In this brief interview for All Woman TV (South Africa), Injairu Kulundu, from the T-LEARNING network, talks about decoloniality and transgressive learning, which is the focus of her PhD study on surfacing contemporary liberatory pedagogy in Africa. This video was filmed for All Woman for their YouTube channel.
Neema Pathak Broome introduces the Alternatives Framework, which can be used by alternative and resistance movements to explore how holistic their alternatives movement is – in terms of how it addresses the environmental, social, economic, political and cultural spheres – and to address any gaps that may be leading to problems such as environmental degradation […]
What is transgressive and transformative learning? How can art and creativity help to transform towards greater sustainability? T-LEARNING network member Dylan McGarry of the Environmental Learning Research Centre (ELRC) at Rhodes University, South Africa, on how transgressive and transformative learning (t-learning) can help lead to greater sustainability. This video was filmed at the Transformations 2017 […]
What is participatory mapping? How can this kind of mapping help create transformations towards greater environmental sustainability? T-LEARNING network member Million Belay of the Stockholm Resilience Centre and Alliance for Food Sovereignty in Africa (AFSA) introduces his participatory mapping work with local communities, and explains how mapping can help to facilitate transformations towards greater environmental […]
How do transformations in practice come about? And what do conflicts and cultural revitalisation have to do with transforming towards greater sustainability? In this brief video, Iokiñe Rodríguez, of the University of East Anglia, introduces her work on conflict transformations as part of the ACKNOWL-EJ network. This video was filmed at the Transformations 2017 conference […]
The global seed system is currently undergoing a very rapid transformation, but in an unsustainable direction. Seed market concentration and a decline in diversity are happening fast. In this video, Patrick van Zwanenberg of the Centro de Investigaciones para la Transformación (CENIT) and STEPS América Latina introduces the PATHWAYS network’s work to explore ways of […]
What are transformations labs (‘T-labs’), and how can they contribute to environmental sustainability? ISSC World Social Science Fellow Laura Pereira of the Stellenbosch Centre for Complex Systems in Transition, South Africa, introduces the concept of t-labs, and how they bring together social and ecological concerns. T-labs are being used in the PATHWAYS network to explore […]
In this video, Pravin K. Kushwaha of Jawaharlal Nehru University introduces the research being carried out under the PATHWAYS network to build an integrated system of water management, drawing on a citizen science approach, in Gurgaon, India. This video was filmed at the Transformations 2017 conference in Dundee, Scotland.
In this video, Yang Lichao of Beijing Normal University introduces the PATHWAYS network’s work in China to convene different stakeholders around the social implications for workers laid off because of actions to reduce environmental pollution. This video was filmed at the Transformations 2017 conference in Dundee, Scotland.
Early-career researcher Thomas Macintyre introduces his ongoing PhD in the field of education and sustainability and work with the T-LEARNING network on exploring new forms of radical learning-based change towards greater sustainability. Thomas’s research focuses on community based learning and other grassroots sustainability initiatives in Colombia, in the context of climate change. This video was filmed […]