22 December, 2020

Let us introduce you to the Global Justice Capsules!

A project by SCI Catalunya

The Capsules for Global Justice are a set of formation resources that will help you dive into the different axes of global justice. Through these materials, you will begin to understand the world in the light of structural inequalities, conflicts, discrimination, and violations of rights, but also the responses of civil society from a nonviolence point of view.

In each capsule, you will find a downloadable PDF document with analysis, resources, and independent work exercises to encourage critical thinking.

At the moment, there are five capsules available that deal with the culture of peace, forced displacement, gender and peace, the role of young people for peace, and peace strategies in Catalonia. Each of them has a video with expert keys on each topic that complement and highlight the most important ideas.

The intention of the capsules is to have an online training space available to anyone who wants to go deeper and find alternatives to get involved in proposals for activism or support for organizations or groups that work towards global justice. This space will be expanded with more materials and themes.

All the material has been developed by the SCI in collaboration with  l’Escola de Cultura de Paul’Etnogràfica and l’Observatori del deute en la Globalització (ODG).

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