[WSMDiscuss] Fwd: [REDlistserve] New article on Radical Ecological Democracy website - "Salween Peace Park" - A place for all living things
ashishkothari at riseup.net
Tue Jun 2 16:58:21 CEST 2020
This article on a remarkable initiative in Myanmar, may be of interest.
See also Hal Rhoades' message below with additional links; Hal is copied
here, as is local activist Paul Sein Twa, for anyone wanting more
information (do not write back on full lists please).
(sorry this being marked again on RED list, for the additional
information and local contacts).
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Subject: [REDlistserve] New article on Radical Ecological Democracy
website - "Salween Peace Park" - A place for all living things
Date: Sun, 31 May 2020 01:51:55 -0400
From: Pallav Das <dpallav at gmail.com>
To: RED listserve <radical_ecological_democracy at googlegroups.com>,
vikalp-sangam-list at googlegroups.com
A new article, "Salween Peace Park- A place for all living things", has
just been uploaded on the Radical Ecological Democracy website. This is
the fourth in our solidarity series with "Yes to Life, No to Mining"
Network. In this article, the "Karen Environmental and Social Action
Network" (KESAN) of Myanmar takes us to the “Salween Peace Park” where a
successful initiative is charting a path away from destructive development.
Please take a look and join the discussion.
This new story
(see plain text version below), released today in Radical Ecological
Democracy, may be of interest. In it the Karen Environmental and Social
Action Network tell the story of the Salween Peace Park and their
efforts to build a future based on their traditional values and
governance systems, free of extractivism and violence.
In KESAN's words /"the Salween Peace Park is federal democracy in action."/
* Watch a short film about the Peace Park here:https://vimeo.com/324940996
* Read a longer, interactive version of the story here:
The story was been produced as part of an ongoing
storytelling-partnership between the Yes to Life, No to Mining Network
and Radical Ecological Democracy, following the efforts of communities
building post-extractive futures from Colombia to Finland. You can find
the stories in this series here.
Please share widely!
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