| 6.-8. October 2017 | Leipzig

| A conference with up to 300 people coming from different activist contexts – freedom of movement, anti-racisms, agriculture, degrowth, climate justice

| With talks, workshops, theatre, concerts, networking possibilities and several formats for exchange

| Our programme in three languages (GE|EN|FR)




What is the connection between the debate around a just design of migration and the one around an ecologically and socially just economy?

What are the connections between alternative concepts such as „Degrowth“ or „Post-Development“ and a postcolonial perspective on causes of flight?

This conference wants to focus on the links between flight, migration, self-determined development and ecological crises. We want to connect these seemingly independent topics within a broader context in order to build bridges between the different political struggles and movements.




Read which questions we will discuss >>



Panels, Workshops, Theatres, Music and Open Space >>

This is not your typical conference. To connect with the topics not only on a theoretical level there are different formats and performance like theatre, workshops, panel debates, an open space, music and movies. Additionally, there will be enough free space for discussion, networking and sharing experiences and ideas. >> Programme

| A conference open to all

To guarantee everyone the possibility to participate in the conference, we will help to cover transportation costs for those participants in need of financial support. We also do organize accommodation for free for those in need. >> Registration

Our Awareness Concept

to be aware = to inform oneself, to be aware and sensible about certain problems and issues

Some of you may already be familiar with Awareness, others may read it for the first time. We believe it is important for us all to think about it because we want to create a conference with you, at which no one should feel uncomfortable. Awareness is not just the task of the Awareness-Team but of all participants.


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