The 4th Degrowth Summer School  takes place from July 29 to August 2 at the Climate Camp Leipziger Land . For the first time, the climate camp will be in a village threatened through a coal mine: Pödelwitz. At the summer school, we want to develop visions and pathways for a society and economy which allows a good life for all. A society in which Pödelwitz is not destroyed for profits but gets a free connection to public transport and where we could live together in solidarity.
In each course of the summer school, around 20 participants exchange over four days on topics suche as Participatory Economics – introduction & discussion , Good flight for all? – Utopias for a sustainable global mobility , Degrowing Europe – Fostering justice in south-northrelations? , and Post-development – Exploring existing visions from the Global South and alternatives to development cooperation . Please register if you want to participate!
Besides the courses, there will be panels around climate justice, coal, degrowth, transformation and care, as well as a cultural program with movies, music, theater and performances. Moreover, the organizing team has also prepared a program and day-care for kids. And, obviously, you‘ll get delicious collectively prepared food and enjoy the atmosphere of a self-organized camp.