The current issue of Future-Makers features Community Economies Research Network (CERN) member Bhavya Chitranshi and her research with Eka Nari Sanghathan (or “single women’s collective”).
As reported in Future-Makers, in 2013 Chitranshi moved to Emaliguda in eastern India to immerse herself in the…
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We comment on Bruno Latour's post-COVID futures essay and his book on terrestrial politics with reference to Aotearoa New Zealand and grounded Indigenous politics of place. We seek postcapitalist possibilities in a number of key events of 2020.
This report outlines two approaches to assessing the intentions and outcomes of the non-governmental organisation, Life in Vacant Spaces (LiVS), in Ōtautahi Christchurch. Ōtautahi Christchurch presents a useful case study for wellbeing as it continues to recover from the physical and psychological trauma of earthquakes.
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