The theme is about imaging and creating common sustainable futures by looking at our wounds and instigating ways or methods of healing. It’s about searching for emancipatory practices through remembering the ancestral, the spiritual, the imaginative and becoming.
It’s about our histories of migration, our everyday lived experience and how we have to rethink our concepts of space and the distribution of resources.
The Amazonia was burning in Brazil last week, this is a signal of the kinds of systemic challenges we facing and fighting – it is nature against capitalism and consumerist culture.
As a realist-optimist, I always have to be critical about where we truly stand as individuals and collective and, I think, we are fighting in our capacities and that gives me hope about human attitude that can influence the condition.
But we can’t be ignorant about the policies, legislation, rules and regulations that are at play and thus for fundamental change in attitudes and conditions to occur, these need to be changed.