Campaign that seeks to address the problematic derived from the current economic and commercial policy that is developed from the construction of Free Trade Agreements (TLC). Violations of labor rights, the crushing of small-scale trade, the destruction of ecosystems, the transfer of sovereignty to businesses, the widening of the social divide or the commercialization of private data are just some of the issues referred to in the TTIP, CETA, TISA …
Conferences made up by different lectures with specific subjects that seek to map the causes and consequences of the communication system in today’s society; to know projects and communicative initiatives that generate alternatives when building societies; to learn how people can use communication tools to rebuild the world; to know how to handle infoxication and informative silence; to understand the real power of the media; as well as knowing diversity in the type of communicative activism.
Workshops that intend to reflect on the spaces of possible convergence between the world of the performing arts and that of social activism; Analyze the weaknesses and strengths of social action and cultural action; Create a dynamic space where different ways of interaction in social environments are shown; Caring about the performing arts as a tool for social change, and activism as a mechanism for cultural change; Discuss the processes of social and cultural construction.
Campaign that aims to denounce and act against the processes of destruction of the planet while raising awareness about the loss that the destruction of the environment entails. Through this campaign we seek to find ways and alternatives that ensure a fair and responsible use of resources and do not destroy the environment. In addition ECOAR))) seeks to create a stable global structure from which to face the current capitalist system and focus on the major issues related to global … Read more
Conferences that will focus on the analysis and dissemination of the harmful consequences of the Free Trade Agreements (TTIP, TISA, CETA …) on people and biodiversity. They aim to bring citizenship, through diverse perspectives and a critical and plural approach, to what the approval of the free trade agreements will entail.