Welcome to the first spring semester session of the Café com Paulo Freire podcast! This episode we focus and reflect on the conference “The Polictical Ecologies of the Far Right” that was held in Uppsala January 2024.
Join us at CEMUS in our pop-up recording studio where we will provide coffee and tea, if you are with us online brew up your own coffee and put the kettle on, welcome!
When: January 24 kl. 14.15-15.30 CET
Where: CEMUS Library, Geocentrum, Villavägen 16, see map here https://link.mazemap.com/gVZ978v2
In collaboration with Studiefrämjandet, Litteraturcentrum and Café com Paulo Freire International.
Ryan Carolan PhD student at Swinburne University of Technology, Melbourne, Australia.
Emmy Iwarsson PhD student at Department of Earth Sciences, Natural Resources and Sustainable Development.
Kosma Lechowicz PhD student at Department of Earth Sciences, Natural Resources and Sustainable Development.
Café com Paulo Freire – Learning, Life and Liberation – podcast
Are you teacher in search of more inclusive and democratic ways to engage your students? Armchair digital activist looking for real-world change-making processes and community? Or just curious about the connection between coffee, student-led education, Freire and today’s interconnected emergencies? Then this is the podcast for you!
During the autumn 2021 in connection with the celebration of Paulo Freire’s 100th anniversary CEMUS started an online and Uppsala based Café com Paulo Freire series, inspired by the international concept with the same name and convened by Azril Bacal and Daniel Mossberg. Read more here: www.cemus.uu.se/cafe-paulo-freire
From October 2023 we are back with Café com Paulo Freire as a recorded podcast where you can join us live in studio here in CEMUS Library or online, or listen when you want to!
Azril Bacal is CEMUS affiliate with a lifetime of experience and knowledge Paulo Freire, education, research and activism.
Daniel Mossberg is lead outreach coordinator at CEMUS with a wide range of firsthand experience of student-led education, universities work for and against sustainability and conversations on existential issues, big and small.