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Ripess Europe Members participation in the WSFTE 2020
June 23, 2020
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1. How is the Virtual WSFTE programme organised?

The basic scheme is the following: articulation between the convergence meetings that take place every day between 3:00 pm and 6:00 pm and the proposals of activities brought by the participants that can take place before, after, or at the same time as the convergence programme.

The time structure around the consensus: every day from 3pm to 6pm.

25 June: welcome ceremony

26-27 June: Meeting of Convergences

28-29 June: Setting the agenda for the FSMET

30 June: How to continue the forum’s journey

1 July: Closing

See program on forum.transformadora.org

The activities proposed by the members :

See the program of activities already registered on the platform here

For the activities that can take place before, after or in parallel with the convergence meetings anyone is free to set the date and time …

  1. Our Proposals for Activities :

Each proposal must be integrated on the Platform for that it is necessary to create a personal account, to be attached to an organization (e.g. MES). then to record the activity: for that it is necessary to choose a date and a time slot thus it is necessary to propose as soon as possible dates and schedules, to give a title, to write a small description, and especially to indicate the URL link to join the activity.

To create the video-conference spaces you can use: https://meet.transformadora.org, (https://bigbluebutton.org) or Zoom.

For multilingual conferences, it is up to the activity leader to find his solutions, the easiest way is to find people who agree to translate the debates on pads: one pad in French, one in English and one in Spanish for example, it is necessary to self-organize for the translations in the activities.

Last point: think for each activity to be extracted at the end of the activity what can be poured into the convergence pot. Finally, if you need more information about the platform write to hola@transformadora.org.

Let’s meet on one of RIPESS Europe and/or its members activites

Friday June 26 from 3pm to 9:30 pm: Space of transformative confluences

Thematic confluence  : Food sovereignty/new forms of cooperation between urban and rural territories

Language: French, Spanish
Day and time : June 26 10 am to 12h
Proponent Organization : Mouvement pour l’Économie Solidaire Occitanie
Facilitation : Bérénice Dondeyne/Cédric Dupas MES Occitanie
Link : https://zoom.us/j/9346923062

Confluence of Occitania : Transformative Economies in Occitania
Language : French/English
Day and time : June 26 – 13h – 15h
Proponent Organization : Mouvement pour l’Economie Solidaire Occitanie
Link : https://zoom.us/j/91152727010

Confluence of France : To act in favour of transformative economies in France. Towards a convergence of the transition actors towards the WSFTE
Langue : Français
Day and time : June 26 – 15h to 17h
Proponent Organization : Mouvement pour l’Economie Solidaire France
Link : https://zoom.us/j/93570096477

Confluence of Europe : Which cooperation between European networks to defend transformative economies in Europe ?
Language : French, English, Spanish
Day and time : June 26 from 17h to 19h
Proponent Organization : RIPESS Europe
Link : https://zoom.us/j/99676507692

Friday June 26 from 10 am to noon Food sovereignty: new forms of cooperation between rural and urban territories

Link : https://zoom.us/j/93469230624  

Contact (Email): cedricdupas.adepes@gmail.com

  • Actif-Cedis/Thomas Couderette), Vrac /Cathy Mazoyer-Bongess), Riposte Creative /Andrea Caro Gomez, Stephane LInou y Catherine Haribeaute CROSI (à confirmer)
  • Judith HItchmann, URGENCI,
  • l’Ajuntament de Barcelona/ Departement POlitiques sociales et souverainté alimentaire urbaine Xavier Rubio Cano,
  • Patrick PIGNARD, Vice President au Conseil Départemental de Haute-Garonne et Marie Polge-Meunier, Conseiller Régionale déléguée à l’ESS/ la Région Occitanie (à confirmer)

Language(s) : French Spanish

Proponent Organizations: Mouvement pour l’Economie Solidaire Occitanie

Friday June 26 de 13:30 è 15:30 : Cooperative federated open technologies for systemic change

Link to the online meeting : https://meet.transformadora.org/webconf/federated-open-technologies

More than ever today there is a strong need of FLOSS (Free-Libre Open Source Software) technologies, cooperative platforms and their implementation to promote transformative economy projects. Collaborative tools run by collectives (possibly in cooperative form or as cooperative platforms) and supported by the different forms of commoning and solidarity economy.

There will be short presentations of the different initiatives that have been interacting in the last months and then a discussion for a more “political” proposal to be included in the “agenda” of transformative economies that we are going to try and build as a result of this virtual forum meeting and in the next months, towards a second meeting of the WSFTE, “blended” (in Barcelona and online) in October.

Contact (Email): info@ripess.eu

Langues: Spanish, English, French

Proponent Organizations: RIPESS EU – Solidarity Economy Europe

Saturday June 27 de 12:00 à 13:30 : Build up social and solidarity economy in Central and Eastern Europe

This workshop will discuss about tranformative economies In the context of Central Eastern Europe (Czech Republic, Poland, Slovakia, Austria). A strategic collaboration of SSE actors has been set up aiming to disseminate Social Solidarity Economy (SSE) practices and activities, providing relevant knowledge, skills and competences – supported by an Erasmus+ project.

BUSSE is developing an innovative 4-module training program and is a basis for further networking and cooperation in the region.

Sunday 28 June from 2.30 to 4.30 p.m. CESTExchange of approaches and tools on SSE education for transformation

  • Claudia Alvarez de La Campaña por un Curriculum Global para la Economía Social y Solidaria ;
  • José Guadalupe Armenta Martínez from RIPESS LAC who will talk about the “characteristics of a model of transformative education (MET)”.
  • Denison Jayasooria, coordinator of the Asian Solidarity Economy Coalition- ASEC who will present the SSE Academy based on local experiences in 5 Asian countries;
  • Josette Combes from RIPESS Europe will talk about the training of trainers in the framework of an Erasmus+ project in 7 European countries.
  • Françoise Wautiez, in charge of socioeco.org, a site of documentary resources on SSE in 5 languages, will present the mapping on pedagogical tools.

Objectives

In each continent, education and training is promoted to disseminate SSE, transformative economies and their values. And in each continent this is done with a great diversity of realities and approaches. The workshop wishes:

  • to make known the way in which education and training in SSE is approached in each continent (main objectives and actions)
  • exchange visions, methodologies and tools among continental leaders to strengthen the alliance between SSE education stakeholders
  • and add new strengths and tools (within the framework of RIPESS and in relation to all those who wish to participate in this project) launch proposals to the WSFTE, focus on the challenges and see how we will continue in the future

Translation of the workshop will be provided in English, French and Spanish.

To attend the workshop, log on on June 28th at 14:30 CEST on
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/85961635676

Sunday 28 June from 17.00 : Eco-feminism and food sovereignty

(DE)CONFINED INTERVIEW #5 – KNOWLEDGE EXCHANGE WORKSHOP, MEETING

Link to the online meeting (URL)

Monday 29 June from 10.30am to 12 noon: Public measures to support the organisation of SSE: Sharing experiences from the case of France

Language : French, English
Proponent organizations : Mouvement pour l’Economie Solidaire France
Link to online activity : https://zoom.us/j/96184957135

Monday June 29 juin from 10 to 11 am: Transformative Economies Lab

Transformative Economies Lab is a collaborative investigation exploring, mapping, and articulating a practical, sustainable, equitable economy as it unfolds around the globe. The aim of the lab is to use an existing platform which provides a comprehensive picture of the projects, ideas, movements and networks offering viable alternatives to the mainstream market-bases economic system, and to present this as a compelling case for wider coordination and support by all stakeholders. Methodology and expected results:

Resulting data will be used to create infographic and graph-based visualizations for distribution under Creative Commons license. Names of individual respondents are not included in published materials, and data will not be presented as an official position of the organisation in question and will be treated according to the current privacy laws. Responses may be adapted and integrated with parallel research for consistency during analysis. Contact (Email):

Contact : cedricdupas.adepes@gmail.com

Language: French, English, Spanish

Proponent Organizations: RIPESS EU – Solidarity Economy EuropeMouvement pour l’Economie Solidaire Occitanie

Monday June 29 from 11 am to 12.30 pm: Cultural rights, Human rights, what approach to progress?

Language : French
Proponent organizations : Union Fédérale d’Intervention des Structures Culturelles / Mouvement pour l’économie solidaire France
Link : https://us02web.zoom.us/j/88075626642

More information

Monday June 29 from 4pm to 6pm : Our transformative practices: social impact, social audit, social utility, methodologies of systemic transformation?

Link to the online meeting https://zoom.us/j/99467754275

The idea is to continue an international collective work, sharing social impact practices, academic work and public policy advocacy. The objective is to place this work on a long-term basis by debating the concept of indicators and the issues of appropriation by civil society.

Ana Sánchez – La Auditoría Social de REAS RdR
Ruben Suriñach Padilla – El Balance Social de la XES
Olivia Mailfert -APES Haut de France VISES
Bérénice Dondeyne -MES Occitanie Evalumip
Gabriel Salathieu – TIESS (Quebec)
Bruno Lasnier MES France
Jason Nardi, RIPESS Europe

Languages: French, Spanish, English

Proponent Organizations: RIPESS EU – Solidarity Economy EuropeXES ( Xarxa d’Economia Solidària )REAS Red de Redes de Economía Alternativa y SolidariaMouvement pour l’Economie Solidaire OccitanieMES – Mouvement pour l’économie solidaire

Monday June 29 from 5 yo 6 pm INTERNATIONAL TRADE AND TRANSFORMATIVE ECONOMIES

Link to the online meeting : www.fairtrade-advocacy.org

The climate change and COVID-19 crises show us that conventional global value chains have negative impacts on people and planet and that excessive reliance on global value chains can be a risk. Calls are being made to switch to a local economy. Yet, what would a total localisation of trade mean in terms of global social justice? Should short supply chains be measured in terms of distance? what about Fair Trade initiatives, South-North, but also North-North or South-South? How can we ensure that the ecological transition does not come at the expense of international solidarity and equity?
TO REGISTER CLICK HERE https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_v4h3e_nGRU2b7nihoYxI1g

The on-line event will be a facilitated panel discussion with the following panelists> Vandana Shiva,Rachmi Hertanti, Yasmin Romero Epiayu (Wayuu, Colombia), Rain Morgan (South Africa), Stuart Trew (Canada), Charles Snoeck (Be), Mute Schimpf, Yorgos Altintzis

Contact : brussels@fairtrade-advocacy.org

Langues: Spanish, English

Proponent Organizations: Fair Trade Advocacy OfficeRIPESS Intercontinental

Monday June 29 from 6 to 8 pm: Migrations between Africa and Europe, economic citizenship and human rights

Languages : French English
Proponent organization : Mouvement pour l’Economie Solidaire Occitanie
Link : https://zoom.us/j/92348991305

Tuesday June 30 from 10am to 12 : Rural territories and youth: let’s shake up culture !

Link : https://us02web.zoom.us/j/81842491720

Rural territories are breeding grounds for experimentation where a multitude of initiatives are being deployed. Strengthening the capacities of these territories means betting on their living forces and in particular on the cultural challenge and on young adults, citizens of today and tomorrow! Mobility, access to public services, career paths, representations of rurality, life projections are all subjects to be questioned. Numerous artistic, cultural and associative initiatives in France and in Europe, which are still too discreet, have a variety of approaches that allow us to rethink how we live in a territory, the relationships between people, and the support of young adults’ initiatives. In a logic of cooperation, network, solidarity and mutualisation, come and share your initiatives in rural areas in Europe!
The UFISC is carrying the European project AJITeR “Encouraging the reception of young adults and their initiatives in rural areas”.

Languages: French, English

Proponent Organizations: Union Fédérale d’Intervention des Structures CulturellesMES – Mouvement pour l’économie solidaire

Tuesday June 30 from 1pm to 3 : From social business to solidarity economy by Jean-Louis Laville, Maïté Juan and Joan Subirats

Link to the online meeting : https://zoom.us/j/92554416628

Conference by Jean-Louis Laville, Maïté Juan and Joan Subirats who present their book “From social business to solidarity economy, a critique of social innovation”.
This book offers an unprecedented assessment of social business (America, Asia, Europe) which has taken off in different continents while the effects of its achievements remain difficult to identify. Moving away from the dominant discourse, it also highlights the many citizen innovations that tackle structural problems affecting people’s daily lives. In these dynamics of ordinary politicization, the inhabitants are regaining the power to act.

Contact : cedricdupas.adepes@gmail.com

Language(s): French

Proponent Organizations: MES – Mouvement pour l’économie solidaire Mouvement pour l’Economie Solidaire Occitanie RIPESS EU – Solidarity Economy Europe

Tuesday June 30 juin from 2pm to 4 : Intermapping

Language : French/English
Organisator : IN COMMON
Link: https://talk.incommon.cc/t/fsmet-intermapping/780

Wednesday July 1 from noon to 2 pm : Solidarity Economy, Economic Democracy and Degrowth

Link to the online meeting: https://meet.transformadora.org/sse-degrowth

The workshop focuses on the contribution of solidarity economy (SSE) to a degrowth perspective. What are strategies for solidarity economy as an approach to economic democracy and how can linkages between various actors be strenghtened? The workshop aims at fostering a process of
strategic reflection taking into account practical international experiences from SSE as well as COVID-19 related challenges, and asks: “What are elements of a theory of change towards a degrowth solidarity economy?”

This workshop follows a similar one that took place during the Degrowth 2020 online conference. The goal of the workshop is to collect experiences with and ideas for strategies to foster solidarity economy on the international level, especially regarding South-North relations.
These strategies should converge towards a mid-range “theory of change”

Contact :info@ripess.eu

Language(s) : Spanish, English

Proponent Organizations: RIPESS EU – Solidarity Economy Europe

Tuesday June 30 from 17 pm to 18:30 pm A ECONOMIA SOLIDÁRIA EM PORTUGAL EM TEMPOS DE COVID-19 E NO PÓS-PANDEMIA

A conversation round table on Solidarity Economy in times of Covid-19 with reports of experience from the Portuguese Solidarity Economy Network (RedPES) and the Horta Consumption Group in the City, Casa da Esquina, followed by brief comments from the CES Study Group on Solidarity Economy (ECOSOL-CES) and colleagues from initiatives/enterprises/collectives who are present. This is a conversation that intends to reflect on the place of Solidarity Economy in daily provision and its contributions to a new post-Pandemic economic imaginary.

Link:   https://www.redpes.pt/fsmet/

Contact:   lucianelucas@ces.uc.pt

Language : Portuguese

Proponent organization: RedPES

Wednesday July 1 from noon to 2 pm Solidarity Economy, Economic Democracy and Degrowth

Link to the online meeting : https://meet.transformadora.org/sse-degrowth

The workshop focuses on the contribution of solidarity economy (SSE) to a degrowth perspective.What are strategies for solidarity economy as an approach to economic democracy and how can linkages between various actors be strenghtened? The workshop aims at fostering a process of
strategic reflection taking into account practical international experiences from SSE as well as COVID-19 related challenges, and asks: “What are elements of a theory of change towards adegrowth solidarity economy?”

This workshop follows a similar one that took place during the Degrowth 2020 online conference. The goal of the workshop is to collect experiences with and ideas for strategies to foster solidarity economy on the international level, especially regarding South-North relations.
These strategies should converge towards a mid-range “theory of change”

Contact (Email): info@ripess.eu

Language(s) : Spanish, Englsih

Proponent Organizations: RIPESS EU – Solidarity Economy Europe

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