Systemic Social Change

Building an eco-system of communities who are empowered through dialogue, praxis and critical reflection. Who through that understand how to act at a causal level on world issues (rather than the symptoms of world issues). Developing communities who understand how to break down existing power structures which dehumanise and how to cultivate and build new systems which humanise and benefit both socially and environmentally.

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by Julene Siddique
Created on 14 Apr 2020

This is based on implementation Paolo Friere's 'Pedagodgy of the Oppressed'.

We will be looking to train 'Critical Educators' and 'Animatours' as well a work with Protagonists for the development of critical and radical communities.


The Radical Agenda includes:

1. Voicing Values (Socio-environmental)

2. Making Critical Connections

3. Critiquing and dissenting

4. Imagining Alternatives

5. Creating Counternarratives

6. Connecting and Acting

7. Cooperating for a Common Good


More to come!




Mon, 05/04/2020


Culture and Socio-Systemic Strategies


My Panel on Culture and Socio-Systemic Strategies.


Taking Critical and Radical Action to Global Leadership 21. An initiative between UN Office Geneva and World Academy of Art & Science. How we can help solve our global crisis. Panelists:

Peter Joseph - author of The New Human Rights Movement: Re-Inventing the Economy to End Oppression

Margaret Ledwith - author of Critical and Radical Community Development and Emeritus Professor of University of Cumbria

Gitta Peyn - co-founder of FormWelt future of human and artificial intelligence