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Editorial Who organizes the summer school? 4 How is it going? 6 Opening / Closing 7 On campus day by day 8 Focus on independent media 49 Outside walls Day 50 Outside the walls Evening 53 Agenda 56 Notes 58 Downtown map 59 Practical information 62 Campus map 63

There is no doubt that this is the crushing failure of a system based on finance and the commodification of humanity, life and the planet. The regressive policies pursued by many governments are aggravating the living conditions of the peoples in favor of an increasingly rich minority. Yet, we are numerous and numerous to act in the face of rising inequalities and poverty, climate change, the regression of democracy in France, in Europe and in the world. The associative, social and citizen movement, in all its components, from local to international, plays a major role in countering the rise of a deleterious climate on all levels. We have a great responsibility to sensitize citizens and convince them to mobilize, to commit, to act more and more. It is necessary to show that it is possible from now on, starting from initiatives and experiments at different scales of our territories, to build the alternatives to the dominant model and this in the interest of the greatest number. But for the impact of all our various actions to be stronger, we need to come together, to support one another. It is for this purpose that more than 300 organizations of social transformation and solidarity, associations, unions, independent media, collectives, networks, decided to organize together a Solidarity Summer University and rebellious social movements and citizens. This university, the first of its kind, has three main objectives: to train activists and new audiences, to promote the convergence of movements, and to give back, to share alternatives, to do together. More than 1500 people are expected from 22 to 26 August to participate in a hundred or so different activities presented in the program: common highlights, plenaries and forums, organized by the steering committee. workshops, seminars, training modules, proposed and organized by all the organizations /// meetings of networks and collective spaces planned on specific times. The activities "outside the walls" and the cultural, festive and convivial times, will be the occasion for the participants to cross testimonys of active resistance to arbitrariness and fatalism, which make the history and the actuality of the city of Grenoble, in the magnificent setting of the three alpine massifs that shape the Y shape of the agglomeration So many activities that will allow us to address the major issues of the moment, whether migrations, struggles emancipation, the defense of public services, housing, education for international solidarity or the fight against global warming! The answers that we carry or will carry together must be at the height of these stakes, and by participating in this summer school we count on you to contribute! The editorial steering committee 3

 

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who organizes the Solidarity Summer University and rebels social movements and citizens? Find the description of each organization on the website of the Summer University www.ue2018.org

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National Steering Committee 350.org /// ActionAid-Peuples Solidaires /// Citizen Archipelago: Let's dare happy days! /// Attac France /// Collective of civic associations /// CRID /// Right to housing /// Dialogues in humanity /// Emmaüs France /// Copernic Foundation /// France Latin America /// Unitary trade union federation /// Initiative for another world /// The little hustlers /// Human Rights League /// Ritimo /// UGICT-CGT /// Union syndicale Solidaires Local Steering Committee AFPS Isère /// PEC Isère /// Peasant Friends Isère /// Friends of the Earth Isère /// Alternatiba Grenoble /// Antigone /// Artisans of the world Crolles / Grésivaudan /// Attac Isère /// Attac Savoie /// BatucaVI /// BDS Grenoble /// CADTM / G /// Inter-peoples information center /// CGT Isère /// Collective for free public transport in the Grenoble conurbation /// Collectif Semaine de la solidarité international grenoble /// Group Week of international solidarity grésivaudan /// Right to housing 38 /// Franca / RJSI /// France Latin America 38 /// Frapna Isère /// Unitary Federation of Trade Unions 38 /// Greenpeace Grenoble /// Skilled - Free and Secure Isère Habitats /// Citizen Engineers Grenoble /// LDH Grenoble Métropole /// Grenoble & St Peace Movement -Martin-d'Hères /// National Movement of the Unemployed and Precarious /// Nuestra America /// Dare to Feminism 38 /// Landscapes of France /// Family Planning 38 /// ReAct Grenoble /// Solidaires 38 They or they co-organize Acipa /// Acrimed /// ADDEAR /// AdeROC /// ACDA /// Take action against Unemployment! /// AFPS /// AGTER /// AITEC /// Al Humosphère /// Citizens Alliance /// PEC Alliance Isère /// Alternatiba-ANV / Cop21 /// Alternatives Canada /// Ambazada /// Friends of 'Accueil paysan /// Friends of the Earth /// Amnesty 38 /// Anticor /// APSO /// ARDEAR AURA /// Nuclear weapons stop /// European Citizens Assembly /// Virtual Assembly /// Assemblies Commons of Grenoble, Lille, Lyon, Saint Etienne /// Association Afrik Impact /// Association of Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War /// Association of Maghreb Workers in France /// Residents Association 10-20 Arlequin // / Athena 21 /// Attac Germany /// Attac Spain /// AURDIP /// Around May 1st /// BAsic /// BDS France /// Nice Democracy /// BLMC /// CADTM Belgium /// CADTM France /// Capacitation citizenship /// CAPACITIES /// CARMEN /// CCFD-Terre solidaire /// Cecil /// CEDETIM /// CGT /// Paths of metamorphosis /// Paths making /// CICP /// CIMADE /// CIRAD /// CISEM /// Cl iMates /// European Coalition for Action for the Right to Housing and the City /// Collective "With the Syrian Revolution" 4 /// Collective "Engineer for Tomorrow" /// Collective "For a Free and Democratic Syria" /// Collective of solidarity with the Catalan people /// Departmental Collective Post Isere /// Collective of the inhabitants rue Jay /// Collective "Ethics on the label" /// Collective Guatemala /// Collective "The Terrestrial" / // Collective NANOUB /// Collective "Not without us" /// Collective for a citizen transition /// Collective "Free Transports Grenoble" /// Citizen Committee of the Pine /// Fair Trade France /// Commons Alliance Greece / // CommonsPolis /// NAJE Company /// Confederation of Peasants /// National Convergence of Local Collectives for the Defense and Promotion of Public Services /// CoopaWatt /// Social Ecology Cooperative /// Climate and Social Justice Coordination Switzerland // / Île de France Water Coordination /// Copaf /// Corporate europe observatory /// CRIIGEN /// CSIA NITASSINAN /// Culture and freedom /// Popular education standing /// Diffraction /// e-seed /// Common water Auvergne-Rhône -Alps /// Exchanges and Partnerships /// School of Peace /// Economists Afflicted /// Educasol /// El cantière /// End ecocide on Earth /// Enercoop /// Students and Development /// Federation Craftsmen of the World /// FTCR /// FNAB /// Festival of Solidarity /// Finance Watch /// Finansol /// Focus on the Global South /// Foundation for Nature and Man /// Rosa Foundation Luxembourg /// Solon Foundation /// FORIM /// Forum renageois /// France public water /// France liberties /// FRAPNA /// Brothers of Men /// Global Chance /// GRAB /// Grdr migration-citizenship-development /// Greenpeace /// Gull local Grenoble /// Halem /// ICAN France /// IDD /// Engineers Without Borders /// Initiative for a democratic confederalism /// Institute for research on the governance /// Momentum Institute /// Intercoll /// Internet Without Borders /// Labsus Italy /// The Common Choice /// House of the World's Citizens 44 /// House of Solidarity /// Max Havelaar France // / MFRB /// Modus Operandi /// Peace Movement /// Movement of young Kanaks of France /// Solidarity Economy Movement /// Soil Movement /// Utopia Movement /// Nature and progress // / No Vox /// Nothing2hide /// Our business at all /// Armaments Observatory /// Multinational Observatory /// OLN /// OpenStreet Map /// OXFAM /// Whistleblowers /// resourceful /// Platform of French NGOs for Palestine /// Platformclassifiedemployment /// Global Platform for the Right to the City /// Quadrature du net /// Neighborhoods of the world /// ReACT /// Remix the commons / // Climate Action Network-France /// Citizen Network /// AMAP Network /// Environmental Health Network /// Mycelium Network Belgium /// Network Out of Colonialism /// review Red books /// review Dialogue (GFEN) /// Revue Mouvements /// review The other school /// review Regards croisés /// review Silence! /// RIPESS Europe /// Ritimo /// Citizen Science /// Catholic Relief /// Sherpa /// Solidarity secular /// Getting out of nuclear power 38 /// Starting Block /// Stop Precariousness /// South- PTT /// Survival /// Basque Union ELA /// Judicial Union /// Terrafrik alternatives /// Terre des Hommes France /// All Guinea Pigs /// Transnational Institute /// Transparency International France /// UFISC /// UJFP /// Union Syndicale Solidaires /// VoxPublic /// Weed Media Partners

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The Summer University benefits from funding provided by 5 This Summer School has 3 objectives: TRAIN participants on issues of substance, but also on non-violent action, popular education, participatory democracy, etc .; PROMOTE the convergences and coalitions of social movements and citizens through the sharing of experience, information, know-how, common agenda and the co-construction of projects and actions; LIVING alternatives, motivating and doing together in moments of reflection, action, conviviality and festivities!

In total, these are:> 33 MODULES of one day each, from 9:30 to 16:30 Thursday, Friday and Saturday, to learn and train intensely> 73 WORKSHOPS of 2:15 in the morning, afternoon or afternoon, Thursday Sunday morning, to vary themes according to mood and interests> 11 FORUMS from 17h to 19h to debate around the major issues of current events! All framed by an opening session on Wednesday from 17h to 19h and a closing session on Sunday from 14h to 15h. How is it going at Summer University?

Moreover, discover gesticulated conferences, games of sensitization, militant walks, projections ... A whole program to be found in militant, cultural and festive activities on campus and off campus. Some will be the opportunity to discover Grenoble, its territory and its actors and actresses engaged.es An associative village will allow you to (re) discover the work carried out by dozens of organizations daily, and to discuss with their members. You will perceive the Summer University with another eye and another ear with TV and radio trays that will broadcast images and sounds to not miss anything of the event! We also expect the special day "independent media" of Friday 24 ... Finally, we will feast gaily, and rather than twice: Friday, we will celebrate the Grenoble stage of the Alternatiba Tour at Parc Paul Mistral, and Saturday we will close in music, at the Jardin de Ville, this great collective adventure! You will find all the details of the activities offered at the summer school, as well as additional information concerning the speakers, co-organizers, bibliographies and / or sitographies ... on the site www.ue2018. org 6

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Wednesday, August 22

Opening Session 17H> 19H • AMPHI WEIL Between local anchoring and global strategies, this session will bring speakers from the local to the international. They will analyze their respective cultural, political, and activist contexts to provide insights and take a step back on the issues we face as social movements. Together, in complementarity, they will attempt to answer the following question: what are the stakes for social movements and civic organizations today? What to do, and how to do it together? What to grist to begin these five days of debate, training and action ... Intervenant.es: Éric Piolle (Mayor of Grenoble), representative of local social movements, Massa Kone (No Vox Africa, Mali ), Florencia Partenio (DAWN, Argentina), Victor Vozian (European Coalition for the Right to Housing and the City, Romania), Aurélie Trouvé (Attac), Emmanuel Poilane (CRID); Animation by Ivan Du Roy (Bastamag).

Sunday, August 26

Closing session 14H> 15H • AMPHI 1 This session will take stock of the five days spent together ... in pictures and testimonials! It will be an opportunity to leave strong.es a calendar full of fall appointments of the return. The solidarity and rebellious summer university of social movements and citizens is also its commitment: to anchor itself in an ecosystem of social, political and economic transformation, and to make the link with past and future mobilizations, for that this highlight of the militant agenda is not static but dynamic ... in our image! Speakers: Susan George (President of the Transnational Institute - TNI), Usul (You-tubeur and columnist Médiapart), Nicolas Haeringer (campaign manager at 350 International), and Sacnicte Caballero (France Latin America 38) will share their stories impressions, analyzes and diaries; interventions punctuated with videos and animations that will not fail to surprise you ...

During these plenaries, engaged artists will intervene in their own way! We will be entitled to the point of view of the Clown of Manicomi Theater, and that of the Minister of Happiness, Contemplation and Exploration of the Little Worlds ...

7 contributions of theoretical knowledge exchanges of know-how and experiences training for action convergence and construction of common initiatives

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Thursday, August 23 MODULES 9:30 am to 4:30 pm

What finance do we want? Amphi 3

As it currently operates, finance is disconnected from the basic needs of society. What should citizens do to make this change? This seminar seeks to provide information and to open the debate on this essential issue. It includes three sessions: session 1 analyzes why the big banks became toxic and the necessary reforms did not take place; session 2 shows that there are alternatives to traditional, land-based banks that already operate in France and beyond our borders; Session 3 is devoted to citizen and solidarity finance, which is an alternative and a field of experimentation essential to the success of the ecological and social transition. Speakers: Bernard Horenbeek (La Nef), Guillaume Viandier (Finansol), Dominique Plihon (Attac), Eric Toussaint (CADTM) Organized by: Attac, La Nef, Finansol, CADTM, CGT banks, Secours Catholique

Together, defend human rights and the environment against the power of multinationals! Amphi 1

Around the world, there is a surge of citizenry against the impunity enjoyed by multinationals in terms of human and environmental rights violations. Under the pressure of its civil society, France is particularly pioneering on the subject with its law on the duty of vigilance of March 27, 2017. A year later, it is time for a first assessment: what opportunities open to citizens? What limits? This law, however, does not stop the constant offensives of some multinationals against the right to inform and denounce: criminalization, gag orders, directive and law on the secrecy of the businesses ... They also deploy an intense lobbying against any attempt of regulation of their activities, whether in terms of environmental or social standards. At the international level, the intense lobbying of the latter also hinders a historic initiative. Indeed, social movements, civil society and some states are more than ever united to obtain a binding treaty currently being negotiated at the UN, which would force multinationals to respect human rights.What are the challenges, issues and perspectives for this treaty? This seminar will therefore analyze these issues as well as the avenues to explore to mobilize, even more, civil society and public opinion. Intervenant.es: Global campaign to claim the sovereignty of peoples, dismantle the power of multinationals and put an end to impunity, CCFD-Terre Solidaire, CGT, Ethics Collective on etiquette, France Latin America, Transnational Institute Organized by: Action Aid France - Solidarity Peoples, Friends of the Earth France, Attac France,

How to win the battle for tax justice? Amphi 4

While the scandals of tax evasion multiply (LuxLeaks, Panama Papers, Paradise Papers ...), the public authorities continue to take measures that are very far from being up to the stakes. How to end for good Thursday 23 8 the tax evasion of multinationals and ultra-rich? What are the demands of civil society to achieve true tax justice? How is the work of journalists, whistleblowers and activists essential to put pressure on both the beneficiaries of tax evasion and the public authorities? In what way have the mobilizations of civil society made it possible to move the lines? Speakers: Laurence Blisson (Judicial Union), Anne Guyot-Welke (Public Finance Solidarity), Pauline Leclere (Oxfam France), Dominique Plihon and Raphael Pradeau (Attac France), Lison Rehbinder (CCFD-Terre Solidaire), Laure Rousseau (Sherpa) Organized by: ATTAC, OXFAM, Solidaires Finances Public, Union of the judiciary

What spaces of political engagement for youth in social movements today? Room D103

Actors and actresses of the international solidarity and the social movements, permanent.es of associations, activists, young engaged.es or in search of engagement, movements, we invite you to a seminar which questions the new forms of engagement in social movements and international solidarity, and the generational renewal of our organizations. How is an engagement path built? With regard to what political project? At which scales? From theoretical analyzes and experience sharing, we will seek to identify together what today is / should be the driving force for the commitment to a social transformation. Three stages will be proposed: the first step will be to define from our experiences what we mean by commitment, by political project and by international solidarity; a second time that will question our methods and our approaches (narrative experiences of engagement in different contexts); Finally, in the light of what has been discussed, we will think about the spaces to be strengthened for the construction of a common project, the alliances to be imagined in specific contexts of engagement, the spaces to be built in the face of institutional discourses. Speakers: Gustave Massiah, Céline Meresse, Lorna McCallum, Annick Coupé, Geneviève Azam, Sébastien Bailleul and representatives of other organizations Organized by: Exchanges and Partnership, Attac France, Attac Spain, El Cantière, IPAM, CICP, Ambazada

Retreats: Understanding the systemic reform that is coming to be ready to mobilize Room B 103

After brutally reforming the labor code, unemployment insurance, vocational training and apprenticeship, the government will undertake a radical reform of the pension system, considered complex and inequitable. It is a matter of setting up a single regime where "a euro contribution will give the same rights regardless of when it was paid, regardless of the status of the contributor." In this system, entitlements are recorded in points on a notional (virtual) account opened for each contributor and transformed into a real pension at the time of retirement using a conversion coefficient calculated from the retirement age and the average life expectancy of each generation when they retire. It will show that contrary to what the government claims, this system leads to less solidarity, less justice and less efficiency. We will discuss: proposals of the trade unions for a system that ensures real solidarities, degradation related to the reforms of the last 20 years, stakes of a new system by points Thursday 23 9 contributions of theoretical knowledge exchanges of know-how and training experiences to act convergence and construction of joint initiatives or notional accounts as envisaged by the current government. The pay-as-you-go pension that ensures intergenerational solidarity is the fruit of struggles, their degradation and the new threats to the system require a broad mobilization. Speakers: 1. The fundamentals R.Perrot, E.Staëlen, 2. Financing J.-M. Harribey, D. Rallet, 3. The Macron G.Oberrieder project Organized by: Copernic Foundation, Attac, Economists dismayed

The Commons: Share, Contribute and Organize Amphi 5

From the initiatives of the commons in Grenoble and in Europe: recovery of vacant spaces, local currency in Grenoble, Charters of Commons, shared gardens, remunicipalization of water, development of the public space, regulations for the protection of the commons, Partnership Public Communs, the module puts us to work to move through workshops to: learn the commons in Grenoble and contribute to it; design the governance of urban commons: charters of commons, platform, cartographies and self-management, what lessons do we learn from experience in Europe ?; organize the movement of the commons: assemblies and factories, ZAD, networks, tools and platform, what strategies for the commons to fully contribute to the transition? Intervenant.es: Militant.es Commons of Grenoble: David Bodinier (Popular Urban Planning Workshop, association bearing the local currency and architect of the remunicipalization of water in Grenoble), Ruby van der Wekken (Assembly of Commons -Finland ), Giuseppe Micciarelli (Asilo Filangieri - Italy), Isabel Carlisle (Community Chartering - UK), Frédéric Sultan, Sylvia Fredriksson, Yves Otis (Remix the commons), Maïa Dereva (Common Point), Julien Lecaille (Lille Assembly of Commons), Yannick Duthe, Simon Louvet, Olivier Consolo (Utopia), Anne Sophie Olmos (Deputy Mayor of Grenoble, committed to the Assembly of Commons) Organized by: Remix the commons, Assembly of Commons of Grenoble, Lille, Lyon, and Saint Etienne , Commons Alliance (Greece), Labsus (Italy) A Carto Meetup extends the module outside the walls: find us at 6pm at the Trankilou bar (p.51)!

Migrations: causes and effects to citizen mobilizations Amphi 2

The morning will be devoted to analyzing the causes of migration in the context of a neo-colonial economic and financial globalization: armed conflicts, political and cultural repression, climate change, economic precariousness, indebtedness, North-South inequalities. South: questions about continuities and ruptures in current and future migrations, and reflections on alternative policies, beyond national borders. The afternoon will be devoted to an exchange of experiences on citizen mobilizations in the face of the policy of non-reception of the government notably in Briançon, the Roya, Calais and other places. What reception conditions for exiles and exiles? What access of migrant workers to work? What to face the repression of the citizens volunteers ("crime of solidarity")? What initiatives against repressions, evacuations and evictions? Organized by: Attac, CADTM, CRID, ADEROC, La Roya citizen, All migrants, UJFP, Attac 06, Solidaires Thursday 23 10

Crisis of progressivism, popular resistance and turning right in Latin America Amphi 6

While the crisis of the Bolivarian Revolution in Venezuela is deepening and there is an ebb of "progressive" governments, the return of the rights and conservative forces is consolidating in Latin America. electoral (Argentina, Chile), but also through institutional coups (as in Brazil), supported by the oligarchies in place, and with the support of the United States. What lessons can be learned from the end of the progressive cycle for the anti-globalization movement? Where are the popular, indigenous and feminist movements in building post-capitalist alternatives in the region? The situation in Mexico and Colombia also remains extremely serious, in the context of a social war that does not speak its name. This module will aim to establish a collective reflection on ways to express our internationalist solidarity with the resistance in the region. He will combine round tables, including with our Latin American guests, small group and plenary debates, and screening discussion around a Latin American militant documentary film. Speaker: Florencia Partenio (Feminist Coalition of Argentina and Southern Feminists Network), Emilio Taddei (Argentinian sociologist), Franck Gaudichaud (France Latin America - FAL), Laurianne Bouvet (FAL), Christophe Aguiton (Attac), Gérard Fenoy (FAL) Organized by: Attac, France Latin America, Argentine Women's Coalition and Southern Feminist Network

Accompany, defend and support whistleblowers and Room B alert 104

Session 1. "World coffee": intro then 30min sessions on legal support, media, financial, human, the economic model of the House whistleblowers, tools for the whistleblower, the different types of alerts (scientific, health, environmental, economic, fiscal, etc.) / Session 2. "Serious game" on whistleblowers: how to set up with simple tools and in a short time a relatively secure and anonymous / Session 3. Discussion in the stick mode of speech on "what strategy of alliance of social movements?" The participants must have a computer (not provided) Intervenant.es: Ismaël Sene (Citizen Science), Grégoire Pouget (Nothing2hide), Glen Millot (Citizen Science) Curated by: Citizen Science, Nothing2hide, Attac

Activist digital self-defense Room D 104

This module aims to raise awareness of the issues of security and the protection of militant information in the face of the possibilities of surveillance, mainly (but not exclusively) in digital practices. Presentation as well the possibilities of state and private surveillance and the various existing tools (in a legal aspect as technical) in a realistic approach and their stakes. Then, in a logic of militant organization collective thinking on the issue of threat models for different information and management processes of these threats to find the most appropriate trade-offs in terms of effectiveness for each objective. Following this, and according to the needs expressed, presentation of existing tools and practices to better secure its digital data, its navigations and its online communications: contributions of encryption, so-called free tools, etc. Organized by: La Quadrature du Net, Cecil, Ritimo, Gull local Grenoble, other Grenoble members of friendly associations (Framasoft, FDN ...) Thursday 23 11 contributions of theoretical knowledge exchange of know-how and training experiences for act convergence and construction of joint initiatives WORKSHOPS 9:30 to 11:45

Popular education in questions (1/4) Room C 101

This first workshop, co-animated by three associations, will aim to take stock of what popular education is. Beyond the techniques of popular education that we will experience from this first workshop as well as during the three practical workshops; we will be interested in the posture and goals of popular education by detouring its history. We will try to collectively develop a definition of popular education and determine its main pillars. In connection with the workshops of Friday (p.27), Saturday (p.39), Sunday (p.45)! Speaker: Philippe Merlant (Naje), Gleda Nzalankazi (Sarting Block), Nolwenn Neveu (Attac) Organized by: Attac, Starting Block, NAJE

For free emancipation Room C 103

Free is not a social measure, or charity, it is primarily a political measure. The spirit of the times transforms any public service, any good produced by our activity in market representation. Faced with this, the experience of gratuitousness denies the liberal dogma by facts, produces a space in which everyone is equal, creates situations in which the government of collective life is modified in the sense of 'emancipation. Speaker: Magali Giovannageli (former President of the Agglomeration Community of the Pays d'Aubagne and Etoile), Patrick Le Moal (Copernic Foundation), René Ollier (Solidaires Haute Normandie), a speaker from the Collective for free public transport in the Grenoble conurbation Organized by: Collective for free public transport in the Grenoble conurbation, Copernic Foundation, Solidaires haute Normandie

Explore our powers and privileges in our groups and beyond Room B 101

We want to open a space to experiment together on issues of power and privilege, in a caring and constructive way, and to think together about what we can do from where we are. We wish to address as we go along terms that are important to define these realities. We will work together to explore the concepts of power, privilege, prejudice, discrimination, oppression and intersectionality. We are aware that a two-hour workshop is a very short time to reflect on these issues, to deconstruct our privileges and to draw practical tools to fight against oppression. We propose that this time be a discovery or a deepening of these notions as well as a time of exchange on our realities and our questions. Coordinated by: Diffraction Thursday 23 12

French companies complicit in Israeli colonization! Room D 101

The colonization of Palestinian lands is the main obstacle to a just and lasting peace. Colonies are illegal under international law. They constitute a war crime. However, several French companies are directly involved in colonization: French banks with ties to Israeli banks and companies involved in colonization, companies in the public transport sector engaged in projects to strengthen colonization in East Jerusalem, distributors of products from the colonies. We will show you the current citizen campaigns to denounce them and to force them to stop their activities. In connection with the "strolling" outside the walls of Friday at 10am (p.51) and with Saturday's workshop at 2:15 pm (p.42) Speaker: Anne Tuaillon (AFP), Olivier Schulz (BDS France) Organized by: France Palestine Solidarity Association (AFPS), BDS France

Introduction to the theme of sustainable food and the game of oie'limentation! Room B 102

Objective: to exchange around notions of sustainable agriculture and food and sustainable practices on the territory, information time around the link agriculture-food-health, and put into practice with the animation of a game of the goose on the theme of food Organized by: Alliance PEC Isère - Amap Network, Friends of Home Paysan, La Frapna

Water, soil, agriculture: what if it were essential for the climate and our future? Room C 102

In France soils lose 0.8% of carbon per year. But carbon is humus, it is the ability to store water. The more productive agricultural soils, the more they need fertilizer and irrigation. Life is largely destroyed (weights of earthworms divided by 20 in cereal soils), the water cycle is broken, the absorption of water is slowed down. It is urgent to change agriculture, to break with chemistry and GMOs. Agriculture must work with nature, for a healthy diet, living soil, storing carbon and reducing the greenhouse effect. It is urgent that our world does not go into the wall. Organized by: Common Water AuvergneRhône-Alpes, Water Coordination Île de France, Citizen Science, National Federation of Organic Agriculture, Attac Hautes Pyrénées, Water Commission Attac

How to weigh as a citizen to build a public water service and respectful of resources in its living area (and in France)? Room C 104

Despite higher costs for the taxpayer, opacity in decision-making and, often, poorer quality of service, water multinationals continue to convince elected officials and keep the key water sector in place. their lap. While the privatization of dams is preparing, citizen mobilization is bearing fruit: pushed by increasingly numerous and organized collectives, a growing number of communities are opting for the remunicipalization of the water sectors Thursday 23 13 contributions of theoretical knowledge exchange of know-how and experiences training to act convergence and construction of common initiatives and sanitation in France and in Europe. In addition, water, biodiversity and climate are linked and the convergence of water-related competencies leads to a transversality / interdisciplinarity in the management of this vital resource. So, how, in the context of the coming municipal elections, can citizens be the drivers of a transition to public and sustainable water management in their community? Organized by: Île-de-France Water Coordination, Auvergne Common Water Water CoordinationRhône Alpes, Common Water Water Coordination France, France public water

How to build indigenous / non-indigenous alliances for the rights of indigenous peoples, climate justice and Mother Earth? Intersectional and Distributed Action Strategies Room B 105

The workshop will allow us to open together a dialogue on the importance of weaving a strong link between indigenous and non-native movements, on the need to work on the decolonization of solidarity practices, and on concrete examples of struggles and alliances. Speaker: Isabelle L'Hériter, Claire Philippe, Guillaume Durin Organized by: Climate Coordination and Social Justice Switzerland, Alternatives Canada

The manufacture of humans; GAFA at post-humanism Room D 102 In the face of threats to societies and to the Earth, those who have already seceded, in particular by refusing to pay the tax share of their contribution to societies, imagine and implement experiments in human fabrication, augmented humanity, made of artificial intelligence and fusion of bodies and machines, of a cyborg humanity. Even if this ideology feeds on fantasies and fantasies, it has real effects. This workshop aims to understand this movement to resist it. Speaker: Geneviève Azam Organized by: ATTAC, Foundation Sciences Citoyennes, Basta and between noon and two ...

Rendezvous for concrete change: speed dating for those who take charge of their daily lives. 12.30 • Room B101

Workshop hosted by Enercoop Rhône-Alpes Whether you live in a small town or in the city, whether you are looking for a bio basket, renewable electricity, solutions for soft mobility or other alternatives you will be full of solutions. Simple, effective and local. Encounter cycle initiated by Enercoop Rhône-Alpes in original and participative format.Several times a year, Enercoop invites structures that, like it, carry concrete solutions to initiate change. Each comes in 5 minutes and then gives way to exchanges. Are here invited: Energ'Y citizens (Solar from here), as well as a structure of the social and solidarity economy ...

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Thursday 23 14 12H30 •

ROOM B102 Growing participation

Projection proposed by Nature & Progrès followed by a debate led by Eliane Anglaret (president of Nature & Progrès) Labels, mentions and other private brands, require the establishment of a certification process. Different ways exist. Coming from agro-ecological movements, participatory guarantee systems (GSPs) bring together consumers and farmers, who provide them. themselves the control of the specifications that they have defined together. GSPs can be organized in many ways, but all share the following principles: common vision, transparency, trust, participation, horizontality, learning. Beyond the guarantee objective, GSPs aim at collective improvement of practices, the sharing of knowledge and know-how! Come discover the workings of Nature & Progrès, a pioneering association of organic food through its film Growing Participation. 14H30 •

ESPLANADE STENDHAL (food court tables) Jai Jagat 2020:

change the world by walking through a traveling Social Forum between Delhi and Geneva Presentation of the initiative by Ekta Europe, SOL, CRID and Attac France. Jai Jagat 2020 (the "victory of the world") is a major international campaign to promote another global model in which no one is left behind and who calls for the concrete realization of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. Launched from India by the landless Ekta Parishad movement, this campaign will result in a huge march from Delhi on October 2, 2019 (Gandhi's birthday) to Geneva on September 25, 2020 to organize a week an assembly of peoples before the premises of the United Nations. Jai Jagat can be an opportunity to revive the dynamics of the WSF in a new form, that of a social forum in motion. Let's discuss it all at the University of Solidarity Summer in Grenoble.

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WORKSHOPS 14h15-16h30

Responsible research and citizen actions: why and how to reinforce each other to succeed in the democratic and ecological transition Room C 103

Science, as it is produced today, particularly around disciplinary hyper-specialization and orders mainly from the commercial sector, can not respond to ecological and social issues. In addition, technologies are invading the world to the point of penetrating to the depths of life. There is therefore an urgent need to rethink this techno-scientific system that requires a leap forward to our societies. The objective of the workshop will be to discuss the purpose of scientific research, based in particular on a Manifesto written by Citizen Science and the reflection initiated during a cycle of symposia. To encourage a take on Thursday 23 15 contributions of theoretical knowledge exchange of know-how and experiences training to act convergence and construction of common initiatives ethical awareness of the players in the world of science and rebuilding trust between science and society, involvement of organized civil society is crucial. With Global Change and AITEC, we will illustrate this question in a transverse and thematic way to open the discussion with the participants Speakers: Jacques Testart, Dominique Cellier, Aude Lapprand (Citizen Sciences); Jean-Pierre Chanteau (Grenoble Alpes University); Marc Delepouve (FMTS); Edgar Blaustein (Global Chance) Organized by: Citizen Science, Global Chance, AITEC.

The "Living Palestine" game: an interactive educational tool to understand the daily lives of Palestinians Room C 102

The Platform offers interactive educational support to understand the daily life of Palestinians. This animation was designed from internationally recognized sources to help different audiences understand the daily lives of the Palestinian population. Pedagogical methods want to make the participants actors of their knowledge by their implication.The animation aims to promote a better understanding of the reading of the history and the actuality of the Israeli-Palestinian question and to deconstruct the stereotypes to rebuild a more just vision of the concerned societies. Through active teaching practices, enable groups of people to access keys to understanding how the Palestinian people are living and to a more informed representation of the conflict. Think together rather than give answers and contribute to an education of living together and peace. Speaker: Anne Tuaillon (AFP), Claude Léostic (Platform of French NGOs for Palestine) Organized by: France Palestine Solidarity Association (AFPS), Platform of French NGOs for Palestine

Rethinking Official Development Assistance Room B 101

This workshop aims to question the need to rethink public development aid in a medium-term context where Emmanuel Macron has committed to increase it to 0.55% of GNI by 2022 and short term with an ongoing parliamentary mission to "modernize" ODA. Apart from the fact that the aid announced never corresponds to the aid actually received, the nature and objectives of this aid are never questioned. Is ODA an instrument of neocolonialism? Does it depend on it? Nearly 60 years after the end of colonial empires, can we take stock? What is the role in this framework of development NGOs? The workshop will focus on exploring the relevance of a "de-colonization of North-South solidarities" by focusing on the achievements / successes of South / South cooperation. Speaker: David Millet in animation (Cooperative social ecology) Organized by: Network Out of Colonialism, Political Cooperative Social Ecology

Stop big useless projects, live well in a sustainable world Room B 102

Why concretize the land rather than cultivate it and preserve biodiversity? Why always want to go faster when it is urgent to slow down? Why push for energy consumption when there is need to reduce it drastically? The world in which we live is more and more unsustainable: in the face of this obsession with growth at any price, more and more destructive projects are emerging as social experiences rise up against this world at the end Thursday 23 16 de breath and sketch out other solidary worlds. These experiences are linked by the hopes they hold and the ways in which they set up to achieve them. We will discuss these different issues with activists engaged on their territory in struggles against all the big useless projects of Bure, Notre-Dame-des-Landes or the STEP / MidCat gas pipeline in Occitania, through reflections on democracy, climate justice, respect for ecosystems, good living, short circuits ... Speaker: Geneviève (NDDL), Joël (Bure), Éric (Stop Step) Facilitation: Jade Lindgaard (journalist) Organized by: Attac, 350.org, Acipa

Peasant agriculture and climate change: the impact of our consumption Room C 104

The workshop will propose, using games, videos, content and active exchanges with the room, to better understand the organization of food chains in the South as in France, to illustrate the impact climate change on agricultural production and to understand how our consumption can help promote resilient production methods in the South as in France.The workshop will be based on the examples of coffee and milk. Speaker: Julie Maisonhaute (Head of France, CEF) Lise Trégloze (FAdM Education Manager) Emilie Sarazin (President of Max Havelaar France) Christophe Alliot (The Basic) Organized by: Fair Trade France (CEF), Fédération Artisans du Monde ( FAdM), Max Havelaar France, The Basic

Towards new state obligations: the climate at the helm of the courts! Room B 105

Colombia's Supreme Court ruled on April 5 that a group of 25 youths, along with the Dejusticia association, have sued the Colombian government, accusing it of not protecting their rights to life and healthy environment. In this judgment, the judges devoted the rights of nature: the Amazon becomes subject of right, equipped with means to defend these rights. In Colombia, Pakistan or the Netherlands, judges have ordered the public sector to do more for the climate with concrete action plans. In the face of the climate crisis, a legal revolution is taking place: States must face the new climate and acquire new legal instruments to preserve natural commons and fundamental human rights. What about this movement in France and in Europe? What are the evolutions that our law could know in order to ensure a right protecting nature and humans? Speakers: Coline (CliMates), Marie Pochon (NAAT), Emmanuel Poilane (France Libertés) Organized by: Our Affair to All (NAAT), End Ecocide on Earth, CliMates, France Freedoms

Water, climate, biodiversity: and if the management of the great water cycle was the key? Room D 102

Despite higher costs for the taxpayer, opacity in decision-making and, often, poorer quality of service, water multinationals continue to convince elected officials and keep the key water sector in place. their lap. While the privatization of dams is being prepared, citizen mobilization is bearing fruit: pushed by increasingly numerous and organized collectives, a growing number of communities are opting for the remunicipalization of the water and sanitation sectors in France and in Europe. In addition, water, Thursday 23 17 contributions of theoretical knowledge exchange of know-how and experiences training to act convergence and construction of joint biodiversity and climate initiatives are linked and the convergence of skills related to water, pushes to a transversality / interdisciplinarity in the management of this vital resource. So, how, in the context of the coming municipal elections, can citizens be the drivers of a transition to public and sustainable water management in their community? Speaker: Daniel Hofnung (Water Coordination Ile de France) Organized by: Water Coordination Ile-de-France, Common Water Water Coordination AuvergneRhone Alpes, France Water Public (Presence), Common Water Coordination France

Interact with elected officials and journalists Room C 101

The VoxPublic association's mission is to provide support and advice to associations and citizen groups who request it to help them strengthen their ability to act and challenge decision-makers. It also includes strategy tips and how to interact with journalists. The aim of this workshop is to share, through the testimonies of the partner associations (CRID, Exchanges and Partnerships) some fundamentals in terms of interpellation of decision-makers, good use of digital directories (made available by the association) and good practices for press relations. Speakers: Jean-Marie Fardeau, Benjamin Sourice, Erika Campelo, Sébastien Bailleul, Céline Méresse, and other representatives of the partner associations Organized by: VoxPublic, CRID, Exchanges and Partnerships

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FORUMS 17h-19h

Migrations: local actions and collective mobilizations at the national, continental and international levels Amphi 2

France and European countries are facing a crisis of reception policies for foreigners. While a wide variety of actors working, sometimes for a long time, at different levels (local, national or international) has been brought to light, they have been faced with the need to coordinate their action. During this forum, we will have the opportunity to identify issues and concrete solutions that will enable those concerned and those involved in the field and advocacy to strengthen their links and work better together. Speakers: Marie-Christine Vergiat (MEP), Marta Peradotto (Carovane Migranti), Sidibé Mamadou (Co-ordination Officer Without Papers 75), Maëlle Boudet (EGM Lyon), Jean Vettraino (Secours Catholique-Caritas France)

What alternatives to free trade and trade war? Amphi 3

The proliferation of free trade agreements has devastating effects on the countries of the South and North. These agreements are rejected by the majority of the populations because they aggravate the inequalities, contribute to deteriorate the sanitary and environmental norms and allow the multinationals to escape any form of regulation. European leaders are at a standstill when they propose to revive free trade agreements in response to the trade war launched by Trump. They do not see that their neoliberal policies, based on competition between countries, are responsible for the coming to power of populist and xenophobic political forces. For the altermondialist movement, an alternative conception of exchanges between peoples, based on solidarity, is not only possible, but necessary. Speaker. e. s: Mehdi Abbas (University of Grenoble), Amélie Canonne (Aitec), Jean Blaylock (War on Want) Facilitation: Dominique Plihon (Attac)

Coping with Restrictions on Civic Space and Democratic Regression Amphi 4

Today the social movements testify to a reduction of the democratic space in France, in Europe and in the world. In many cases, the democratic state even manages to legalize this restriction (prosecution-gag order, state of emergency ...); Elsewhere, democracy is puppet. Yet, we fight for his defense. In France, our movements are always demanding more democracy, the opening of democratic spaces. The Polish, Rumanian, Bulgarian civil societies ... see in Europe the opportunity of a formidable democratic space, a spring to establish a new society, rid of its totalitarian demons. There is therefore a strong demand for more democracy and thus more space for participation for civil society. But what are we talking about exactly? What is democracy, what do we really ask for? More participation? More liberties? Less repression? Speaker. e. s: Benjamin Sourice (author of the book "La démocratie des places"), Laurence Blisson (magistrate and secretary general of the Judicial Union), Julien Talpin (CNRS researcher on the politicization of the working classes and participatory democracy; editor-in-chief of the magazine Participations), Laurent Duarte (coordinator of the international campaign "Let's turn the page") Facilitation: Rachel Knaebel (Bastamag) and more ...

Attac is 20 years old! Aperitif offered by Attac France 19h - esplanade Stendhal The association celebrates its twenty years of existence to better project itself in the next twenty years ...


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Friday, August 24

MODULES 9h30 to 16h30

Ceta, Tafta, Jefta and the others: our rights and the environment in the trash Amphi 1

Each module workshop is specific to a particular theme. The various free trade agreements (CETA, JEFTA, Mercosur, Mexico, Australia and New Zealand, Tafta, etc.) in application, negotiation or preparation are reinvested in that they impact these themes. Each theme tries to state some elements of alternatives that are specific to it. Themes retained (chronological order in the day): food and health, intellectual property and personal data, social rights. The methodology chosen for each workshop is participatory and concludes with a pooling summary. Speakers: Thomas Borell (Friends of the Earth), Jean Michel Coulomb (Attac), Thomas Dauphin (Veblen), Lucile Falgeyrac (S2B), Sylvain Goldstein (CGT), Nicolas Roux (Friends of the Earth), Shira Stanton ( Greenpeace), Aurélie Trouvé (Attac), Lora Verheecke (consultant) Organized by: Attac, Friends of the Earth, CGT, Confederation Paysanne, Aitec

The systemic crisis: its causes and its evolution, Macron's counter-reforms, our alternatives Amphi 3

This module aims to take stock of the evolution of the financial, economic and social crisis, and to show that there are analyzes and proposals for a way out of the crisis that are alternatives to the dominant liberal discourse. This module comprises three sessions: 1. an analysis of the main dimensions of the crisis, its systemic roots, 2. show that the crisis is being exploited by the ruling classes in Europe and France to strengthen the influence of capital on society, analyze in this context the project carried by Emmanuel Macron and 3. present and discuss our alternatives to promote a real economic, social and ecological transition, the only way out of the crisis of financialized and globalized capitalism. Speaker: Jean-Marie Harribey, Pierre Khalfa, Dominique Plihon, Peter Wahl, Catherine Samary, Eric Piolle Organized by: Landed Economists, Attac France, Copernic Foundation, Attac Germany - Weed, Cadtm

Facing the neoliberal school, build the School of Emancipation Room B 105

Faced with the increasing commodification of the school, how can one think, in a secular educational setting, of equal access to knowledge that can only be guaranteed by the public service? What education in politics in and by school can enable the formation of subjects and emancipated workers, enlightened citizens able to take a critical look at the world to act and not to suffer? How to make all people's ability to learn and transform? What requirements of knowledge and common culture for all students, far from any form of early specialization and competitive logic? Speaker: Philippe Sultan, Laurence De Cock, Paul Devin, Erwan Lehoux, Véronique Ponvert, Christine Passerieux, Grégory Chambat, Matthieu Brabant, Matthias Perez, J. Charles Hellequin Organized by: FSU-Sector Education, Revue friday 24 20 N ' other school (Question of class (es)), Revue Dialogue (GFEN), Red Carnets magazine (Schools Network), Cross-views magazine (FSU Research Institute), Copernicus, Ferc-CGT, Sud-Education-Solidaires

Work and Emancipation Room B 101

The module will be organized in three parts: "Work and Ecology", "Work and Reclaiming the Power to Act", "Work and Democracy". Will human work survive the digital revolution? Faced with the growth of self-employment, does the wage-earner still have a future? Should we regret it, in the light of suffering at work today generalized? To these questions, many are tempted to answer in the negative. But are other forms of work organization not emerging in the margins of the system or even at its heart? Could we not work differently, caring about the quality of our work, the values ​​of use that it allows to create, the care that allows us to take others and nature? By recreating in the work relations of cooperation and equality, lively sources of a more general democratic renewal? In this field of democratic work, what strategies and innovative initiatives for trade unionism and social movements? Intervenant.es: Didier Aubé (Solidarity), Geneviève Azam (Attac), Benoît Borrits (Self-Management Association), Bernard Bouché (Solidarity), Marylène Cahouet (FSU), Thomas Coutrot (Attac), Alexis Cukier (Copernic Foundation), Laurent Garrouste (Copernic Foundation), Spéphane Le Lay (Labor Sociologist), Pascale Molinier (Professor of Social Psychology), Fabienne Lauret (Attac) Organized by: Attac, Aitec, Copernic Foundation, Union Syndicale Solidaires, FSU

Metropolization, whose service? Room C 101

During three workshop-debates (link research-industry-training, transport, public services), the seminar initiates reflection on the direction of the current metropolisation, which concentrates the economic activity (industry and services) to serve the interests of capital, and considerably amplifies the inequalities between the metropolis and the rest of the territories on the one hand, but also within the metropolis itself. Organized by: CGT 38, Solidaires 38, FSU 38, Collectif transports libres, Departmental Collective Poste Isère In connection with the strolling outside the walls Grenoble who fights, from Thursday to 9:45 (p.50)

Reinventing our operations to create a livable utopia Amphi 2

Everywhere, women and men are rising up to work for the construction of a world of solidarity, developing alternative places, working for the defense of common goods, and new relations with institutions. They thus seek values ​​and forms of organization, which are based on self-management of individuals while retaining, however, often forms of traditional militant action that deserve to be re-examined. Can the transformation of society do without a transformation of our militant practices? This is what we will look at together as witnesses to collectives that combine strong demands for autonomy with the imperative need to move together. We will propose a mode of circular exchange that involves all the people present at this seminar, from a film where actors revisit their modes of action. Speaker: Sylvie Dreyfus (Around May 1st), Gilda Farrel and Samuel Thirion (CARMEN), Adèle Clément (House of Solidarity), Félix Grucker (CapaCités), Pierre Mahey (Citizen Capacity), Bruno Lamour and Patrick Viveret ( collective NAnoub), Siamak Shoara and Florence Friday 24 21 contributions of theoretical knowledge exchange of know-how and experiences training to act convergence and construction of common initiatives Godinho (members of the Board of Directors for the triangle Gonesse), Pierre and Christiane Burguière (Larzac peasants), Dider Ménard (President of the Community Health and Wellness Association of the Franc-Moisin district), Isa, Pascal, Nico, Apache, Pierre-Louis, Sarah and Pierre (Let's talk about it), Daniela Ciaffi (LabsusPacte de collaboration en Italie) Organized by: Around May 1st, CARMEN, House of Solidarities, CapaCités, Capacitation citoyenne, collective Nanoub

Municipalism, Transition, Commons and Territories Room B 104

The "municipalist approaches" are multiplying and are supposed to provide concrete and original answers to the challenges faced by the inhabitants. What alternative and common public policies to promote as part of a municipalist approach? What do we learn from the field? What is the relationship between the multiple dynamics underway?What ecosystem for these citizen initiatives to flourish? Organized by: The Beautiful Democracy, CommonsPolis, The Collective for a Transition Citizen (CTC), The IRG (Institute for Research on Governance), Dare the Happy Days, Remix the Commons, Utopia, Collective Not Without Us (Observer), the CRID

We live there, we act! Take collective and local action for the Amphi 5 climate

Our workshop aims to show how citizens can act in their territories, without waiting for the next elections. Alternatiba Grenoble, Alternatiba, Réseau Action climat, 350.org and Notre Affaire aux Tous invite you to discuss different tactics of local groups to get our elected representatives moving, push for ambitious climate action and win local wins that will have an overall impact. Throughout the day, we will offer participatory workshops and exchanges around the promotion of alternatives at the level of local public policies. We will have special focus times around initiatives that can lead communities out of fossil fuels and bring legal remedies to establish polluter responsibility. We invite you to take part in our simulations, to share your techniques, to ask for advice on your local situations and to explore the actions and solutions to implement in your territories to make your elected representatives heard. : Alternatiba and Alternatiba Grenoble, Charlotte Izard (Climate Action Network), Victoire Guillonneau (350.org), Marie Pochon (Our Affair to all) Organized by: 350.org, Our Affair to All, Climate Action Network-France, Alternatiba

At the heart of our campaigns: peasant agriculture faces many challenges. Room D 103

This module is developed around three themes: 1. Land grabbing / concentration: the same aggression of peasant and family farming abroad and in Europe; the struggle in France against the concentration, the example of NDDL, by an agricultural land bill, which, to do what; the reality of the installation in agriculture: candidates, support, results. 2. Climate / pastoralism / environment: the state of play: soils, natural spaces, the game of massacre and urgency; what agriculture to preserve employment and the environment ?; the reconquest, of spaces in disuse, by the herds. 3. GMOs hidden, dematerialization, so-called climate smart agriculture: what consequences can these technological evolutions have on farmers' work and on the orientation and quality of agricultural production ?; biopiracy, Friday 24 22 confiscation of knowledge and autonomy of peasants / plants Intervenant.es: Gerard Leras (AGTER), Morgan Ody (Farmer Confederation), Nicolas Champurney (ADDEAR of Isère), Robert Levesque (AGTER), Nadège Garambois (Agroparistech), Guy Kastler (Farmer Confederation), Fanny Metrat (Farmer Confederation) Organized by: Confederation Paysanne, Attac, AGTER, ADDEAR

Social mobilization and repression in Africa Amphi 6

Three successive sessions to address the hot news of social mobilizations in Africa: 1. News of the social struggles, focusing on: the campaign Let's turn the page for alternation in power (Gabon, Togo, Chad, Congo-B, DRC, Cameroon, Burundi, etc.); the struggles of the residents of the Socfin plantations, a holding company linked to the Bolloré group (Cameroon, Sierra Leone, Liberia, etc.); the struggle of Sahrawis against the Moroccan occupation of Western Sahara. 2. Use of digital tools: internet and social networking clippings on days or times of popular mobilization, electronic surveillance / copying, etc. 3. French military and police cooperation with dictatorships: France maintains military and police advisers to dictatorships despite the repression, organizes training in "democratic management of crowds" (sic), provides equipment for repression ... Intervenant.es: Laurent Duarte (Turning the Page), Marielle Benchehboune (ReAct project), Jeanne Leroux (Friends with the people of Western Sahara - APSO), Julie Owono (Internet Without Borders), Virginie Duval (Ritimo) , Laurent Ciarabelli and Thomas Borrel (Survival), Sylvain (La Quadrature du Net), Tony Fortin (Observatoire des Armements) Organized by: Survie, "Let's turn the page" campaign (coordinated by Secours Catholique Caritas France), ReAct project, Ritimo , Internet Without Borders, Observatory of Armaments, Friends of the People of Western Sahara (APSO), Quadrature du Net

We will not be silent! Strategies of resistance to the criminalization of civil society Amphi 4

Is the right to question and criticize economic and political powers still a reality? Freedom of expression is a fundamental right, today threatened by many practices ... legal! Gag lawsuits, protection of business secrets, threats to our actions and positions ... how to avoid self-censorship and resist the trap of criminalizing civil society? Legal processes of delegitimization and criminalization, risks of self-censorship, battles waged and won, new risks of gagging the opposition ... many aspects of what is more widely called the "criminalization of social movements" will be discussed throughout the day. We propose to focus on the processes of criminalization of civil society and militant action and the resistance strategies put in place. Beyond what exists, we will be led to imagine together new common forms of alliances and actions of resistance. Speaker: Sylvie Paquerot (Professor of Political Science), Olivier Petitjean (Multinational Observatory), Adrien Roux (ReAct), Emmanuel Poilane (France Libertés Foundation), Raphaël Pradeau (Attac) Organized by: CRID, Ritimo, Survival, Observatory Multinationals, ReAct Friday 24 23 contributions of theoretical knowledge exchanges of know-how and experiences training for action convergence and construction of common initiatives

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WORKSHOPS 9:30 to 11:45

#BalanceTonEmpruntToxique! Room D 102

The scandal of toxic loans contracted by many communities and other French public bodies bursts in 2011. Today the situation is far from resolved! Groups of citizens have also started legal proceedings to refuse that the taxpayer pays instead of banks. This workshop will be an opportunity to learn more about these different legal remedies but above all allow the activists who are involved to meet, to discuss their respective experiences. And who knows, the workshop will perhaps make others want to follow suit by also calling into question toxic loans;) Speaker: Marie-Claude Carrel (CAC 38), Yvette Krolikowski (CAC 30) ), Frédéric Panne (Attac Vichy Basin) Organized by: CADTM France, CAC 38, Attac Vichy Basin, CAC 30

Economy and Human Rights Room D 101

Solidarity economy initiatives cover a wide variety of activities: local services, local-organic agriculture, fair trade, solidarity finance, culture, popular education, etc. Converging around shared values, these collective initiatives re-articulate politics and and rehabilitate our power to act. This growing dynamic reflects the aspiration of citizens to participate in social and economic life and to extricate themselves from dominant representations. These initiatives are rooted in an historian association, civil society and plural economy, inventing modes of doing between self-management, stake of general interest and emancipation. Private initiatives, they are interested in the common, the public thing. Beyond the domination of the competitive market and financial concentration, they try to establish the primacy of dignity, the freedom of people and the effectiveness of human rights.Speaker: Bruno Lasnier (Solidarity Economy Movement), Patricia Coler (UFISC), Laura Aufrere (Paris Nord Economic Center - Paris 13 University), Jean-Claude Boual (CAC), Josette Combes (Ripess Europe ) Organized by: Solidarity Economy Movement, Federal Union of Intervention of Cultural Structures, RIPESS Europe, Collective of Citizen Associations

Recognition of field expertise: doing participatory research! Room C 104

Participatory research refers to the practices of co-construction of knowledge between academic researchers and actors in the field for the purpose of socio-environmental transformation. The workshop will emphasize the need to involve civil society organizations, bringing real field expertise, to the production of scientific knowledge useful for solving current socio-environmental problems. The co-construction of knowledge made possible by participatory research ensures scientific rigor and social relevance to the resulting knowledge to deal with the complex issues of today. The workshop will aim to raise awareness of participatory research practices through the sharing of experiences in collaborations with the scientific community. Speaker: Mathieu Thomas (CIRAD), Jean-Pierre Anglade (Nature & Progress), Cyril Fiorini (Citizen Science) Friday 24 24 Organized by: Citizen Science, Nature and Progress, GRAB, ARDEAR AURA, CIRAD

Act for the defense of public service, a particular challenge for women and equality! Room B 103

The reduction of public services has specific impacts on women. They are users of public services and have a majority of staff. In addition, early childhood, education, health and social services are key sectors and condition a real equality especially in the access of women to work, abortion ... Attacks on the public service , and public services have never been so topical and so frontal. What are the effects of attacks against the public service (job cuts, recourse to variable bonuses, the end of the CHSCT ...), the privatization of public services and their remoteness (regionalization) for women and in terms of equality? What are the reflections to be carried out in terms of struggles on key public services, that of health, of dependence, (for example in the Ehpad), of early childhood, where the gendered dimension of these struggles, in fact led by women, often stays in the invisibility? Speakers: Thérèse Villame (Attac), Assumpta Barbens (IAC trade union, Catalonia), Murielle Guilbert (Union syndicale Solidaires), a speaker from the Copernic Foundation Organized by: Attac, the IAC trade union of Catalonia, l Trade Union Solidarity and Copernicus

Social movements facing the crisis of the governing parties and the rise of the far right Room B 102

In this workshop will be analyzed the springs of the crisis of the governing parties in Europe. Faced with this crisis and the rise of xenophobic nationalisms, what are the prospects and challenges for social movements? Intervenant.es: Catherine Samary, Christophe Aguiton Organized by: Attac, Rosa Luxembourg Foundation

How to connect social movements? Room C 102

In a context of multiplication of social struggles and important transformations within social movements (both generational and sociological), this workshop aims to initiate a collective reflection around the issues raised by these different processes. The central intention is, from the sharing of different experiences (E & P, Intercoll, etc.) to think of strategies that can facilitate the linking of different social movements. Speakers: Glauber Sezerino (IPAM), Céline Meresse (IPAM), Lorna McCallum (E & P), Laure Million (E & P), Gustave Massiah (CEDETIM). Organized by: IPAM, CEDETIM, Exchanges and Partnerships

Scientific Alert and Reform of Expertise Room C 103

From specific examples (chemical toxic, GMO and round up, nuclear), it is to show the difficulty of carrying a scientific alert opposing the official expertise. Between contestation and evolution, what are the leeway for whistleblowers and what avenues to consider to change the way in which the expertise is developed. Speaker: Glen Millot (Citizen Science), Nicolas Farge (CRIIGEN), a representative of the RES Friday 24 25 contributions of theoretical knowledge exchange of know-how and experiences training for action convergence and construction of joint initiatives Organized by: Citizen Science, CRIIGEN, Environment Health Network

How to reconcile journalists and neighborhoods? Room D 104

Prejudices, sensationalism, reciprocal mistrust, the predominance of police and official sources ... The obstacles are many, to the serene and balanced exercise of journalism in the popular districts. But the experiences to overcome them abound. How to rethink the working methods of journalists to wring prejudice? How to organize a citizen's speech, contrary to the negative or infantilizing representations on "the suburbs"? Testimonials and reflection with actors and actresses of independent media, specialized journalists and committed citizens As part of the special day "independent media" (p.49) Coordinated by: Politis

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How to investigate multinationals? (practical workshop) 12h - room C 103

Association activists, journalists, ordinary citizens - we are all confronted by multinationals as part of our work or our commitment. This hands-on and interactive workshop, based on the experience of the Observatory of Multinationals, aims to provide a general overview of useful information to know about multinationals (or their subsidiaries and suppliers), where to find this information and how to exploit it , and give some pointers on ways to decrypt and demystify the com 'of large companies. On the occasion of the special day "independent media" (p.49) Speaker: Olivier Petitjean (Basta / Observatory of Multinationals) Coordinated by: Bastamag, Observatory of Multinationals

The role of the media in social mobilizations. The case of the new demonstrator counting tool 12h - Room C 102

Many media are not satisfied with the numbers - and their differences - of social mobilizations, as estimated by the police and the organizers. That's why on March 22, 2018, a media collective organized its first count. The result, and the debates that it has triggered, show the interest of this singular approach, but also the improvements to be made to it. "De-fetishize" the figure in the treatment of a social movement. To be able to produce one's own estimate is not to depend on each other's evaluations, and on a large gap that contributes to "binarizing" a mobilization. It also helps to focus on the essentials. There is no question for Mediapart to reduce a movement to a banal count of its participants.es We try above all to give it meaning: who is present in the procession? Where do the protesters come from? Are they any of the militant activists or citizens who are usually not very mobilized? The genesis and evolution of this initiative, its constraints and its Friday 26 26 flaws, its questionable methodology but just discussed ... and we believe that these Summer Universities are an ideal setting to discuss it again. As part of the special day "independent media" (p.49) Coordinated by: Mediapart

Popular Education in Practice (2/4) 12h - Room C 104

Practiced by NAJE (we will never abandon hope) for 20 years, the theater-forum (Theater of the Oppressed) allows to decode the stakes of a situation of oppression and to explore the paths of transformation. Our workshop will be a first awareness of this method. From situations experienced by the participants, we will work on the issue of "media abuse" in order to prepare the conference "The Mystery of Yellow Journalism", which will take place the same evening. In connection with the workshops on Thursday (p.12), Saturday (p.39), Sunday (p.45), but also with the gesticulated conference of Philippe Merlant tonight outside the walls (p.54)! Speaker: Philippe Merlant (NAJE) Coordinated by: The NAJE Company

From the formal sector to the informal sector: women's rights at work 12h - room D104

Long invisible in social movements fighting for workers' rights, women are often the first to be affected by exploitation and discrimination at work. In the formal sector, especially in industries, women are victims of many human rights violations (sexual, reproductive and social). In the informal sector, they are the first to be affected by the precariousness and hardship of work and especially the lack of recognition of their skills and their work force. Often found at the intersection of different forms of discrimination (sexism, but sometimes racism and because of their social class), women workers are mobilized to assert their rights. During this workshop, testimonials from women workers will help us better understand the daily reality of these women and their ways of mobilizing to fight against these discriminations, without prioritizing them. Organized by: Réseau Class Race Gender Network, Action Aid - Peuples Solidaires, Attac France

Where does the money from my electricity bill go? 12h30- Room B103

Workshop / role-play animated by Enercoop Rhône-Alpes If paying your electricity bill is always a rather obscure moment, this workshop is for you! Let's take the time together to dissect the components of your bill to take stock of the actors behind it.

25 years of fighting against major pollution: advertising displays. 12.30 • Room B102

Presentation by Pierre-Jean DelaHousse (Landscapes of France) The landscape, common good par excellence, must not be submitted to the diktats of the advertisers and their sponsors. Landscapes of France leads, for 25 years, an unrelenting fight that leads to regularly seize justice. Thus, the French State has already been condemned 74 times by 23 different administrative courts. Pierre-Jean Delahousse (founder of the association and former president) will return to these struggles punctuated by brilliant victories and their way of use. Friday 24 27 contributions of theoretical knowledge exchanges of know-how and experiences training for action convergence and construction of common initiatives

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WORKSHOPS 14h15-16h30

An observatory and a laboratory to strengthen the actors of Education for Citizenship and International Solidarity (ECSI) Room C 104

The ECSI is little known to the general public and poorly identified by other actors of social change. However, a great diversity of actors sets up inspiring educational actions whose objective is to favor the individual and collective contribution to the construction of a just and sustainable world. The challenge of collecting data in ECSI and their treatments to increase its visibility and readability is therefore essential. How to facilitate this culture of mutualisation and better communicate the meaning of ECSI actions?Moreover, if experimenting is part of the daily life of the actor of ECSI, innovating puts him in a more voluntarist position, forcing him to leave his usual area of ​​intervention. How to support this posture and allow the ECSI to better respond to the challenges of social transformation that it aims? The workshop will present and discuss the spaces and tools proposed within the OPEIRA project: Observe, promote, experiment and impulse in ECSI by bringing together the actors. Speaker: Anne Kaboré Leroy (Educasol), Lise Trégloze (FADM), Alice Duplay (Festisol) Organized by: Éducasol, Federation Craftsmen of the World, Festisol, School of Peace

Impact of military occupation on Palestinian children and resilience Room D 102

Children in Occupied Palestine: The challenges of child welfare in Gaza, East Jerusalem and the West Bank. This presentation describes the living conditions of children in the context of Gaza, East Jerusalem and the West Bank, in particular the challenges posed by the psychosocial problems caused by the occupation. These living conditions encompass the direct injury caused by shooting and shelling, but also the indirect and very strong impact of their consequences: poverty, social fragmentation and human development made impossible. The impact of the occupation is examined with regard to the impossibility of families to protect their members, to feed them and to facilitate optimal development for each one, especially because of the prevalence of bereavement. Some issues that seem specific to Palestine, such as the prevalence of arrests and imprisonment of children, are discussed. Discussions will focus on a presentation of child mental health services and examples of innovative programs. The presentation will attempt to make recommendations for socio-political interventions aimed at improving the well-being of children in Palestine. Intervenant.es: Samah Jabr (Palestinian psychiatrist) Organized by: AFPS, BDS France, UJFP

The wars of dislocation and the "security" of the world Room B 103

The "new wars" of today (civil and global, internal with international interaction, provoking massive population displacements, etc.) are described as "wars of dislocation". Friday 24 28 They accompany, even in countries at peace, or tensions without armed conflicts, concrete policies and ideologies of "securitization" (security and militarism). These topics will be addressed from a few examples (Ukraine, Sahel, France ...) Speaker: Bernard Dreano, Anne Le Huerou Organized by: European Citizens Assembly, Center for Studies and Initiatives of International Solidarity, CEDETIM , Athena 21, Intercoll's "Social Movements in the Face of War and Security" Working Group.

From Kanaky to Catalonia, from Kurdistan to the Sahara, the right of peoples to decide Room C 103

The decolonization stage is not complete. With neoliberal globalization and its chaos, the right of peoples to decide their future is once again at the center of the news. This workshop aims to examine through several cases (Catalonia, Rojava, Kanaky, Western Sahara), the different forms of self-determination: independence, democratic confederalism, autonomy ... This workshop aims to question the need to rethink the national question in the context of globalized capitalism in a context where the left and citizen movements, marked by a Jacobin tradition are divided in the face of this type of phenomenon. Speaker: Patrick Farbiaz, Raphael Lebrujah (Initiative for Democratic Confederalism), an activist of the Defense Committee of the Catalan Republic and a member of the Movement of Young Kanaks of France Organized by: Network Out of Colonialism, Collective of Solidarity with the Catalan people, Cooperative Social Ecology, Initiative for a democratic confederalism (to be confirmed), Movement of the young kanaks of France

"Tea palaver": another reception is it possible? Room B 102

The crisis in migration policies questions citizens that we are on our ability to design hospital and plural societies. Faced with this crisis, solidarity people are organized, as the mobilization of the States General of Migration (EGM) in Europe, and try to assert another host policy. Although their involvement is less visible, migrant organizations are also involved in this ongoing support movement and actively contribute to the deconstruction of received ideas and the development of forms of solidarity, hospitality and hospitality. .We will highlight these solidarity initiatives and highlight the actions carried out by organizations resulting from migration, mainly in Europe, but also in the territories of origin.The workshop is organized in the form of a "palaver tea" ... to discover! Speaker: Théophile Yonga (president of Terrafrik Alternatives), Pierangela Fontana (communication officer at FORIM), Alain Mulaba (President of COSIM Rhône Alpes - presenter, or representative), Maël Galisson (Project Manager at Grdr MigrationCitoyenneté-Développement) , Aura Rojas (Visual Artist, Delegate of Terre des Hommes in Paris, (Abdallah Zniber, IDD Resource Person) Organized by: Terrafrik Alternatives, Terre des Hommes Delegation 75, Grdr MigrationCitoyenneté-Développement, Solidarité laïque, FORIM / COSIM Rhône Alpes, IDD Immigration Development Democracy

Citizens' Initiatives, General Interest and Commons Room D 104

In a period of tension, between a capitalism that opens the field of the general interest to capitalistic enterprises and challenges the intermediary bodies brake the generalization of the market: Friday 24 29 contributions of theoretical knowledge exchanges of know-how and experiences training to act convergence and construction of common initiatives the development of citizen initiatives that at the territorial level collectively organize themselves to meet needs that are poorly covered in a logic of social utility and local development; the development of many projects on the question of the commons which seek to evade the logic of the market, goods and services that belong to us all; the struggle of many movements to safeguard a social model (public services, social rights ...); all these tracks lead us to question ourselves: what new forms of alliance between movements historically rooted in the social struggle and initiatives that are in doing otherwise? How to foster convergence, cooperation, the ability to speak and act together for a more just and inclusive world? Speaker: Josette Combes (Solidarity Economy Movement, MES), Hervé Roussel-Dessartre (Attac), Bruno LASNIER (Solidarity Economy Movement, MES) Organized by: Movement for the Solidarity Economy, Attac

Activists: protecting themselves from illegitimate surveillance Room C 102

With the help of many players specializing in issues of protection of online freedoms and computer security this workshop aims to improve your understanding and your level of protection against threats you may be targeted. Sub-workshops will be organized around different types of topics (protect his identity on the Internet, protect access to his data, protect his communications, improve the protection of his "pocket snitch" (smartphone), general digital hygiene , etc.) to explore the possible solutions from the questions and problems of the participants. Intervenant.es: Florian C. (Ritimo), other people of the GULL of Grenoble Organized by: La Quadrature du Net, Ritimo, Le Cecil

Independence: an economic challenge for the media, a social issue for journalists Room D 101

The independent media, both local and national, are forced to imagine each a specific economic and social model, to make their promise of independence concrete. For journalists, this search for balance is sometimes synonymous with precariousness and difficult working conditions. And the threats to the practice of journalism are numerous in all media companies. This workshop questions the social and economic model of independence, through a return of testimonies from journalists and independent media actors.It examines the keys to financial sustainability and the pitfalls that threaten the ambition of demanding, independent and ethical information on journalism. It focuses on innovations, successful experiences and convergence attempts that emerge in the ever-changing landscape of independent media. As part of the special day "Independent Media" (p.49) Coordinated by: Politis Friday 24 30

4:45 pm • ESPLANADE STENDHAL (tables of the dining area) Preview of the Grand Quiz of the Alter'consumption Animation by Julien Vidal and proposed by La Nef, Enercoop, Artisans du Monde and the Amaps You have the impression that talking about eco-citizenship topics is often scary and confusing? Bank, energy, food, you do not know where to start to act on your scale? This premiere of the Great Quiz of Alter'consumption is for you. Come compare your knowledge with your friends, your family, or alone! You will learn everything (or almost) for a healthier, more ethical, more sustainable consumption! And in addition, there will be great prizes to win for the most expert of you! Activity planned for 40 people • possible registrations at the info point as well as on the stands of La Nef and Enercoop

18H • ESPLANADE STENDHAL (tables in the dining area) Committed voices: to ally to change? Debate proposed by the Pépinière des Frères des hommes It is often said that going more or less far to achieve solidarity actions will change us and change the society. But in fact, how does meeting with people who live in difficult conditions make us change? What causes these changes? What changes are we talking about? Finally, how do these experiences contribute to changing society? With the volunteers and partners of the Pépinière de Frères des Hommes (project carrier support system), we thought about it: discover their voice and enter the discussions! This debate is also proposed Saturday (p.43) and Sunday (p.48)

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FORUMS 17h to 19h When feminists move the lines Amphi 3

How to renew the frames of thought from the issues raised by women's struggles? Take inspiration from recent mobilizations / meetings at national and international level to reflect together on common spaces to build. From the experiences of struggles and mobilizations in Argentina, Spain, Mexico, France, we will question feminist dynamics and its critical dimension, we will see how women's movements renew the framework of thoughts of analysis and mobilizations. How these movements are organized to fight both violence and inequality and rethink a more egalitarian society, which meets the requirement of social justice. The organizations invited to discuss will endeavor on the one hand to show in what but also.relations of theoretical knowledge exchanges of know-how and experiences training to act convergence and construction of common initiatives violence against women are the resultant of a multitude of discriminations. On the other hand, unprecedented mobilizations have denounced violence against women, inequalities analyzing them as a political issue, what to consider and how to question from the mobilizations in Argentina, Spain, during the last WSF of Bahia? Speaker: Florencia Partenio (DAWN, Argentina), Itzel Gonzales (Red Mesa of Ciudad Juarez, Mexico), Assumpta Barbens (IAC union, Catalonia), Louiza Belhamici / Fatima Ouassak (Gender Race Network) Animation: Jules Falquet (sociologist)

Are we freeing work or freeing work? Amphi 2

Robotisation, artificial intelligence, social and ecological need to reduce working time: is it the end of work? Two strategies are often opposed: that of the abolition of work and that of its democratization ... but are they really incompatible? In any case, it seems necessary to rethink our relationship with the production of goods, services and value, and to consider concrete ways of liberating labor. Establishment of a universal income, democratization of the company and the economy, ecological bifurcation by the creation of new jobs "0 carbon", reduction of the working time: our movements can they agree on alternatives Commons? Speaker: Thomas Coutrot (Attac), Tony Fraquelli (CGT), Noémie Grenier (Coopaname), Ly Katekondji (MFRB) Animation: Alexis Cukier (Copernic Foundation)

Think anti-racism, put it in the counter-offensive Amphi 4

How can we now think of the response to a racism that sweeps across Europe, entered into political debates as in the most everyday conversations, translated massively into acts from the most dramatic violence? While racists advocate multiple rejections, one and the other, the anti-racist movement appears regularly in its divisions. Can he assume cleavages without making any brakes? Does the diversity of combinations of discriminatory factors lead to thinking anti-racism as anti-racist fighting? Associations and unions engaged in anti-racism intervene in the debate. Speakers: Verveine Angeli (Solidarity), Najat Bentiri (Covenant 34), Fatiha Ait Alla (Hope 34), Franco Lollia (Anti Negrophobia Brigade) Animation: Malik Salemkour (LDH)

The independence of the media, a political, economic and citizen challenge. Amphi 1

Meeting with national and local media around major threats to their independence. The freedom to inform is compromised by the law on business secrecy and institutional barriers, which protect financial interests. Political, psychological or physical pressures threaten the integrity of journalists. And the media respond to fragile economic models, sometimes dependent on advertising or press subsidies, which threaten their independence and sustainability. Debate introduced by three academics, followed by a discussion with independent media representatives: Institutional and political threats against freedom of information / Economic challenges of media independence / Citizens' media ", Myth or reality? / Discussion with the room. On the special day "Independent Media" (p.49) Friday 24 32

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MODULES 9h30 to 16h30

Critical thinkers of capitalism Amphi 1

This module will be devoted to presenting the thoughts of Karl Marx, Simone Weil and André Gorz, both critics of capitalism and carriers of an emancipatory project for workers and humanity. 9: 30-11: 15 Gorz: André Gorz is a thinker at once critical of the work and precursor of anti-capitalist political ecology. There is continuity between Gorz's philosophical thought and his socio-ecological problem: it is the freedom of the individual that leads to social emancipation. 11h15-13h Weil: After a reading of texts by Simone Weil chosen by Coraly Zahonero of the French Comedy: "The experience of necessity" is for Simone Weil the concrete experience of work, in the big industry or in the countryside. It draws a philosophical reflection on the need for work and on the ways to regain its anchor and meaning. 14h15-16h Marx: Are the critical concepts of capitalism still relevant for understanding globalization and the social and ecological crisis it causes? Marx's conception of work: should work be freed or freed from it? Is the proletariat still the subject of the revolution or does it need a revolutionary subject? Speakers: Geneviève Azam, Françoise Valon, Jean-Marie Harribey, Françoise Gollain, Pierre Khalfa, Coraly Zahonero, Stéphanie Treillet Organized by: Attac France, Copernic Foundation, academic institutions

Will everything fall apart? Eco-feminist resistances and construction of alternatives Amphi 6

The multiplication, intensification and permanence of "crises" (climate, environmental, social, financial, nuclear, geopolitical, etc.) gradually gives way to the idea that our future would not be marked by an alternative between transformation sustainable and catastrophic, but with a darker horizon: that of collapse. A horizon not distant, but close - contemporary - that would mark a point of no return, a quick, deep and irreversible shift of our societies. How to think of strategies and mobilizations in the face of this prospect of collapse? Should we resolve to "everything collapses"? Yet there are alternatives, be it eco-feminism, buen vivir, de-growth or the commons. Should we give up the very idea of ​​alternatives, with their strengths, their limits, their contradictions, which reflect the diversity of the worlds in the making? Speaker: Benedikte Zitouni, Marta Music, Florencia Partenio, Émilie Hache Organized by: Attac France, 350.org, Collectif Les Terrestres, Solon Foundation, Movement Review, Focus on Global South

Take back the hand on finance rather than entrust to it the planet and our future Amphi 2

September 15, 2018, will mark the 10 years of the collapse of Lehman Brothers, the tipping point of the financial crisis. Despite the promises, none of the fundamental problems in the financial sector have been resolved and the specter of another major financial crisis is resurfacing. Harmful and deregulated, the system Saturday 25 25 contributions of theoretical knowledge exchange of know-how and experiences training to act convergence and construction of joint financial initiatives represents a threat to our collective future, both from the point of view of its stability, of our jobs and public services, than the preservation of the planet and the financing of the ecological transition. One of our main challenges is therefore to regain control of finance, using the political, economic and financial levers, whether they are already available or need to be invented, to speed up the ecological and social transition without delay. . After a presentation of the stakes, this seminar will focus on setting up mobilizations to build a world "Zero harmful finance, zero tax evasion, zero fossil". Organizations: 350.org, Friends of the Earth, Attac, CRID, Finance watch, South PTT, Catholic Relief Intervenant.es: Maxime Combes and Wilfried Maurin (Attac France), Clémence Dubois and Victoire Guillonneau (350.org), Grégoire Niaudet (Secours Catholique), Olivier Petitjean (Observatory of Multinationals), Lorette Philippot (Friends of the Earth)

Social and environmental commitment: yes! but for whom and by whom? The challenges and practices of new audiences in the ECSI D 103

NGOs, associations of civil society, collectives ... but also youth neighborhoods, rural areas, social workers, Mr. and Mrs. Toulemonde: commitments flourish in every corner of our society; how can we open our organizations to those audiences we never touch? Our organizations, which are committed to a fair, responsible and supportive society, tend to lock themselves in spite of themselves in an associative community that is only frequented by our favorite publics. But social transformation concerns everyone, and it is done at all levels! It is still necessary to find methods and positioning to make our messages accessible, and especially to open our organizations to new commitments, to new audiences, to the activists of the future! We will try to identify to which audiences it is necessary to turn to strengthen the struggle for social transformation, and seek to change our postures, our speeches, methods, media and organizations so that people from all walks of life can find an echo in our actions and converge theirs with us to build a more just and united world. Let's go to the boarding methods and postures to adopt to do with the commitments of all! Speakers: Young people involved in our organizations (volunteers, activists), ZEP- Priority Expression Zone, Le Monde course, Youth We Can, Amnesty International, Oxfam (youth centers), Student Solidarity Associations, professional.le.s ... Organized by: Students & Development, Engineers Without Borders, CCFD Terre Solidaire, Starting Block

Defense and Alternatives for Public Services Room C 101

Starting from exchanges around attacks targeting public services, we will first have to decipher the projects that undermine our social model (Europe ...) with interventions: trade unionists, economist, sociologist . Public services have been and are now laboratories of liberal ideology. This will be the subject of the second phase of the seminar which will highlight the reactions to outsourcing, privatization of public service missions through relegitimations (remunicipalization of water ...). The third part of the seminar will focus on alternatives and dynamics of socialization. It will evoke questions: "public services Saturday 25 34 national and common", "role of the social and solidarity economy", and alternatives (eg: free transport in Grenoble). Intervenant.es: Part 1- Inter-union communication (Fabienne Bellin FSU, Gaëlle Martinez Union Syndicale SOLIDAIRES, intervener ∙ e CGT); sociologist (Willy Pelletier, Copernic Foundation and University of Picardy). Part 2 - Employment Center (SNU TEFI intervener), Post (Nicolas Galepides SUD PTT and François Auguste National Coordination Post); Public Private Partnerships: the situation in Marseille (Pierre Marie Ganozzi FSU 13); Remunicipalization of water services (Yannick Belat, Amandine Fontaine, Philippe Fossat Common Water Auvergne Rhône Alpes and Daniel Hofnung Water Coordination Ile-de-France) Part 3 - SP of the 21st century (Michel Jallamion President National Convergence of Defense and Development Collectives SP); free public transport (Isabelle Metral member of the collective free public transport agglomeration of Grenoble) Organized by: FSU, Union syndicale solidaires, CGT Federation of Public Services, National Convergence of local collectives for the defense and promotion of public services

Let's live happy days without waiting: to live well in deeds! Amphi 4

There is no possible creative resistance (R) unless it articulates with anticipatory experiences (E) and transformative vision (V). This strategy of the Rev (e) advocated by the social and solidarity economy supposes that we go beyond a militant model often "sacrificial" (only the next day are supposed to sing) to make the "good living" an issue of experience and not only hope. Speaker: Patrick Viveret, Claude Henry, Anne Murat Organized by: Citizen Archipelago: Let's Dare Happy Days! , Sol Movement (Citizen Coins for Good Living), Dialogues in Humanity, Pathways of Metamorphosis, Paths Making

Right to the City and struggles in the neighborhoods: defend our homes! Amphi 5

50 years after the publication of the Right to the City, the question of the place of the inhabitants in the control of their living conditions and their urban environment remains more than pregnant. Many neighborhoods are affected by processes of gentrification, real estate speculation, financialization or urban renewal leading to the eviction of the working classes from the center to the outskirts of metropolises. Faced with these dynamics of urban exclusion, struggles of inhabitants are organized, multiplying initiatives and resistances. Whether it is the urban renewal policy, or more recently the ELAN law, today we are facing the destruction of social housing and the worsening of the social situation, especially in the poorer neighborhoods. Based on participants' experiences, this meeting aims to articulate our struggles, discuss our common strategies and build action campaigns. We will discuss the prospects of the struggles of inhabitants in the popular neighborhoods often related to the project of urban renewal. We will also extend the exchanges following the activities organized for the 50 years of the Right to the City in several cities (Marseille, Lille, Paris, Nanterre, Lyon, Grenoble ...). Organized by: AITEC, Réseau Appuii, Popular Urbanism Workshop (APU) Fives, APU Villeneuve, Collective against Imposed Demolitions, Common Language, National Coordination Not Without Us, Habitat in Motion, Municipal Action Group (GIM), A city ​​center for All Marseille

Nuclear weapons: today prohibited, tomorrow the elimination Room B 101

Does the possession of the nuclear weapon ensure world security? France claims to ensure its theory on Saturday 25 25 35 contributions of theoretical knowledge exchange of know-how and experiences training to act convergence and construction of joint initiatives of nuclear deterrence, perpetuating it for decades to come. What exactly is it? Is world peace so based on this terror? It's also a lucrative market for the finance lobby. His employment in a conflict would have very serious consequences for the future of humanity, which could call into question his very existence, according to the ICRC. The Nuclear Weapons Treaty sets a new standard for international security. 122 states especially of the South voted for it, the Western world and especially the big nuclear powers sulking it, and even acting on the states which voted, so that they do not ratify it.what actions of citizens, but also of states, towards ratification of the treaty and its entry into force? The process of dismantling nuclear arsenals is provided for in the treaty. It is also a matter of citizens. Organized by: The Peace Movement, Armaments Observatory, Pugwash France, Cities for Peace

Social Movements and Systemic Alternatives Amphi 3

The 1st time will be dedicated to the analysis of the international situation after the election of Donald Trump, is there an inflection in the globalization? The second part will deal with systemic alternatives and the book "Le monde émerge" as well as the rest of this project. The third phase will address the prospects of mobilization for alternatives and new forms of democracy. Organized by: Attac, Rosa Luxembourg Foundation

How to resist creatively? Civil Action and Disobedience Training Room B 103

How can we give ourselves the means to act concretely against the abuses of multinationals, against the construction of new useless big projects, against inequalities and discriminations? How can David act against Goliath? How to organize to mount a group of activists, to prepare disobedient actions having a strong media impact and which make react the multinationals or the public authorities? How to mobilize creatively? Faced with the collapse of conventional modes of action, we need to invent new repertoires of collective actions. Faced with the hardening of the ecological and social crisis, individuals, collectives, and activist and associative organizations must find instruments that allow all to take action. This module, which aims to be as participatory as possible, aims to to question the notion of civil disobedience, to think collectively about new modes of action and about the key elements that can be used to build creative activism through artivism. Speakers: Charlotte Dupré (Attac France), Arthur Lauvergnier (Attac France), Valentine Pignon (Action Aid) Organized by: Attac France, Action Aid Solidarity Peoples, Diffraction, 350.org

The era of the post-truth: what we are led to believe. Room B 102

In the world of research, the media, as in that of the whole of society, establishing and recognizing a truth of facts is the only way for the exchange of contradictory points of view and the construction of new objectivities. At a time when several factors contribute to a threatening situation (global warming, political populism, conspiracy favored by the multiplying effect of social networks Saturday 25 36, general lobbying, etc.) we are confronted with a plethora of information, whose hidden or obscured sources hinder any possibility of controversy and, what is undoubtedly worse, leads to devaluing the very notions of truth and objective knowledge. What is so called post-truth gives more importance to emotions and beliefs than to the reality of proven facts. It seeks to shape and influence public opinion, for which it exists and to which it addresses, by playing on fears and demagogy. From the denial industry, (tobacco lobbies, pharmaceutical industry, phytosanitary industry, etc.) that fabricates a lie on purpose to sow doubt, through the trivialization of a soft fraud in science, the era of the post-truth has many aspects. Faced with this, only citizen actions are effective, it is up to civil society, the world of education and of course the research community and the media to disseminate the scientific truths, to illuminate the joint action. Speaker: Maryvonne Holzem, Marc Gustave, Virginie Duval, Michel Goldberg, biologist Organized by: Citizen Science Association, Les Petits Débrouillards, Ritimo, House of World Citizens of Nantes, Starting Block Formation

Batucada militant! Appointment at 9h30 at the bar - Participatory Batucada activist workshop (Brazilian street percussion ensemble) for 50 to 200 EU trainees with a stroll in the center of Grenoble punctuated by slogans designed together. Ambulation in the city center to the Jardin de Ville at the end of the day! Day training - Details at info point.

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WORKSHOPS 9:30 to 11:45

Get out of the debt trap Hall C 103

The official discourse on the public debt is based on a lie: it does not come from an orgy of public spending, but from the organized erosion of tax revenues. Three mechanisms at the heart of the neoliberal system deepen deficits: tax competition between countries, tax giveaways and tax evasion for the benefit of multinationals and the ultra-rich. By borrowing on the financial markets at often excessive interest rates to finance these deficits, the states have sunk more. Debt is instrumentalized today by the authorities to impose the austerity policies on the population while those responsible for the debt are not worried. There are solutions to get out of the debt trap, provided that neoliberal policies and the domination of the financial markets are challenged. Speaker: Pierre Khalfa, Dominique Plihon, Eric Toussaint Organized by: Copernic Foundation, Attac, Injured Economists, CADTM

Agreements and Disagreements on Living Income Room B 104

To calmly approach this new paradigm, it is necessary to lay the foundations of the debate, to share information and to distance ideological presuppositions and processes of intention. Basic Income, Universal Allowance, Income of Existence, Decent Income Guaranteed, DIA ... What are we talking about? What are the invariants or common points, but also the differences behind these different names? What really opposes the supporters of the ER Saturday 25 37 contributions of theoretical knowledge exchanges of know-how and experiences training to act convergence and construction of common initiatives and those who advocate the liberation of work and the RTT? Can we separate income and work? Is this income the right or the best tool to eradicate poverty, to emancipate from forced labor while ensuring access to decent work for all, to strengthen social protections and solidarity, gender equality and civic responsibility, to better distribute wealth, to free oneself from the relations of domination, to overcome capitalism and allow sobriety and ecological transition? Speakers: Patrick Viveret, Jean Marie Harribey, Sebastien Groyer, Denis Vicherat, Guy Valette Organized by: The MFRB (French movement for basic income), The citizen archipel dare happy days, The citizen cooperative of popular education , Utopia, Copernic Foundation

On the road to active citizenship Room D 101

Based on many concrete experiences of citizen consultations carried out in Isère, presentations and exchanges on: the relevance of developing active citizenship in the current context; the stakes of such a development; the ethics of active citizenship, which differentiates it from populism and participatory democracy; the main methodological principles of citizen consultation; how these consultations can facilitate the creation of active citizen groups. Organized by: Citizen Committee of the Pine, AttacNord Isère, the Citizen Forum Renageois, Al Humosphère (Velanne).

Syria, revolution and wars Room D 102

The peaceful popular movement of the Arab Spring in Syria was confronted with a repression that quickly gave rise to a military response evolving into one (or more) "dislocation wars" at the same time civil, regional and international. How to analyze this evolution, to understand its dynamics, to evaluate the consequences? Speaker: Françoise Clément, Mohamed Taha, Samira Mobaied, Bernard Dreano Organized by: European Citizens' Assembly, CEDETIM, Collective "With the Syrian Revolution", Collective "For a Free and Democratic Syria"

Migrations: what solidarity? What other migration policy? Room C 104

Since 2008-2010, European migration policies have been based on fear of migrants, deterrence, outsourcing, confinement and an increasingly restricted right of asylum. It is urgent to re-visit the basic questions: where do the migrants come from? The economic and geopolitical responsibilities of the countries of the North? What principles and values ​​should be based on any other migration policy? Which reception policy? asylum? With which rights? So many questions that dodge the Bill Colomb / Macron, an Act designed to close doors and borders to migrants, make it more and more difficult and asylum and stay, return the maximum of migrants directly in their country of origin (readmission agreements) is in the EU country where their fingerprints (the "Dublines") have been taken, and in the meantime they lock up the maximum in detention centers.Speaker: Martine François (RESF / Attac), Daniel Delpeuch (Cimade Isère), Jo Briant (CISEM spokesperson - Isère Coordination of Solidarity with Migrant Aliens) Organized by: CISEM (Iséroise Coordination of Solidarity with Foreigners) migrants), La Cimade Saturday 25 38

How far do you have to change to live in a sustainable society? Room D 104

We are rapidly reaching the limits of a sustainable world, with terrible social and environmental consequences. It is necessary to radically transform our modes of production and consumption. But concretely, what does this really mean? How to make this change? We can not be satisfied with a transition that would replace fossils and nuclear with renewable energies. But what does "consume radically less energy" imply? how far should we go in deconstructing our modes of production and consumption? Which route should we take to succeed in drastically reducing our consumption, particularly with regard to energy and non-renewable resources? How to reorganize in a democratic way to reclaim our territories, produce locally the energy, the food that we will need; how can we assure everyone a way of living with dignity without plundering the resources of other peoples? Speaker: Mathilde Szuba (research professor in political science), Laure Dobigny (researcher in sociology of energy), Aurelien Boutaud (expert consultant on ecological transition), Nicolas Sersiron (researcher in extractivism) Organized by: Attac, Friends of the Earth, Momentum Institute

Should we go towards a self-financing of actors and actresses of the social movement? Room B 105

All those who invest in an approach that does not meet the entrepreneurial requirements find themselves in great difficulty to carry out their project. However, we do not demobilize: with associations including employees and volunteers, a self-managed collective and without external funding, and researchers, we propose a time that will begin with a controversy around the question "private financing or public funding?" . This, followed by a debate, will lead us to define common strategies to define what solutions and cooperation to put in place in the face of stopping support to the voluntary sector. Organized by: Culture and Freedom, Standing Popular Education, End Ecocide, Archipelago Let's Dare Happy Days

We are not born man, we become him Room C 102

In the context of feminist struggles and the liberation of women's voices, what role for men? The construction of the masculine is neither neutral nor innate, how through the deconstruction of gender stereotypes, men can also free themselves from injunctions and thus promote gender equality. Organized by: Quartiers du Monde, Archipélia

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Popular education in practice (3/4) 12h - Room B 105

This hands-on workshop will make you test surveying, a popular education method that allows you to discover readings collectively. It will be an opportunity to read around different points of view on popular education: texts that one would not have necessarily read all alone. a tool that promotes collective understanding by exchanging on Saturday 25 39 contributions of theoretical knowledge exchanges of know-how and experiences training to act convergence and construction of common initiatives of others and create a common knowledge with this that we retain. In connection with Thursday's workshops (p.12), Friday (p.27), Sunday (p.45)! Speaker: Gleda Nzalankazi (Starting Block) Coordinated by: Starting Block

Presentation of OpenStreetMap 12h30 • room C102

OpenStreetMap is mapping what Wikipedia is to the encyclopedia. Since 2004, an ever increasing number of OpenStreetMap contributors have enriched a cartographic database, and together they are building a world map and an eco-system that can be used for free, and for any use: fun, associative & activist, territorial, scientific, humanitarian and even commercial. Knowledge and data as a common good to which everyone contributes for the benefit of all. Come and discover the worldwide craze for OpenStreetMap cartography! Presentation by Paul Desgranges (member of the Grenoble group of contributors OpenStreetMap)

Training "Making the difference between green and green electricity!" 12:30 • Room B104

To boast a 100% renewable electricity supply, a supplier is obliged to use the Guarantees of Origin (GO) mechanism. But what is an GO? We will explain it to you. And as at Enercoop, we like to go further, in addition to GO, we aim for 100% direct contracts! And we also explain why it's better ... Presentation by Enercoop Rhône-Alpes

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WORKSHOPS 14h15-16h30

Free trade in Africa, an economic neocolonialism Room B 105

The workshop takes stock of the "economic partnership agreements" advocated by the European Union and the African Continental Free Trade Area (ECTA) for the ECOWAS States. It shows the possible links and its consequences for the populations. The workshop also reviews the resistance encountered and to build. Speaker: Jacques Berthelot (Attac), Thomas Borell (Survival), Jean-Jacques Guigon (CGT), Nicolas Roux (Friends of the Earth), Confederation Paysanne, Aitec Organized by: Attac, Friends of the Earth, Survival, Confederation Farmer, Aitec

End the neoliberal European Union! What alternatives? Room C 104

The European Union and the euro area face major contradictions while consolidating an anti-social and anti-democratic federalism. Treaties and neoliberal policies only worsen the crisis for the vast majority of populations, competing for profits and dividends that are blazing. This workshop aims to discuss the different ways of a radical re-founding of a coherent European project with our objectives (national and international, social, ecological and democratic). It will share the debates that question the Attac and their partners: how to combine heterogeneous situations and possible European choices "with variable geometry" with the aim of weighing Saturday 25 40 together and to put in crisis the power of nuisance of decision-makers, institutions and dominant policies? How to defend the legitimate right of self-determination of peoples for other unions, on non-xenophobic, anti-liberal bases? What alternative democatria to the current nation-states and the European institutions? Speaker: Catherine Samary (France), Peter Wahl (Germany) or / And member of Attac Austria, Felipe Van Klerbilk (Belgium) - or other representative of Altersommet Organized by: Copernic Foundation, Attac (notably Attac France, Austria, Germany), Dismant Economists, Weed, Representatives of Altersommet

The income of existence and the different proposals for experimentation, transition or alternatives Room B 104

Whether or not there is a prospect of creating an income from existence, it can only be put in place if it meets with both acceptance and social support, as well as strong political will. To not be in the all or nothing, to set milestones or put a foot in the door of the income of existence, proposals for experimentation, transition or alternatives are developed.We propose to examine the main ones, their interests and their limits: Experiments proposed in France by 13 departments // Experiments outside France // An income of existence coupled with a reduction of working time // An unconditional allocation of autonomy for 18/25 year olds // An agricultural basic income // An ecological transition income Intervenant.es: Patrick Colin de Verdière, Sébastien Groyer, Jean-Pierre Hardy, Denis Vicherat, Christian Massault Organized by: MFRB ( French movement for the basic income), the citizen Archipel dare happy days, the citizen cooperative of popular education, Utopia, Copernic Foundation

Democracy, citizenship, power to act: what means for which results? Room D 102

Putting in place a democratic process, which integrates the variety of points of view, very often poses real difficulties. The types of bias are extremely varied. Constituting or simply maintaining a group cohesion around a decision is sometimes a challenge. Division and demobilization too often organize themselves with disarming ease. And in general, goodwill is not enough. This workshop offers an update on proven methods and pitfalls to avoid. Discussions will focus on both theoretical aspects and lessons learned. The speakers will deal with the various applications that concern them: citizen consultation, popular education, democratic governance in associations, voting and collective decision-making processes. These presentations will be articulated with times of exchange on good practices. Intervenant.es: Hermann Bouly, Julia Demarque, Cindy Fournier Organized by: lechoixcommun.fr, Alternatiba, E-seed

Resistances to the financialisation and the Thatcherisation of housing in France and in Europe Room C 103

In France and everywhere in Europe, governments implement neo-liberal policies, disengage from social issues, including housing. These policies thus promote the commodification and more and more the financialization of housing for the benefit of capitalist investors and to the detriment Saturday 25 41 contributions of theoretical knowledge exchanges of know-how and experiences training to act convergence and construction of common initiatives of its social function, even as poor housing, homelessness, rental and mortgage evictions increase, and the social purification of cities accelerates. In France, the ELAN bill confirms this more general trend: a real "uberisation" of housing in line with neoliberal policies. Airbnb, precarious lease, Camelot, modular housing, attacks on the French model of social housing ... how financialization and Thatchisation are taking place in Europe and France? What consequences for the inhabitants? Organized by: AITEC, DAL, DAL 38, European Coalition for Action for the Right to Housing and the City

France / Israel, the security argument in question Room C 102

The workshop will deal with repressive and liberticidal policies in France and Israel. Israel invokes threats to its security to justify its entire policy of apartheid, from the colonization of Palestine to the absolute refusal of the return of refugees. In France it is the terrorist threat that serves to justify the restriction of public freedoms and leads to the Israeliisation of society. Exploiting the "experimental fields" that Gaza and the West Bank represent, Israel is developing a military and security industry, and selling its model of a security state around the world. The workshop will seek the necessary reactions to military and security collaborations between France, Europe and Israel. We will try to structure and amplify the campaign of military embargo against Israel led by the BDS movement. Before this workshop, it is possible to do the "walk" outside the walls Friday at 10 am (p.51) Speaker: Shir Hever (Israeli economist and journalist), a speaker from BDS France Organized by: The BDS France Campaign, AURDIP (Association of Universities for the Respect of International Law in Palestine), AFPS (France Palestine Solidarity Association) Inequalities and Environmental Justice: Understanding and Action Room D 101 The environmental justice movements have brought to light the fact that environmental degradation and disasters primarily affect the poor and the working classes, and that the wealthier classes are those who pollute the most. How to highlight these inequalities? How to build a movement for environmental and climate justice based on the first concerned? Organized by: Attac France, 350.org, All Guinea Pigs

Actors and actresses of local solidarity and international solidarity: how to work together to raise awareness and mobilize more widely? Room D 104

In France, we actors and actresses of local solidarity, international solidarity and transition carry actions daily, sometimes with difficulty to do it together. Yet we share common values ​​and issues. In addition, our know-how is complementary and would make it possible to raise awareness and mobilize more broadly the public targeted by our actions.How to create these synergies? How to use them to be more relevant in our awareness-raising actions? How to broaden and diversify our affected audiences by maintaining appropriate pedagogical approaches? One of the identified tracks would be to better involve in our actions Saturday 25 42 the first people concerned by solidarity issues (especially people in precarious situations or discriminated against). This workshop is for anyone interested in developing synergies between solidarity actors and actresses.Speaker: Guillaume Amorotti and Geoffrey Renimel (ATD Fourth World), Adrien Roux (Citizen Alliance), Claire Rozé (Catholic Relief), Antoine Atthalin (Artisans of the World) Organized by: Festival des Solidarités

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18H • ESPLANADE STENDHAL (tables in the dining area) Committed voices: to ally to change? Debate proposed by the Pépinière des Frères des hommes It is often said that going more or less far to achieve solidarity actions will change us and change the society. But in fact, how does meeting with people who live in difficult conditions make us change? What causes these changes? What changes are we talking about? Finally, how do these experiences contribute to changing society? With the volunteers and partners of the Pépinière de Frères des Hommes (support for project promoters), we thought about it: discover their voice and enter the discussions! This debate is also proposed Friday (p.31) and Sunday (p.48)

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FORUMS 17h to 19h

Right to housing and right to live in the city. Against the financialization of housing Amphi 2

Housing and land, common property or safe of global finance? This is the ongoing struggle in our cities, an international struggle, as large cities and their surroundings are the prey of real estate predators. As in all of Europe, social housing, a common property, is threatened and attacked. Hitherto spared, the HLM in France are in the viewfinder of Macron with the law ELAN, as the stability of the housing, essential factor of the urban life. It implements the most hackneyed liberal theories that have led to many disasters, in Europe and around the world. "Smart City", "smart city", "metropolisation", "sustainable city", "city in transition" and other words of the speculative Newspeak, camouflage the terrible social impacts of "urban valorisation" policies, led hand in hand by the sharks of the real estate, the big finance, the state, the territorial collectivities. With the movements of inhabitants, tenants, of homeless entered resistance in many countries of Europe, but also in France and Grenoble, both in the working-class neighborhoods and in the centers, against policies of exclusion and social purification, we will shed light on the paths of ongoing and future struggles. Speakers: Jean Pierre Garnier, Jean Baptiste Eyraud, Victor Vozian, members of the European Coalition for Action for the Right to Housing and the City and other activists

Towards climate justice Amphi 1

The altermondialism has made its irruption 20 years ago. Then began a cycle of transnational mobilizations that would quickly reopen spaces Saturday 25 43 contributions of theoretical knowledge exchanges of know-how and experiences training to act convergence and construction of common initiatives for the development of alternatives to neoliberal globalization . The panorama has since darkened and gives the impression of an end of cycle. Context calls at least for a reflection on our strategies - especially in the light of mobilizations for climate justice, which have helped to change our relationship to social change - by asking, in particular, the question of limits. These struggles articulate territorial defense, international solidarity, resistance to free trade agreements, criticism of the financial system, construction of alternatives. They intertwine with issues of social, racial and gender justice. They combine demands for compensation, coercion and coercion, and innovative practices of pooling and prefiguring - with the horizon of "systemic" change. They are, in this, one of the most fertile ground of strategic and tactical innovation. Speaker: Massa Koné (Malian Convergence Against Land Grabbing and Union of Associations and Coordination of Associations for the Development and Defense of the Rights of the Poor), Geneviève Azam (Attac), Bridget Burrows (350.org) , Tadzio Müller (Rosa-Luxemburg-Stiftung)

What to do with Europe? Amphi 3

The European institutions and governments have not learned from the 2008 financial crisis and set up an authoritarian federalism with new institutional instruments to impose austerity policies and call into question Employee protection The financial markets, which have been liquidated by the ECB, remain all-powerful and can be confined in each country, and as we see with migrants, rejection of the other, xenophobia all things supported by the guidelines implemented by most European governments. After the Brexit, the financial strangulation of the Syriza government, the arrival of the extreme right in power in several governments of the countries of the Union, what strategy for the left of social and ecological transformation? Speaker: Peter Wahl, Pierre Khalfa, a representative of the Italian or Spanish social movement. Animation: Isabelle Bourboulon (journalist) What strategy of social movements against the authoritarian and neoliberal power in place? Amphi 4 How to face the offensive led by Emmanuel Macron and his government against public services, social rights and solidarity, democracy? What lessons can be learned from the past year and attempts at social resistance? Given the multiplication of attacks by the government, can we, must we gather beyond the sectoral struggles? How to operate these alliances, what are the obstacles? At the same time, this authoritarian neoliberalism is fueling the rise of nationalism and the extreme right. What strategies of resistance and struggle to adopt to face these two ideological blocks - neoliberalism and xenophobic nationalism -? Speakers: Marie José Kotlicki (UGICTCGT), Murielle Guilbert (Solidarity), Benoit Teste (FSU), Sihame Assbague (militant / Stop facies control), Gus Massiah (Crid / Ipam) Facilitation: Julien Rivoire (Attac / FSU) Saturday 25 44

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Sunday, August 26

WORKSHOPS 10h to 12h15

Popular Education in Practice (4/4) Room D 104

This last workshop aims at making you discover and put into practice the method of the "speaker of speech", whose objective is to provoke discussions and debates in the public space. After having explored the objectives of such a device and what it can (and can not afford), we will suggest you to go directly to the application by mounting a "spokesperson" in the space of summer school. Workshop related to Thursday workshops (p.12), Friday (p.27) and Saturday (p.39)! Speaker: Nolwenn Neveu, Benoit Girault, Clement Benoit, Charlotte Rivière, Cécile Hanff Organized by: Attac

The FN and the popular classes Room D 103

All the conditions are, more than ever, met for the votes Le Pen or Wauquiez progress. Liberal "modernizations" exacerbate competition in and for employment. They insure the careers, the futures. They explode the work collectives, separate, prevent between the employee is formed the common interest that yesterday showed the colleague, the young, the migrant workers, like alike. In this universe where everyone feels threatened but without taking the threat, the closest ones who have become rivals, localiza- ble, misunderstood, are worried. Thus, in popular circles, a "everyone for themselves" lives in isolation, a survival that can be combined with a feeling of helplessness. For many, FN votes come from this war of relatives against the nearest, from this war of the poor against poorer than they. But we must fight without delay against national-authoritarian ideas that are progressing. How to do? Let's discuss. Speaker: Frédéric Bodin (Solidarity), Pascal Debay (CGT), Willy Pelletier (Copernic Foundation) Organized by: Copernic Foundation, Solidaires / Visa

Audit of unemployment insurance debt, struggles, rights and incomes of the unemployed and precarious Room B 105

The Audit of the Unemployment Insurance Debt by the CADTM reveals that the debt of the unemployment insurance, pretext for the reduction of the rights of the unemployed, results from policies and is largely illegitimate. Let's demand its deletion! Stop Précarités explains how precarious workers (part-time and / or fixed-term workers) are fighting to win their rights and to perpetuate their jobs. The MNCP discusses alternatives to the RSA: "guaranteed" income for the poorest or "basic" income for all? Intervenant.es: Pascal Franchet (CADTM), Evelyne Perrin (Stop Precariousness), Marc Desplat (MNCP); Françoise Clement (Attac) Organized by: Attac, Committee for the Cancellation of the Debt of the Third World, Stop Precariousness, National Movement of the Unemployed and the Precarious, Act against Unemployment! Sunday 26 45 contributions of theoretical knowledge exchanges of know-how and experiences training for action convergence and construction of common initiatives

"Reliance" between local and national actors wishing to engage together and sustainably to prosper the initiatives "Municipalism, Transition and Territories" Room B 104

The organizations at the initiative of the two seminars on "Municipalism, Commons, Transition and Territories", must use the contributions of previous days to engage in a durable and flexible convergence to help disseminate experiences and link different local actors interested and bearers of these alternative approaches at the local level: horizontal modes of coordination and sharing, common principles, distribution of roles, priorities for a first phase 2018-2020. Organized by: Utopia Movement, CRID, CommonsPolis, Remix the Commons, Collective for a Transition Citizen, Institute of Governance Research, Beautiful Democracy, Dare to Happy Days

Struggle for Social and Public Housing Room B 102

The financialization and tacherisation policy implemented in France and in Europe also affects social housing. In France, 20% of people live in social housing and staying there is less and less guaranteed. Social housing is becoming more expensive, too often poorly maintained; evictions of tenants multiply; town planning or urban renovation operations, a pretext for genuine social cleansing, are developing ... HLMs are a commodity and their sale is encouraged by the government, even though the housing crisis is in full swing. This situation will get worse with what is provided for in the ELAN bill and, among other things, the acceleration of the sale of social housing. Faced with this, tenants are organizing and fighting to defend their rights. Testimonials and exchanges on the struggles of tenants of social housing in France and in Europe. Organized by: DAL, Residents Association 10-20 Harlequin, DAL HLM, DAL 38, European Coalition for Action for the Right to Housing and the City

The migratory crisis on both sides of the Mediterranean Room B 101

Thousands of Sub-Saharan Africans are fleeing their countries in hopes of reaching the countries of North Africa and Europe. Originally a land of emigration, the Maghreb has also become, over the years, a region of transit and emigration for thousands of sub-Saharans who flee misery and war in their respective countries. Those. those who are established in the Maghreb live in very difficult and unsupported situations. When they are not exposed to sometimes arbitrary expulsions in defiance of the human rights of migrants and refugees Organized by: Immigration Development Democracy (IDD), Association of North African Workers in France (ATMF), Acting for Change and Democracy in Algeria (ACDA), The Tunisian Federation for Citizenship of the Two Shores (FTCR) Sunday 26 46

On the way to the World Social Forum of Migrations in Mexico: Europe Latin America dialogues on migration Room B 103

The aim of this workshop is to establish a Europe - Latin America dialogue on migration issues in view of the Mexico City FSMM. We will address the causes of migration (the role of multinationals and the development model), outsourcing and the militarization of borders and the development of necro - policies that always produce more "disappeared.e .s "; in the Sahara, in the Mediterranean or on the Mesoamerican roads of exile. This workshop will also be an invitation to feed on the resistance experiences of migrant organizations and civil society not only to denounce the forced displacements produced by the neoliberal system and the violence of current migration policies, but also to to "migrate the system"; and build other possibilities through, for example, the examples of migrant migrants who are currently traveling in different parts of the world and who will be able to meet at the WSFM. Speaker. e. s: Justine Festjens and / or Braulio Moro (France Latin America) Gus Massiah and / or Glauber Serezino (Intercoll). Organized by: France-Latin America, Intercoll, CRID Sunday 26 47

contributions of theoretical knowledge exchanges of know-how and experiences training for action convergence and construction of common initiatives Digital synergy Room D 101

In recent years, numerous maps / directories / digital agendas have appeared on the web which make it possible to identify initiatives, alternatives and shared by citizens on territories. These tools are developed through the use of different technologies from the free and militant internet but are sometimes little known among them. The workshop is a time of exchange and work between these OpenSource digital projects that will focus on interconnection and interoperability for the transition and digital commons. Participation in the "Meet up carto" (p.51) Thursday at 18h highly recommended! Organized by: Transicope (Alternative Portal), Virtual Assembly, Alternatiba, MeetupCartoParis, Common Point Collective, CRID, Mycelia

Producing cooperative alternatives: they did it! and after? Room D 102

Faced with mastodons but also with individualism, citizens gather in cooperatives to produce together the energy of their territory, to manage their habitat collectively, to undertake or to set up a grocery store favoring short circuits . What are their secrets? Associate the employees, consumer. and decision makers, to involve them in the strategic choices of their business, to reclaim the work and the means of production. Cooperatives are organized in such a way that the collective interest prevails in the search for economic performance and allows everyone to rethink their link to consumption or production. Essential actresses of the ecological and social transition, they are an alternative to the dominant economic system. How are such initiatives born? How to mobilize around cooperative projects? Which day are they taking us? Speaker: Arthur Lauvergnier (The PHARES / Coopaname), Benoît Borrits (Self-Management Association), Paul-Jean Couthenx (CoopaWatt / Shared Energy), a member of Enercoop Rhônes-Alpes Organized by: The PHARES / Coopaname , Association Self-management, CoopaWatt

 

but also ... 12:30 pm • ESPLANADE STENDHAL (tables in the dining area) Committed voices: allying to change? Debate proposed by the Pépinière des Frères des hommes It is often said that going more or less far to achieve solidarity actions will change us and change the society. But in fact, how does meeting with people who live in difficult conditions make us change? What causes these changes? What changes are we talking about? Finally, how do these experiences contribute to changing society? With the volunteers and partners of the Pépinière de Frères des Hommes (support for project promoters), we thought about it: discover their voice and enter the discussions! This debate is also proposed Friday (p.31) and Saturday (p.43). Sunday 26 to 48

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MEDIA

STANDS Come meet, discuss and exchange with most of these media who will hold a stand in the community village during the Summer University. The independent media invest the Solidarity Summer University and rebels social movements and citizens. For 5 days the independent media partners will organize activities, participate in debates, hold booths at the Summer University. FRIDAY 24 SPECIAL DAY INDEPENDENT MEDIA Four workshops co-organized by different independent media:> How to reconcile journalists and working-class neighborhoods> The role of the media in mobilizing? (p.26) - social issues? The case of the new tool for counting protesters. (p.26)> Independence: an economic challenge for the media, a social issue for journalists. (p.30)> How to investigate multinationals? The case of investigations in the field of the environment. A forum (p.26)> The independence of the media, a political, economic and citizen challenge Meeting with national and local media around the major threats to their independence. (p.32) A TRAY TV AND RADIO TV Noises installs a TV set in the University. Thursday, Friday and Saturday from 13h to 16h a show will be broadcast live to debate and return on the major themes that animate this summer school. Go to the main lobby to watch live broadcasts. Every morning the program of the shows will be unveiled on a board in front of the TV set. These programs will be co-hosted by journalists from the various media partners. Radio Speaker and Radio Campus Grenoble team up to hold radio broadcasts for the duration of the event. Come and watch the live shows: Thursday, Friday and Saturday from noon to 2 pm on the forecourt of the Stendhal building. On the program: Interviews, reports, talk shows to make you live every day the best of the Summer University. The independent media area of ​​the Summer University is composed of: Bastamag, The Media, Mediapart, Politis, Silence, Radio Speaker, TV Noise, Reporter, Economic Alternatives, No Transition, The Ravi, The Postillon, Place Gre ' net, Radio Campus Grenoble. 49

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off-the-walls during the day!

Beyond the workshops, modules, forums that take place on campus, we offer an "Out of Walls" program of activities that will take place in the city. These activities are proposed mainly by local organizations, closer to the field, and will be an opportunity to participate in the Summer University differently: walk, visit, watch, debate over a coffee ... to the discovery Grenoble, its actors, its off-campus locations. We also offer in this section a program "In the evening", for those who wish to extend the day with reflective activities ... and / or festive! Have a good time! NB: these activities are proposed and self-managed by the organizers who wear them. To refer to them, they are responsible for all questions. Activities are free unless otherwise stated. The numbers in the red pills refer to the downtown map on page 59.

Thursday, August 23 9:45 am -

12.15 • RDV PLACE OF THE GRENOBLE STATION (tram A and B) Grenoble who fights

Animated walk by Solidaires 38 Militant walk through the city around symbolic places of recent struggles for the defense of local public services. The chosen route will allow to meet the collectives of employees and users on the places concerned by the struggles. Another way to see Grenoble and the stakes of its urban evolution. In connection with the module "Metropolisation in the service of whom?" From Friday 24 at 9:30 (p.21).

14H • RDV BEFORE THE TOURISM OFFICE - 14 rue de la république From the campus: tram B, dir. Presqu'ile, arr. Hubert Dubedout

Revolutionary tour Guided tour by the Grenoble Tourist Office Grenoble, capital of the Royal Dauphiné Province, is a vibrant city in the 18th century. Nobles, intellectuals, scientists and beautiful minds make this city a home for the ideas of the Enlightenment. Discover the places frequented by Rousseau, Barnave, Mounier and the famous Tiles Day, first fruits of the French Revolution at work. For up to 30 people • mandatory registration at the 14H campus info point • MNEI (nature and environment house of the Isère) 1 pl. Bir Hakeim From the campus: tram c direction "seyssins-prism", stop "city hall"

Cabaret de la Crise Spectacle created by the company Canopée For 40 years, the crisis has been on everyone's lips, to the point of becoming a sort of catch-all for the paradoxes of our time. This story has enormous theatrical and comic potential: it is a true epic of the crisis looming on the world stage. The sketches of the Cabaret de la Crise were conceived from specific sources (articles, documentaries, books of economics and social sciences, natural sciences) in a wide variety of styles: dialogues, songs, monologues, slam, choreographies etc. Our goal is not to impose a precise message, but to show the points of view of the different characters, with their paradoxes and absurdities.

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6 JAY STREET From the campus: tram B, direction "Presqu'île" "Alsace-Lorraine" stop (allow 30 minutes of transport) Right to housing for all and fight against evictions discussion led by DAL, DAL 38, European Coalition for the Right to Housing and the City, No Vox, Copaf In 10 years, almost a million tenants have received a deportation order in France. A growing trend favored by rising rents, stagnant cost of living, austerity policies and gentrification processes. A trend that is not only haphazard but is found at European and global scales, as shown by a recent UN report on the financialization of housing. Faced with this phenomenon, what are the resistance, the means of action here and elsewhere for the right to decent housing? How to coordinate with the other basic movements that exist on this subject? It is around these experiences, both at the level of the observation and the struggles, that we will exchange during this workshop. 18H

• BAR THE TRANKILOU - 42 bd joseph vallier Campus: tram C, direction "Seyssins - The Prism", stop "Vallierdocteur Calmette" (30 minutes of transport) Meetup Carto A Carto meetup is a space of digital and real exchange where Project leaders can present their ideas, solutions or needs to a community of cartographers. The objective of this Carto meetup is to present the projects before the Sunday morning "Digital Synergy" workshop (p.48) where we will work directly on the interoperability of the different platforms.

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Friday, August 24

10H • PARTICIPATORY GROUP HABITAT THE PASSAGE - 23 rue Claude Génin From campus: line C5 arr. Saint-Augustin Visit of a group housing participative Meeting-discussion with a resident of the place, member of the board of association Les Habiles (iserois habitats free and solidarity) Participate in the design and collective management of his place of life? Mutualize spaces and equipment with your neighbors? To cultivate mutual aid and solidarity on a daily basis? The 5 families living in PasSage made these choices, through their participative housing project realized in 1995! They open their doors to introduce you to this place, its collective functioning and the local movement of the participative habitat. For up to 20 people • mandatory registration at the Campus Info

10H • RDV PLACE NOTRE-DAME (next to the Fountain) From the campus: tram B, dir. Presqu'ile, arr. Notre-Dame Museum BDS strolling in the city center of Grenoble Organized by the Grenoble Coordination of the BDS campaign Walking in the city center of Grenoble to discover the emblematic places of the collaboration of French companies with the regime of Israeli apartheid. Talking in front of different places, interpellations, distribution of leaflets to passing citizens. In connection with the workshops "French companies complicit in the Israeli colonization of Palestine" from Thursday 23 to 9:30 (p.13) and "France / Israel, the security state in question" from Saturday 25 to 14:15 (p.42 ) off-the-walls day 51 14H •

6 JAY STREET From the campus: tram B, dir. Presqu'ile, arr. Alsace-Lorraine (approx. 30 min) Living and living differently Reflection animated by DAL, Halem, Collectif rue Jay ... The ZAD who have distinguished themselves in France at Notre-Dame-des-Landes or at Sivens proposed models alternatives, but also different ways of living. In line with the fight led by Halem, for the rights of people living in light and mobile habitat. In town too, faced with the high cost of rent, the difficulty of housing, or by choice of collective life and claim against gentrification, some people choose to live in squats. We propose to reflect on these alternatives, the ways to develop them and preserve them.

2:45 pm • RDV BEFORE THE RESTOS OF THE HEART Saint-Bruno district, corner of Nicolas Chorier and Parmentier Africa-Europe: the dream in exile Promenade sound animated by Modus Operandi Equipped with headphones, the public is invited to walk according to the indications of the radiophonic object diffused in the ears. This walk is conceived from the sound material gathered in a radio workshop which takes place in the French classes of the association Home asylum seekers. The exiles choose subjects around which a radiophonic work is then collectively carried out: interviews, sound recording, statements ... In order to continue the debates put on listening in the walk, we then propose an exchange between the public and the participants in the project. For up to 25 people • mandatory registration at info@modop.org • You must have a smartphone or MP3 player, and headphones. Please let us know when you sign up if you need to be loaned.

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Saturday, August 25

10H • RDV BEFORE THE TOURISM OFFICE OF GRENOBLE 14 rue de la république. From the campus: tram B, dir. Presqu'ile, arr. Hubert Dubedout Revolutionary Tour Visit by the Tourist Office of Grenoble Grenoble, capital of the Royal Province of Dauphiné, is a city in effervescence in the 18th century. Nobles, intellectuals, scientists and beautiful minds make this city a home for the ideas of the Enlightenment. Discover the places frequented by Rousseau, Barnave, Mounier and the famous Tiles Day, first fruits of the French Revolution at work. For up to 30 people • mandatory registration at the Campus Info Point

2.30 pm • APPOINTMENT BEFORE THE HOUSE OF CULTURE From the campus: tram C direction "seyssins-the prism", then tram A direction "Echirolles, Denis Papin", stop MC2 Walk of matriculation strolling animated by Dare feminism! 38 Go on a walk with Dare feminism! 38 in the south of Grenoble to the (re) discovery of women, illustrious or unknown, who worked in the arts, sciences, politics, sometimes at the risk of their lives, as Marie Reynoard, teacher engaged in Grenoble and resistant during the Second World War. At the end of the walk (16h), you are invited to share a snack at Parc de la Villeneuve (stop "Arlequin" tram A). Bring a snack to share! For up to 20 people • mandatory registration at the campus info point

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IT'S HAPPENING AT THE HOUSE OF INTERNATIONAL! Located on the edge of the City Garden and the historic center, formerly private mansion of Lesdiguière before becoming the Town Hall of Grenoble until its transfer in 1968 to Paul Mistral Park, the Maison de l'International is now dedicated to international solidarity activities and opens its doors for the day of Saturday, August 25: in addition to its own historical value, it is for the whole day the place of an exhibition on the work within the company Alsthom-Hydro , two wrestling conferences on the impacts of human activities on the climate as well as a theatrical reading of a social chronicle by Philippe Malone.

>>> 10H - 22H OVER WATER Exposure proposed by Attac Isère >>> 11H30 SCULPTORS OF WORLDS, THE EXPERIENCE OF A WALKER COLLECTOR Conference gesticulated played by Christian Lefaure >>> 14H THE CLIMATE IS IN THE PLATE Gesticulated conference played by Frédéric Tordo >>> 16H30 BIEN LOTI Well-off Play theatricalized by Gilles Cordier

MILITARY FESTIVITIES IN THE CITY GARDEN! A VILLAGE OF ALTERNATIVES, A BATUCADA, A FIREFUL EVENING ... The City Garden, a refreshing walk for the sweltering summer days in the "basin" of Grenoble, will be this Saturday 25 August a militant and festive place. FROM 10am, Village of alternatives organized by Alternatiba Grenoble, then evening at 19h with batucada activist, catering and concerts! (see p.55)

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off-the-walls in the evening ... Wednesday August 22

21H30 • THE COIL -42 bd clémenceau From the campus: tram C, dir. Seyssins-the Prism, arr. Grenoble, City Hall

Since we have to live together Fred Dubonnet Show Since we have to live together, we have to adjust our watches at the same time. But since the time is serious, we will have to laugh. A madman begins to think about "living together". He puts his nose in our daily lives and the notion of power. As he advances, he will carefully raise all the hares of politics, economics, our dialectics and all that kind of rub. By relying on national and international references, nobody will be spared. Moreover, who says power can counter-power and perhaps when everyone is passed to the mill, we can wonder who is the most crazy of us and how another world is possible. Make popular education joyful. This is the challenge of this show. An appointment with our misadventures, our desires and ... our zygomatic. Number of places limited to 150 - Hat price La Bobine is a cultural and associative place, both bar and theater. In addition to this representation of "Because we must live together," she will host a second show: "The Red and the Green. Impromptu theatrical and citizen to finally talk about tomorrow! ", Thursday 23 (see p.54). Adjoining the Paul Mistral Park, you can eat there and have a drink. off-the-walls evening 53

Thursday, August 23 8:30 pm • ANTIGONE - 22 rue des Violettes From the campus: tram C, dir. Seyssins / Prism, arr. Vallier - doctor Calmette Françafrique: France, firefighter pyromaniac in Ivory Coast Discussion animated by Survival 38 Presentation of the new book Survival and discussion with one of the two authors, David Mauger. 2004, violence in Côte d'Ivoire, thousands of French returnees; 2011, electoral crisis against a backdrop of civil war, the French army intervenes to restore democracy; Ex-President Laurent Gbagbo turned to the International Criminal Court: Beyond this story passed to the media filter, what do we know about the role of France in this great country of West Africa?This new "Dossier Noir" published by Survie explains it: behind a neutrality displayed, France has continued to intervene in Ivorian political life, defending its economic interests and its regional influence. From the death of Houphouet-Boigny to the fall of Gbagbo, the whole arsenal of French Africa has spread in Ivory Coast: parallel diplomacy, twisted blows, war crimes of the French army. Entry at (very) free price

21H30 • THE COIL - 42 bd clémenceau From the campus: tram C, dir. Seyssins-the Prism, arr. Grenoble, Hôtel de Ville Red and green, impromptu theatrical and citizen to finally talk about tomorrow! According to Jean Gadrey, The ecologist and the trade unionist, or the fruitful disagreement Spectabilis show, followed by a debate with the actors, members of the platform Jobs-Climate, Gaëlle Ronsin (director of publication of the review Silence!) and, subject, Jean Gadrey. The ecologist, the unionist and the speaker are in a boat. The speaker falls into the water. What's left? Each row on his side? We throw ourselves into the water to find complementarities? A playful impromptu playful and offbeat on the difficulty of navigating in troubled waters ...! A dive into the news of social inequalities, climate disruption, water management, jobs in the energy transition, blind growth, working time ... and we are not talking about tax havens ! Even by calling the scenarios "Negawatt 2017", "Afterre 2050" or the "Platform Jobs-Climate", not easy to bring closer what seems really antagonistic! Will they succeed in making their disagreement fruitful? A conference without speaker, both relevant and impertinent ... not recommended to austerity lovers. Number of places limited to 150 - Free admission

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Friday, August 24

21H • MNEI (house of the nature and the environment of Isère) 1 pl. Bir Hakeim From the campus: tram c direction "seyssins-the prism", stop "city hall" The mystery of yellow journalism Conference gesticulated by and by Philippe Merlant In the footsteps of Joseph Rouletabille, Philippe Merlant leaves to elucidate this very big and very curious Mystery: "Why are the media so often on the side of the neck, on the side of power, on the side of the powerful?" An inquiry from within, nourished by forty years of exercise of the profession of journalist. And an invitation to find ways to reconcile information and democracy. The content of this conference will be modified and enriched from the popular education workshop (awareness of theater-forum), led by NAJE Coy the same day on campus, at 12h (p.27).

FRIDAY, AUGUST 24 MILITARY FESTIVITIES AT PAUL MISTRAL PARK! A BIKE TOUR, A CLIMATE CONFERENCE, AN ENDIABLATED EVENING ... >>> 6 PM - 7 PM: ALTERNATIBA TOUR ALTERNATIBA STAGE EVENT Grenoble will be one of the 200 alternatiba tour cities: militant cyclists have been cruising the roads since 9 June to mobilize against climate change and promote concrete alternatives. Come meet them and take part in this great citizen mobilization for the climate! And join them the time of a "vélorution" (bike parade) through the city center of Grenoble (5km). >>> 19H - MIDNIGHT: FESTIVE EVENING Alternatiba and the University of Solidarity summer, citizen and rebel warm the park, but not the climate! Concerts of Kalune, La Baronesa and Tchapack! >>> 20H30 - 22H: CONFERENCE "Climate: is it already too late?" Alternatives and resistances to act concretely. Organized by Alternatiba with Solidarity Summer University, citizen and rebel.

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off-the-walls evening 54 SATURDAY, AUGUST 25

MILITARY FESTIVITIES IN THE CITY GARDEN! A VILLAGE OF ALTERNATIVES, A BATUCADA, A FIREFUL EVENING ... The City Garden, a refreshing walk for the sweltering summer days in the "basin" of Grenoble, will be this Saturday 25 August a militant and festive place.

>>> FROM 10am: Village of alternatives organized by Alternatiba Grenoble >>> FROM 7PM Batucada activist presented by the troupe of young people from Grenoble BatucaVI tet the participants of the Summer University >>> FROM 8PM Restoration and refreshments on the spot under the sounds of the instruments of the duet of singers A touch of optimism, then place to the dancing and engaged atmosphere of the group Sidi Wacho!

FRIDAY, AUGUST 24 MILITARY FESTIVITIES AT PAUL MISTRAL PARK! A BIKE TOUR, A CONFERENCE-CLIMATE, A ENDIABLATED EVENING ...

>>> 18H - 19H: EVENT ALTERNATIBA TOUR ALTERNATIBA Grenoble will be one of the 200 alternatiba tour cities: militant cyclists have been cruising the roads since 9 June to mobilize against climate change and promote concrete alternatives. Come meet them and take part in this great citizen mobilization for the climate! And join them the time of a "vélorution" (bike parade) through the city center of Grenoble (5km). >>> 19H - MIDNIGHT: FESTIVE EVENING Alternatiba and the University of Solidarity summer, citizen and rebel warm the park, but not the climate! Concerts of Kalune, La Baronesa and Tchapack! >>>

20H30 - 22H: CONFERENCE "Climate: is it already too late?" Alternatives and resistances to act concretely. Organized by Alternatiba with Solidarity Summer University, citizen and rebel. off-the-walls evening 55

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PLACE

The Summer University takes place on the campus of the Université Grenoble-Alpes (UGA), in the building Stendhal (1080 av Centrale, 38400 St-Martin-d'Hères) located in the middle of the university domain. Public transport Leaving the Stendhal building, you have in front of you - just on your right the stop "University Libraries" lines B and C of the tramway. To reach the hyper-center, take the line B, direction "Presqu'île" and get off at the stop "Victor Hugo". (Do not forget to compile your ticket on the platform: there is no way to compile your ticket on the trams). All the information relating to the public transport of the Grenoble conurbation is available on the website www.tag.fr Tickets at the preferential rate "congress" are on sale at the info point in the North hall of the building. Accommodation The U-Cities (Fauré and Residence West) are located on the campus, within walking distance in about ten minutes. Access to the Youth Hostel (10 avenue du Grésivaudan, Échirolles) from the campus requires the use of motorized transport; as well as to join the boarding school of Roger Deschaux High School (5, rue des Pies, Sassenage). All of your journeys to rejub from the campus a place of activity of the Summer University (accommodation, workshops, parties, departure in walking ambulant ...) can be found on the map at the info point. Children's Area 4-12 years old In the Acts room (located on the ground floor in the Stendhal building), two animators welcome the "clean" children who will be entrusted to them (within the limits of the standards of the This reception of children is an experimentation in the Summer Universities and other militant meetings We thank the Francas of Isère to make it possible.We leave it to the animators of the place of you give the latest information and up-to-date information (times, instructions ...) Hours: Wednesday 16h30 - 19h /// Thursday, Friday and Saturday 9h - 19h /// Sunday 9h30 - 15h /// meal time not included / // provide a snack Breakfast for breakfast: free breakfast at the bar: the profits will be donated to the migrant support groups For lunch: a set of itinerant catering points is present on the premises. esplanade in front of the Stendhal building and offers 1 2 00 meals each afternoon as well as snacks in the evening. Varied formulas at rates that we wanted affordable. Scheduled vegetarian options