On November 17th 2016, the RLC Lund invited several scholars and small-scale farmers from different countries to discuss the issues posed by the current global food system. Questions of how and by whom food is produced as well as how it is distributed were among the topics of interest to the participants and experts. The event was attended by the RLA Laureate Pat Mooney, representatives of La Via Campesina like Torgny Östling, the Rural Women Assembly, and the human rights group Evidence, among others.
Between July 10th and August 7th 2016 the second Chula Right Livelihood Summer School was held in Thailand and Bhutan. Divided into two parts, the first part took place in Bangkok, Thailand, on July 10th to 23rd , while the second part of the Summer School took place in Bhutan July 24th to August 7th. The Summer School was organised by the Chulalongkorn University, the Sathirakoses Nagapradipa Foundation (SNF), the Royal University of Bhutan (RUB) and by Dr. Timmi Tillmann (RLC), based on a MoU between these institutions.The Chula Summer School was divided into two parts.
Participants from all over the globe participated at the Summer School in Bangkok and Bhutan. Chula Right Livelihood Summer School is a platform to bring together the Right Livelihood Award Laureates, policy practitioners, academia, students and social workers to join in a co-creative learning workshop aimed at fostering the emergence of transformative leaders for change.
For further infromation on the Chula Right Livelihood Summer School please have a look into the video, which was uploaded recently:
Previous articles on the CHULA Right Livelihood Summer Schools can be recalled here.
Please watch the video in Spanish language here: