critically engage in redefining citizenship, property, and humanity’s relationship with Nature. Concluding Earth Trusteeship Forum
EARTH TRUSTEESHIP FORUM: 19 – 21 July 2019
(at Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok)
Independent registration for the 3-day forum is possible
- This year the annual Right Livelihood Public Lecture with Raúl Montenegro, Right Livelihood Award Laureate 2004, Argentina
- Meet with Rajagopal P.V, Ghandian activist, India, and hear about JAI JAGAT 2020. Join World Café dialogue with a remarkable diversity of international resource persons
- Celebrate “10 Years” School for Wellbeing Studies and Research, the South East Asia campus of the Right Livelihood College
Right Livelihood Lecture 2019
Raúl Montenegro (Argentina)
Raúl Monenegro will deliver the Right Livelihood Lecture during the Earth Trusteeship Forum, 19 – 21 July 2019. Raúl received the Right Livelihood Award in 2004 “for his outstanding work with local communities and indigenous people to protect the environment and natural resources”. “If we destroy their environments and communities, we will lose the answers they have to solving our problems, and to the protection of our common futures.”
Since 1985 he has been Professor of Evolutionary Biology at the National University of Cordoba. In 1982 he was the principal founder of FUNAM (Environment Defence Foundation), and has been its President since 1995. At present, he is FUNAM’s representative at the Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) at the United Nations.
Raúl Monenegro has managed to bridge the gaps between the environment, development, universities, citizens and NGOs. He is a supporter of the
Campaign for a United Nations Parliamentary Assembly (UNPA), an organisation that promotes democratic reform of the United Nations.
In addition to his actions, Montenegro has come up with theoretical concepts in order to increase the knowledge and understanding of balanced ecosystems, and has held numerous conferences on this topic. Raúl Montenegro leads the Right Livelihood College campus Cordoba.
Programme fee: THB 25,000 / USD 770 / EURO 650
Scholarships are provided
Apply now: https://goo.gl/forms/4L6I6SaevXfZLnHU2
Deadline for application: 7 June 2019.
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