Programmee & Information Booklet (PDF)

Day I – Wednesday: LOCALISM

is the core of political engagement in the well-being of our immediate environment. We understand the needs and threats of our local community and the surrounding nature very well. We operate as members of a particular community in a certain geographical region. We speak in our own name, respecting and understanding the needs of members of other communities residing in close or remote regions. We do not support any kind of actions or investments destroying our localism or anyone else’s.

Local community representatives will greet us as hosts of Camp Day I. They will personally tell us about the threats and needs of the region, where the event is being organised.

Day II – Thursday: WORK

is not a commodity that miners, farmers or employees of the tourism industry must compete for. It is an action, that we shape, and it should give us satisfaction. 

During the second day of the Camp various professional groups from several regions will present how daily work could build a good future of a region, community and the world. We will also discuss following questions: Does climate change require from us a redefinition of work? Can we have more time for other things like care work or activism? Why do we need a fair redistribution of income and wealth? How to change the current model of production and consumption which is destroying us and the planet?

Day III – Friday: SOLIDARITY

understood as mutual help, cooperation of individuals or between groups for the common good. As an act of solidarity, we overcome differences and focus on solutions.

On this day we will learn about unusual alliances that were formed to protect communities and the environment in various parts of the country, as well as abroad. Let’s think about what kind of alliances can be created for the environment and social justice, and what is necessary to make it happen. During that day there will be a protest combined with a solidarity demonstration against the destruction of the region.

Day IV – Saturday: SELF-ORGANISATION

the foundation of each and every fight of independent communities for empowerment. Self-organisation is a group practice, that respects the needs of an individual and is built on their basis. The most important aspect of self-organisation is co-creation of tools that solve particular problems of a community.

On this day lectures, workshops and trainings will take place. They will concern cooperativism, efficient group discussions, social panels functioning in Polish cities, group decision making processes – more inclusive than regular voting, solving conflicts within a group, and executing direct actions without violence.

Day V – Sunday: ALTERNATIVES

visions and opportunities worth working for, self organising and creating new alliances. Opposition to injustice, exploitation and destabilisation evokes the seek real alternatives to malfunctioning systems. The future of a devastated region should not remain as its past – further devastation.

On this day we will cover alternative scenarios, economic models and energy sources for the region. We will discuss structural changes which are necessary to initiate social change.

Day I – Wednesday: LOCALISM

 

is the core of political engagement in the well-being of our immediate environment. We understand the needs and threats of our local community and the surrounding nature very well. We operate as members of a particular community in a certain geographical region. We speak in our own name, respecting and understanding the needs of members of other communities residing in close or remote regions. We do not support any kind of actions or investments destroying our localism or anyone else’s.

Local community representatives will greet us as hosts of Camp Day I. They will personally tell us about the threats and needs of the region, where the event is being organised.

 

Day II – Thursday: WORK

 

is not a commodity that miners, farmers or employees of the tourism industry must compete for. It is an action, that we shape, and it should give us satisfaction. 

During the second day of the Camp various professional groups from several regions will present how daily work could build a prosperous future of a region, community and the world.

 

Day III – Friday: SOLIDARITY

 

understood as mutual help, cooperation of individuals or between groups for the common good. As an act of solidarity, we overcome differences and focus on solutions.

On this day we will learn about unusual alliances that were formed to protect communities and the environment in various parts of the country, as well as abroad. Let’s think about what kind of alliances can be created for the environment and social justice, and what is necessary to make it happen. During that day there will be a protest combined with a solidarity demonstration against the destruction of the region.

 

Day IV – Saturday: SELF-ORGANISATION

 

the foundation of each and every fight of independent communities for empowerment. Self-organisation is a group practice, that respects the needs of an individual and is built on their basis. The most important aspect of self-organisation is co-creation of tools that solve particular problems of a community.

On this day lectures, workshops and trainings will take place. They will concern cooperativism, efficient group discussions, social panels functioning in Polish cities, group decision making processes – more inclusive than regular voting, solving conflicts within a group, and executing direct actions without violence.

 

Day V – Sunday: ALTERNATIVES

 

visions and opportunities worth working for, self organising and creating new alliances. Opposition to injustice, exploitation and destabilisation evokes the seek real alternatives to malfunctioning systems. The future of a devastated region should not remain as its past – further devastation.

On this day we will cover alternative scenarios, economic models and energy sources for the region. We will discuss structural changes which are necessary to initiate social change.

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