CURLS aims to inspire towards creative leadership for social, inner and global transformation. CURLS 2018 July 21st – August 4th with public lectures Saturday July 21st and Thursday August 2nd, 2018. The Chulalongkorn University Right Livelihood Summer School (CURLS) is hosted by Sulak Sivaraksa, Right Livelihood Award (the “Alternative Nobel Prize”) laureate 1995; with public … Continue reading WHAT IS GOING TO BE ON CURLS 2018?? I
We are delighted to invite 24 participants around the globe to take a journey with us towards social, inner, and global transformation under the theme ‘Healing the Earth, Healing Society, Healing Self.” 🌼 There are many ways to change the existing conditions that we are living in. Join us to learn more about the art … Continue reading CURLS Summer School 2018 is now OPEN for REGISTRATION!
The 2017 CURLS group was filled with a dynamic mix of young adults who came from all over the world united in a common school of thought: Right Livelihood. Many strong relationships and networks were formed between people with diverse cultures and educational backgrounds, and these relationships are part of the reason why CURLS 2017 … Continue reading CURLS 2017 programme overview video
The Asian Journey- From Empire to Earth Pilgrim Empire The crowded cacophony of Bangkok Mean and miserable faces Seem strange and unforgiving Hurrying towards the next chemical cake or caffeine fix The traffic is suffocating The noise overwhelming I disappear in the Seven Eleven glare Manufactured food and manufactured lives The smell … Continue reading The Asian Journey- From Empire to Earth Pilgrim by Francis Rothery
When I first saw the advertisement about the summer school programme on Right Livelihoods I was drawn into the caption, ‘People Planet Partnership’. After series of emails on my interest for this programme, I was granted a partial scholarship from the organisers at Chulalongkorn University in Thailand, Royal University of Bhutan and.....I was elated to … Continue reading CURLS 2017 Journey Memo
'Everybody has equal responsibility to the commons and shares a direct responsibility to transfer its wealth to future generations. The commons radically oppose both the State and private property as shaped by market forces, and are powerful sources of emancipation and social justice.’ -Ugo Mattei , First Thoughts for a Phenomenology of the Commons. … Continue reading Testimony Chula Right Livelihood Summer School 2016: Solidarity for the Mother Earth, Solidarity for all.
CURLS 2017 DRAFTED SCHEDULE is available for download HERE