AYTINUJINYA SAPARA: A VISION FOR THE FUTURE OF EDUCATION

On Wednesday June 16th 2021 the Sapara Nation of Ecuador, recognised by UNESCO as an Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity, will announce their vision for the development of Aytinujinya Sapara: an alternative pedagogy to prepare young Sapara leaders to tackle the ecological crisis threatening the world, to protect their ancestral territory and to support the transmission of their heritage.

Pensiero Stupendo – Intersezionale

Benvenutə su Pensiero Stupendo: una rubrica mensile su Intersezionale che parla di possibili forme di relazioni oltre la coppia, la monogamia e la famiglia nucleare. L’idea nasce dalla voglia di ripensare la sfera della vita sentimentale in maniera meno rigida e al tempo stesso più curata sia da un punto di vista interpersonale che comunitario.…

Photo by Eduardo Kohn

HOW FORESTS THINK

Forests think, concluded Eduardo Kohn, Associate Professor at McGill University, at the end of his 4-year fieldwork among the Runa people of Ecuador. Since then, Kohn made a commitment to holding open a space where forests can continue to think while confronting bureaucracies, land developers and oil companies. Tonight, he starts unravelling these claims with Andrea Colamedici, co-founder of TLON, in his first ever event for an Italian audience. The event leads up to the release of How Forests Think in Italian, published by nottetempo in July 2021.