Forum 2000: Democracy Challenged, NOW

Participate on some of the current debates concerning the Human Rights in China, Tibet, and everywhere. It takes place today and in the upcoming days simultaneously in multiple locations around Prague. Choose one and report on it on Thursday!




The Earth Guardians

Výsledek obrázku pro the earth guardians

Výsledek obrázku pro the earth guardians


Circle of Poison. Poison as a Measure of Progress

Výsledek obrázku pro circle of poison

Circle of Poison



UN Says Climate Genocide Is Coming. It’s Actually Worse Than That.

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Meanwhile in Paris…

Art met protest in the Louvre today, as six performers ritualistically spilled ‘oil’ on the gleaming marble floor. As security guards, police and gun-toting soldiers looked on menacingly, the black-clad figures removed their shoes and socks, and walked ‘oily’ footprints in circles, to symbolise the polluting influence that two oil companies wield through their sponsorship of Paris’s most iconic museum. – See more at:

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Ten performers were arrested today at the Louvre for challenging its sponsorship by oil companies Total and Eni. But they managed to smuggle a phone into their cell to get this message out.

Performance by End oil-sponsorship of the arts, BP or not BP?, G.U.L.F.Liberate Tate, Not An Alternative Occupy Museums, Platform London, Science Unstained, Shell Out Sounds, No Tar Sands, Stopp oljesponsing av norsk kulturliv, The Natural History Museum alongside other artists and activists from around the world. Film supported by and Real Media.

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Re-Imagining How To Live on Earth – The Illusion of Stability, Unifying the Arts and Sciences

An Ecology of Mind : Film on the Visual Anthropologist Gregory Bateson

An Ecology of Food

What is food? Food is: agriculture, economy, culture, and conversation, ancestral recipes, weavers of tables cloths, traditions of seasons, the perfect onion, a child’s berry stained chin… Food is poetry, medicine, friendship, time, poison, economy. Ask the question “What is food?”– and the answer is not: The stuff on my plate. The answer is that food is about relationships. These relationships are formed between generations that plant together, between man and nature, between the family members who eat together, it is in the conversation, in the heritage of the basket weaver who makes the baskets that are used to take food to neighbouring villages for market. It is in the relationship between towns economically. Seeds used in ceremony, represent long-term linkages between people, nature, cycles, and attitudes toward the future.