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Constructing narratives for change / Learning from the Zapatistas

Datum / tijd:
za 23 feb : 12:00 - 13:30
Locatie:
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Studio 1 (OT301), Overtoom 301 Amsterdam

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Taking the Zapatista uprising as an example Jorge DS explains what we can learn from the their use of narrative and rhetoric in making social change. Jerry Afriyie (Nederland Wordt Beter/KOZP) and Harriet Bergman (Code Rood) will reflect on their own experiences in the Netherlands. Moderator: Merel de Buck

How did the Zapatistas turn a local conflict in the south of Mexico into an international struggle for solidarity and even inspire a global movement? Jorge DS argues that they used the power of words as their weapons to shape public opinion. What can we learn from the their use of narrative and rhetoric in making social change? Nederland Wordt Beter/KOZP and Harriet Bergman of Code Rood will reflect on their experiences in the Netherlands. Moderator: Merel de Buck

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Datum:
za 23 feb
Tijd:
12:00 - 13:30
2.Dh5 Festival:
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Locatie

Studio 1 (OT301)
Overtoom 301
Amsterdam, Netherlands

Sprekers

Jorge DS

Jorge is an independent PhD candidate in Linguistics at the University of Leiden. His research is focused on the strategic use of argumentative language in communiqués issued by groups in Mexico claiming and justify radical actions. He works writing about gift economy and non-markets societies. He's the co-founder of the former SMX Collective and co-developed the campaign _Money Laundering Kills_. Among his interests are propaganda, gift economy, autonomy and autonomous spaces, and cooperativism. As a hobby, he bakes bread.

Harriet Bergman (Code Rood)

Harriet Bergman practices her civil disobedience as a part of artist collective Fossil Free Culture NL and horizontally organised mass action group Code Rood. She writes fiction and is part of the Feminist Alcoholic Society. Her PhD project at the University of Antwerp is about political emotions and social movements.
Space
Studio 1
Format
Panel discussion
Language
English