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  • Discursive synergies towards a ‘Great Transformation`

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    • Veranstaltung: Degrowth Conference Budapest
    • Ort: Budapest
    • Datum: 2. September 2016

    Since the early 70's three approaches to development thinking have emerged to criticize and try to overcome the dominant perspectives of "economic development" and "economic growth". These include the ideas of Degrowth, Human Development and ... Mehr

  • Questioning or reconceptualising North-South cooperation?

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    • Veranstaltung: Degrowth Conference Budapest
    • Ort: Budapest
    • Datum: 2. September 2016

    Questioning or reconceptualising North-South cooperation? (Or how to support communities in choosing to avoid dead-end paths, and enter virtuous cycles instead) Mehr

  • Opening Panel: Degrowth in semi-periphery context

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    • Veranstaltung: Degrowth Conference Budapest
    • Ort: Budapest
    • Datum: 1. September 2016

    The topic of the panel debate is ‘Degrowth in semi-periphery context’, allowing us to understand the backdrop of the region in which the 5th International Conference on Degrowth takes place. Three visible panelists will be ... Mehr

  • Degrowth in movement(s)

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    • Veranstaltung: Degrowth Conference Budapest
    • Ort: Budapest
    • Datum: 1. September 2016

    Research In Action Special Session: Degrowth in movement(s): Discussing degrowth in the context of related social movements and perspectives Mehr

  • Capitalism and (de)growth

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    • Veranstaltung: Degrowth Conference Budapest
    • Ort: Budapest
    • Datum: 1. September 2016

    The discussion of the plenary "Capitalism and (de)growth" is outlining the key degrowth challenges, such as the internal contradictions of capitalism, exiting growth and comparing the transition experiences and potentials in the parts of the ... Mehr

  • What are the degrowth implications for long-distance trade?

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    • Veranstaltung: Degrowth Conference Budapest
    • Ort: Budapest
    • Datum: 1. September 2016

    What are the degrowth implications for long-distance trade? Mehr

  • Biodiversity conservation and poverty

    • Kategorien:
    • Veranstaltung: Degrowth Conference Budapest
    • Ort: Budapest
    • Datum: 1. September 2016

    Biodiversity conservation and poverty: a study of rural communities in a protected área, Bahia, Brazil Mehr

  • Conservation in conflict

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    • Veranstaltung: Degrowth Conference Budapest
    • Ort: Budapest
    • Datum: 1. September 2016

    Conservation in conflictMichael Curran speaks in this Session at the Degrowth Conference about Synergies and trade-offs between biodiversity conservation priorities and environmental justice movements.Speaker: Michael Curran Mehr

  • Alliances between Global North and Global South

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    • Veranstaltung: Degrowth Conference Budapest
    • Ort: Budapest
    • Datum: 1. September 2016

    Degrowth proposals are largely debated within and for the Global North. Despite strong dynamics and orientations towards economic growth and Western-style development in certain countries of the Global South, concepts like „buen vivir“, ‘post-growth’, swaraj ... Mehr

  • From capitalist accumulation to a solidarity economy

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    • Veranstaltung: Degrowth Conference Budapest
    • Ort: Budapest
    • Datum: 1. September 2016

    In her keynote speech, Barbara Muraca is outlining the key strategies for degrowth, specifically reflecting on the following topics, which are also the guiding topics of the third day of the conference:-Changing networks of production ... Mehr

  • Postcolonising Degrowth: Refugee Activism in Germany and the Critique of Global Inequality

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    • Veranstaltung: Degrowth Conference Budapest
    • Ort: Budapest
    • Datum: 1. September 2016

    The slogan “We are here because you destroy our countries” has been voiced by refugee activists in Germany for about twenty years. It acknowledges the connection between colonialism, neocolonialism, ‘development’, and migration. Discussions on the ... Mehr