Overview Program of 5th Right Livelihood Summer School and International Forum

7 – 22 July 2019, Thailand

 Module 1 Chulalongkorn University (7 – 9   July)

  • Critical academic analysis and new impulses for civil society transformation
  • Neoliberalism and the politics of climate change
  • Exploring the landscape of development in the 21st century –rights, equality, food, wellbeing movement etc. and post development agenda
  • Lecture on Participatory Action Research (PAR)

 Module 2 Wongsanit Ashram, Nakorn Nayok (10 – 12 July)

  • Self-reflection and creative interaction
  • “Design” of individual or group future project
  • “Participatory action research” preparation
  • Theatre improvisation

Module 3 Maetha Community, Chiang Mai and Klong Yong, Nakorn Pathom  

(13 – 17 July)

  • Learning from the future plans of a community
  • Engagement with a farmers’ group
  • Alignment with your own project plan
  • Organic agriculture
  • Local seeds production and exchanges
  • Sustainable forestry and regenerative agriculture
  • Local organic seeds conservation
  • Independent mind and community resilience
  • Excursion to Dr. Prapart Pintobtaeng’s rice farm in Nakorn Prathom

Module 4 Chulalongkorn University (18/19 – 21 July): Earth Trusteeship Platform

Mahachulalongkorn Building Room 105

  • Preparing for future project presentations
  • Exhibition and presentations
  • Right Livelihood Public Lecture
  • Earth Trusteeship Forum
  • Platform building and action plan
  • Cultural exchanges and self-expression

*** You can now register for the Earth Trusteeship Forum independently of CURLS program via this link: https://wellbeingsummer.com/2019/04/12/register-for-the-earth-trusteeship-forum/

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