South/South Movement is pleased to have their RE/THINKING THE GLOBAL SOUTH/S series back, this time in Vienna. They are looking to have a friendly conversation with peers about solidarity and what it means today, not least in the context of anti-imperial resistance movements, wars, the climate crisis, and global economic inequalities.
Given the limits and inertia of international solidarity, why is it crucial to think and act solidaristically in transnational ways? How can we genuinely confront and overcome the discomfort that may arise from building allyships between people across the so-called South/North and global souths/global easts divides? What might south-to-south solidarities look like? And, as Olivia U. Rutazibwa asks, ‘what if we took autonomous recovery seriously?’
Join South/South as they attempt to grapple with these questions at CEU Vienna. This event is made possible thanks in part to the support of the Doctoral School of Political Science, Public Policy, and International Relations. It is open to all.