Board game post-capitalist planning - Nina
Play "Cybernetic socialism: the board game" with the game designer / master and imagine a post-capitalist future. Players steer the economy by setting targets using industrial development, project, and policy cards, which cover the existing anti-capitalist spectrum.
RPG to explore movement-building strategies in the fight against gas and industrial agriculture - ASEED
In an interactive role-play game we will explore together how different grassroots movements and farmers can fight together against agrochemical corporations, gas companies and corrupt governments to stop expropriation of farmers for a new fossil gas pipeline.
Comparing organisational cultures of Code Rood/Rouge NL and BE - Ike
We will compare the different decision making models organisational cultures of Code Rood (NL) and Code Rood/Rouge (BE) and will explore the pro's and con's of both models. What is the role of NGO's in a radicalising climate movement; Where to find resources to scale up our impact in a sustainable way? How can be we best protect ourselves as climate?
Dragtivist Workshop with the House of Extinction - Fabric, Mannish Pixel, Kaotica
Drag monsters already reign the scene & bring the capitalist monsters to the light (looking at you Fracking Queen). To fuel this potential and spread like a sustainably-produced olive oil stain, world's first explicitly climate activist drag house will host a safe learning space for queer people and allies to come together, find their freedom in this art form and provoke the capitalist cistem in drag. Bring everything you'd like to experiment with! (double length time-slot).
AH not to GO – A short story on supermarkets and why they are evil - Michel Louise
Albert Heijn Not To Go tells a story that really happened to somebody. From the automation in supermarkets, to the cheese industry, from the bread industry to the justice system, it traces a line between a kaasbroodje and a person, uncovering everything that's wrong in between.
Linkse Politiek in 2022: dat gaan we doen! - Anja Meulenbelt, Arno van der Veen, Alejandra Slutzky, Linkse Liefde, Jazie Veldhuyzen, Fatima Faid
Linkse Liefde is een maandelijks politiek-cultureel café in Ru Paré. Deze keer praten we over linkse politiek in 2022 - in de gemeenteraad en op straat - met Jazie Veldhuyzen (Bij1 Amsterdam), Arno van der Veen (Socialisten 010 Rotterdam) en Fatima Faid (Haagse Stadspartij Den Haag). Gespreksleiding: Alejandra Slutzky.
What can anarchists learn from Extinction Rebellion? - Climate activists
Right from the very beginning XR has been met with a lot of criticism from people involved in radical politics. At the same nobody can deny XR's success in getting tens of thousands of people involved in direct action. So let's reverse the question: what can anarchists and other radicals learn from Extinction Rebellion?
Climate change, conflict and migration - Transnational Institute (TNI), Stop the War on Migrants, CODE ROOD, Stop Wapenhandel
Panel discussion about the future of the nexus climate change, energy security, migration, (armed) conflict and arms trade. Why should social movements active on these subjects work together and how can we cooperate to tackle the intertwined issues?
Fighting industrial agriculture - ASEED
Industrial Agriculture is responsible for half of all global greenhouse gas emissions and upholding colonial practices by using it's enormous lobbying power to trap farmers into cycles of debt and dependence.But knowledge is power, and understanding these systems can help us to take direct action to create food autonomy.
De dystopie die het Anthropoceen heet - Pieter Lemmens, Maria Karssenberg
Discussie tussen filosoof Pieter Lemmens (RU) en Maria Karssenberg over wat het Anthropoceen betekent en of deze definitie hulp biedt bij het begrijpen van de verschillende crisissen van deze tijd en hoe we vanuit hier aan een toekomst kunnen werken.
Reflecting on Extinction Rebellion - Clara
Extinction Rebellion (XR) has an extreme stance on actions organised under its name: non-violent mass civil disobedience to disrupt – but also cooperation with the police. Where does this insistence on this tactic come from, and where to go from here?
Feminist and intersectional takes on the climate crisis - Dominique Just, Diederick van den Ende, Fleur, Karijn van den Berg
In this interactive workshop intersectional feminist researcher Karijn van den Berg is joined by several activists, organisers and thinkers to discuss and strengthen feminist intersectional approaches to our current socio-ecological crises. We will discuss the importance of intersectional action for climate justice, connecting with other issues and movements, and how to put this into practice.
Ecocide, rights for nature, landscape restoration in Andalusië - Jurre Zwart
The South-East of Spain is under threat of climate change and over-exploitation of natural resources. This talk will focus on how local inhabitants are using landscape restoration and legal struggles to fight back.