Intercoll Presentation

Intercoll is an open space for the development and confrontation of social and citizen movements. It is run by individuals linked to those movements, and by anyone who is involved in social struggles and mobilizations. Intercoll aims to contribute to the gradual emergence of a new "international collective intellectual" from the reflection of movements and networks of research and public education related to them.
Intercoll aims to create an international and multicultural space. The website operates in six languages. The articles will all offer a brief summary of ten ligns in the 6 different languages. Seven steps will be implemented:

  • The wall of questionings that will arise or should be asked by the social movements.
  • Partner websites from several regions and on several themes.
  • Working groups on proposed and selected themes.
  • Mobilizations and citizen actions proposed by our partners.
  • An ongoing survey on the social movements’ strategy.
  • Texts published by other websites and selected by Intercoll for their interesting perspective.
  • Events, seminars, conferences, various events in which Intercoll takes part.

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  • Presentation Renanosoma

    Partners | , by Renanosoma

    Research Network in Nanotechnology, Society and Environment - RENANOSOMA. This network is composed by people who dedicate themselves to the study of the relations between nanotechnology, society and environment in a multidisciplinary vision.
    This network is composed by people who dedicate (...)

  • Working groups Rights of Indigenous Peoples

    Presentation of the working group | , by Aurélie Journée-Duez

    Since 1992, the “500 Years of Indigenous, Black and Popular Resistance” Campaign and the Rio Earth Summit, Indigenous Peoples are more and more represented in the different Social Forums, the counter summits and the international meetings. They bring their own worldview and another way of seeing it and perceiving it. Their unique relationships to the land, their territories, and the environment, are some assets in order to create a new society, full of social and climate justice. It is time to listen to them and support them in the defense of their rights in a decolonial perspective and in the building of another future. These are the reflections, goals and reclaims, that the working group “Rights of Indigenous Peoples” by Intercoll, wants to highlight, put in on common and support.

  • Partners Committee of Solidarity with Indigenous Peoples of the Americas (CSIA-Nitassinan)

    Partners | , by CSIA-Nitassinan

    The Committee of Solidarity with Indigenous Peoples of the Americas (CSIA-Nitassinan) is an organization created in 1978 upon the request of Indigenous delegates that gathered together for the first time at the UN in Geneva, Switzerland. They came in to reaffirm their existence, reclaim and defend their rights in international institutions. The CSIA is also the Group of Solidarity with Leonard Peltier, Sioux/Anishinaabe political prisoner in jail for 43 years in the USA.

  • Working groups Indivisible justice: Why supporters of Palestine must stand with other oppressed communities

    Articles of the working group Palestine | , by Agence Média Palestine, Middle East Eye, Nada Elia

    Intersectional struggles and solidarity hinge on the understanding that we are enmeshed in a global web, that justice is indivisible, and that if we do not stand together across arbitrary borders of nation-state, religion, ethnicity and sexuality, then we are part of the problem.

    The necessity to denounce and oppose all forms of racism, sexism, xenophobia, classism and more must inform the activism of POOPs (Progressive only in relation to Palestine), who need to understand that Palestine is not an exception, and that linking it to other struggles is not a dilution, but critical engagement. It must also address to the large percentage of liberals ho are afflicted with PEP. They are progressives except in relation for Palestine.

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