Ecosocialist School 2023
ENG/CAS 2 languages
Saturday 18 November 15.00 Introduction to the school
Sunday 19 November What's Ecosocialism? ESS 2023. 1
Alex Merlo – CAS - conf
Monday 20 November Introduction to our critical Marxism - Ian
- Our experience of oppression and exploitation – alienation, dialectics and materialism.
- The development and history of capitalism – structure, progress and class.
- The collective struggle against capitalism – labour, exploitation and communisation.
Tuesday 21 November Introduction to the Marxist critique of political economy. 3.
Alex Merlo - CAS - conf
Wednesday 22 November China, the rise of a new imperialism. 4.
Alex dJ - ENG
- The metamorphosis of the People's Republic of China
- Capitalism in the PRC
- A new imperialism
Thursday 23 November Imperialism and geopolitical disorder. 5.
Joseph ENG - conf
Friday 24 November Palestine and international solidarity. 6.
Joseph ENG - conf
Saturday 25 November LGBTIQ movements and liberation- Olivia 7
– Capitalism and LGBTIQ oppression.
– LGBTIQ theories and struggles.
- The Left in LGBTIQ struggles.
Sunday 26 November - Free day
Monday 27 November Women's movements fighting for gender and sexual liberation. 8.
Tuesday 28 November What is the Working class. 9.
Uraz FRE - conf ENG
Wednesday 29 November The struggle against the far-right. 10.
Thursday 30 November Women and Capitalism / Women's lives in capitalism / The social role of women in capitalism. 11.
Friday 1 December Climate crisis and the need for social transformation. 12.
Saturday 2 December Debt: a tool of neocolonialism. 13.
Sunday 3 December Free day
Monday 4 December Long waves in contemporary capitalism. 14.
Daniel CAS - conf
Tuesday 5 December Anti-racism. 15.
Wednesday 6 December Social movements and struggles in Latin-America. 16.
Ana Cristina (recording, CAS)
Thursday 7 December Transitional program and the struggle for social transformation: transitional strategies in the struggle for socialism. 17.
Brais CAS - conf
Friday 8 December The strategic role of internationalism and the need for an international. 18.
Penelope Duggan ENG - conf
Saturday 9 December Evaluation, cleaning
Structure of the day
9.30-10.00: Lecture part 1
10.10-10.40: Lecture Part 2
10.50-11:20: Lecture Part 3
11.30-12.15: Questions and answers
12.15-14.45: Lunch and time for individual reading
14.45-16.15: Discussion in language groups
16.30-17.10: Final discussion starting with reports from the groups. Part 1
17.20-17.50: Final discussion. Part 2
18.00-18.30: Country Report
20.00: Evening meal