Total Glokal

In der Veranstaltungsreihe "Total Glokal" greift das ifa aktuelle Fragestellungen zur Wechselwirkung von Globalem und Lokalem auf und richtet die Aufmerksamkeit auf positive Beispiele der Kooperation, eigene Gestaltungsspielräume und soziale Innovationen.

In einer Zeit, in der sich immer mehr Menschen Globalisierungseffekten und deren Kehrseite hilflos ausgesetzt fühlen, wird transnationale Zusammenarbeit noch wichtiger. Welche Rolle spielen Städte für die Entwicklung zukunftsträchtiger Lösungen? Reicht unser Empathievermögen? Worauf können und worauf sollten wir uns vorbereiten angesichts einer absehbar noch weiter zunehmenden globalen Dynamik? Internationale Expertinnen und Experten diskutieren mit Akteuren und Akteurinnen und dem Publikum vor Ort.

Kooperationspartner

Die einzelnen Veranstaltungen der Reihe werden mit unterschiedlichen Kooperationspartnern durchgeführt. Dazu zählen unter anderem das BMBF- und DAAD-Netzwerk "Literary Cultures of the Global South" der Universität Tübingen, Evangelisches Bildungszentrum Hospitalhof, IZKT der Universität Stuttgart, Klett MINT GmbH, Stadt Stuttgart, vhs Stuttgart, Robert Bosch Stiftung und das Deutsch-Indische Mediennetzwerk. 

Vergangene Veranstaltungen

Web talk series: Totally Glocally - Europe from the outside

Climate change with the resulting global warming is the largest and most all-encompassing global crisis of our time. As an ecological crisis it stands for the misuse of fossil fuels and the exploitation of natural life-support systems, which includes the destruction of biodiversity and irreversible damaging impact on the geological sphere. Furthermore, climate change is a geopolitical challenge. It is already stoking socio-political instability, creating migratory pressure, exacerbating global inequality, endangering human rights and putting peace in the world at risk. The economies and populations that are the main contributors to the climate crisis are least affected by the consequences. And other countries that are undergoing economic development at a later stage are demanding to use resources in a similar way to those that completed industrialisation earlier. With the European Green Deal, the EU claims for itself a pioneering role in climate protection, but does it have solutions ready that do justice to the structural inequality and unfair distribution of social, economic and political opportunities between the communities that populate the earth? How does the outside world view Europe and which expectations does this view give rise to? Which role and responsibility does Europe have?

Totally Glocally #1 | Moving beyond western discourses: frameworks for climate ethics with Bayo Akomolafe and Wolfgang Kaleck.

Totally Glocally #1 | Moving beyond western discourses: frameworks for climate ethics

Bayo Akomolafe, writer, activist and executive director of the Emergence Network 
Wolfgang Kaleck, lawyer, secretary general of the European Center for Constitutional and Human Rights (ECCHR) 

Moderator:  R. Andreas Kraemer, founder of Ecologic Institute and director of Oceano Azul Foundation

Totally Glocally #2 | Concepts for Climate Justice: How can we empower the most vulnerable? with María Fernanda Espinosa, Sushmina Baidya and Barabara Marcel.

Totally Glocally #2 | Concepts for Climate Justice: How can we empower the most vulnerable?

María Fernanda Espinosa, Richard von Weizsäcker Fellow at the Robert Bosch Academy, diplomat and politician
Barbara Marcel, artist and filmmaker
Sushmina Baidya, fellow of the CrossCulture programme (CCP), Co-Founder of YOUTHive Nepal 

Moderator: R. Andreas Kraemer, founder of Ecologic Institute and director of Oceano Azul Foundation

Totally Glocally #3 | Migration and climate crisis: challenges and perspectives with Parag Khanna, Kumi Naidoo, Fatema Tuz Johoora and Olfa Jelassi.

Totally Glocally #3 | Migration and climate crisis: challenges and perspective

Parag Khanna, global strategy advisor and author
Kumi Naidoo, Richard von Weizsäcker Fellow at the Robert Bosch Academy, human rights and environmental activist
Fatema Tuz Johoora, alumna of the ifa CrossCulture programme (CCP), activist for youth empowerment
Olfa Jelassi, alumna of the ifa CrossCulture programme (CCP), expert on gender, women's rights, and climate change 

Moderator: R. Andreas Kraemer, founder of Ecologic Institute and director of Oceano Azul Foundation

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