Resist Hope Invent Another World is Possible

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Table of Contents,OVERVIEW CALENDAR 1,GENERAL PRESENTATION 3. OBJECTIVES 3,CORE ISSUES 3,FOCAL AREAS 4,PRACTICAL QUESTIONS 8. LOCATION OF ACTIVITIES 8,REGISTRATION AND HOUSING 8. LANGUAGES AND TRANSLATION 8,PROGRAM OVERVIEW 9,MONDAY AUGUST 8 JEAN DE BREBEUF COLLEGE 9. 8 45 OPENING OF THE WFTL AND TRADITIONAL MOHAWK CEREMONY 9. 10 00 PLENARY DECOLONIZING THE CHURCHES AND THEOLOGIES SPIRITUAL PERSPECTIVES AND. QUESTIONS OF THE INDIGENOUS PEOPLES 9,1 30 WORKSHOPS 10.
Workshop 1 Overcoming violence Eco Liberation and Interreligious Dialogue 10. Workshop 2 Interculturality African perspectives and Afro descendents 10. Workshop 3 The Decolonial Turn and the option for indigeneity 10. Workshop 4 Deconstructing Representations that Produce Oppressions 11. Workshop 5 Concealing Feminist and Gender Perspectives 11. Workshop 6 The green pages of the Bible 11, Workshop 7 Voluntary simplicity as a compas for another world that is possible 11. Workshop 8 Food Security and the Presence of the Church in Solidarity 11. SUMMARY OF INDIVIDUAL PRESENTATIONS IN WORKSHOPS ON AUGUST 8 12. Workshop 1 Overcoming violence Eco liberation and Interreligious dialogue 12. Teolog a de la Eco Liberaci n 12, Por una espiritualidad macroecum nica del Pluralismo y Di logo intercultural y. interreligioso para otro mundo posible 12, La hospitalidad es el alma de la religi n el reto de la superaci n de la hostilidad y de la. creaci n de la hospitalidad 12, Workshop 2 Interculturality African and Afro descendent perspectives 13. Aloune Diop et le dialogue interreligieux 13, Genre migrations et interculturalit pour une justice relationnelle 13.
Interculturalidad migraci n y resiliencia cultural 14. Workshop 3 The Decolonial Turn and the option for indigeneity 14. Resurrection of Jesus as Resurrection of the Ancestors A Hermeneutic Prologue to. Epistemic Decoloniality in Christian Theology 14, The Blues Black Folk Blues Blues Epistemology and the Quest for Trans Plantation. Humanity 15, Un settling Relations within the Colonial Difference Epistemic Disobedience and a. Theology of Aurality and Healing 15, Workshop 4 Deconstructing Representations that Produce Oppressions 15. Jueces 19 Relectura indecente a partir de un caso paradigm tico en M xico 15. Agir comme Abraham qui se soumet ou comme Dieu qui sauve le fils 16. D coloniser Kateri Tekakwitha 16, Workshop 5 Concealing Feminist and Gender Perspectives 17. Comment le f minisme islamique peut contrer la triple occultation des femmes. croyantes musulmanes au Qu bec 17, Conjointes de m me sexe au sein du christianisme quelques pistes lib ratrices 17.
Workshop 6 Les pages vertes de la Bible 17, Workshop 7 Voluntary Simplicity as a Compass for Another World that is Possible 18. Un autre sens de la pauvret pour vivre autrement 18. Workshop 8 La s curit alimentaire et la pr sence solidaire de l glise 18. 3 30 PM PLENARY TRANSFORMING KYRIARCHAL RELIGIONS AND THEOLOGIES FEMINIST APPROACHES 19. 5 20 BOOK LAUNCH NOUS SOMMES LE TERRITOIRE WE ARE THE TERRITORY BY GROUPE DE. TH OLOGIE CONTEXTUELLE QU B COISE GTCQ QUEBEC CONTEXTUAL THEOLOGY GROUP 20. 5 30 PM BOOK LAUNCH OF RELIGION HUMAN DIGNITY AND LIBERATION AT THE WORLD FORUM ON. THEOLOGY AND LIBERATION 20,ALL DAY MUSLIMS OF QUEBEC EXHIBITION 20. 7 30 PRESENTATION VOIX DU SILENCE VOICES OF SILENCE 21. TUESDAY AUGUST 9 22,8 30 AM 12 30 PM VISITS 22,2 PM WSF OPENING FESTIVITIES 22. 5 30 6 PM OPENING MARCH OF THE WSF 22,6 PM 11 PM GRAND OPENING OF THE WSF 22. SELF MANAGED WORKSHOPS AT THE WSF 23,COMMUNAUT S EN CERCLE AUGUST 10 11 9 AM 5 PM 23.
WEDNESDAY AUGUST 10TH 9 11 30 AM 24, Workshop 9 De quelle vision de l tat et de quel projet de soci t les politiques. d aust rit n olib rales sont elles le nom 24, Workshop 10 V rit et justice dans les coulisses du th tre de la guerre 24. Workshop 11 L Exercice des couvertures Un exercice de sensibilisation l histoire. coloniale et la r alit des peuples autochtones d ici 25. Workshop 12 Beyond Homo economicus 25, Workshop 13 La vie symbolique et la lib ration humaine une voix explorer entre les. Premi res Nations et les autres 26, Workshop 14 Nourrir et durer dans l engagement social 26. Workshop 15 Nuestros r os y nuestras monta as no se venden las comunidades. luchan por la justicia ecol gica Our rivers and mountains are not for sale communities. struggle for ecological justice 27,WEDNESDAY AUGUST 10TH 1 3 30 PM 28.
Workshop 16 Le dialogue interreligieux f ministe 28. Workshop 17 Laudato Si A Call for Change 28, WEDNESDAY AUGUST 10TH 8 PM SUR LES TRACES DE CAMILO DOCUMENTARY EL RASTRO DE. CAMILO IN THE FOOTSTEPS OF CAMILO DOCUMENTARY 29,THURSDAY AUGUST 11TH 9 11 30 AM 29. Workshop 18 Transforming Kyriarchal Religions and Theologies Feminist Approaches 29. Workshop 19 Nonviolence le fondement d un autre monde possible 30. Workshop 20 Le revenu minimum garanti Camper en dehors des murs de notre. mod le conomique 30,THURSDAY AUGUST 11TH 1 3 30 PM 31. Workshop 21 The blanket exercise an interactive exercise in awareness building about. colonial history and the reality of the Indigenous Peoples 31. Workshop 22 Les mines Impact sur la communaut locale 32. Workshop 23 A North South Dialogue on Extractivism Resistance and Alternatives 32. THURSDAY AUGUST 11TH 3 4 30 PM 33, Sur les traces de Camilo documentaire El rastro de Camilo documental 33. JEUDI 16H00 18H00 CONVERGENCE ASSEMBLY GENDERED IMPACTS INDIGENOUS WOMEN. AND RESOURCE EXTRACTION 33,FRIDAY AUGUST 12TH 9 11 30 AM 34.
Workshop 24 Construire l interculturel partir du contexte africain subsaharien. comment cr er une justice int grale 34, Workshop 25 T moins d un monde nouveau qui merge 35. Workshop 26 Our Land Our Hope Experience of Dispossession in Palestine and. Canada and Theologies Spiritualities of Liberation 35. FRIDAY AUGUST 12TH 1 3 30 PM 36, Workshop 27 Oppression and Liberation Diversity of Religious and Spiritual Perspectives 36. Workshop 28 Theology of liberation A gift to the world 37. Workshop 29 Pour sauver nos territoires un regard changer 37. SATURDAY AUGUST 13 JEAN DE BREBEUF COLLEGE 39,8 30 OPENING AND CELEBRATION 39. 9 00 PLENARY DECOLONIAL THEOLOGICAL ENCOUNTERS 39, 10 45 PLENARY THEOLOGIES AND LIBERATION THE CURRENT SITUATION 39. 1 30 EVALUATION OF THE WFTL WSF 40,3 00 SPEECHES AND CLOSING CELEBRATION 40.
5 00 50TH ANNIVERSARY OF DEVELOPMENT AND PEACE 40,ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS 41. OVERVIEW CALENDAR, Sunday Monday August 8 Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday August 13. August 7 Jean de Brebeuf College August 9 August 10 August 11 August 12 Jean de Brebeuf College. WSF site WSF site WSF site, 7 45 am Registration at Jean 9 am 6 pm Welcome Registration at the WSF 8 am Welcome. de Brebeuf College, Arrival and 8 45 Opening of the WFTL 8 30 am 9 am 12 00 9 am 12 00 9 am 12 00 8 30 Celebration. welcome for 10 00 Panel Decolonizing the 12 30 pm Self managed Self managed Self managed 9 00 Panel Decolonial. those staying at Churches and theologies Visits activities WFTL activities activities WFTL theological encounters. Jean de Brebeuf spiritual perspectives and WSF WFTL WSF WSF 10 00 Exchange. College questions of the Indigenous 10 25 Pause,peoples 10 45 Panel Th ologie et.
11 00 Pause lib ration the current situation,11 20 Panel cont. 12 15 Lunch included Lunch on your own 12 15 Lunch included. 1 30 Workshops 2 00 1 5 pm 1 5 pm 1 5 pm 1 30 Evaluation of WFTL WSF. 3 00 Pause Opening Self managed Self managed Self managed 3 00 Closing speeches and. 3 30 Panel and Ritual festivity activities WFTL activities activities WFTL celebration. Transforming Kyriarchal 17 30 WSF WFTL WSF WSF,Religions and Theologies Opening. Feminist Approaches march of the,4 45 Follow up exchange and WSF. 5 20 GTCQ book launch,5 30 WFTL book launch, 6 00 Supper included Supper on your own 5 7 pm 50th anniversary of. Development and Peace, 7 30 Presentation 7 00 11 pm Sur les traces Cultural programing of the WSF.
Voix du silence Voices of Grand opening de Camilo,Silence of the WSF. GENERAL PRESENTATION,Objectives, To hold a forum in a perspective of theology and liberation around important issues of. emancipation that are converging at this time, To share and celebrate the practices and know how of groups from Qu bec and around the. world who are engaged for justice ecology and peace. To build on the previous events of the World Forum on Theology and Liberation. To experience the encounter between voices from the global South the Fourth World and the. North keeping a critical perspective on the fact that the event is being held in the North. To experience an inclusive theological event critical of oppression systems which welcomes. indigenous and secular voices as well as spiritual and religious traditions in their multiplicity. To develop the public events of the World Forum on Theology and Liberation in the context of. the World Social Forum,Core Issues, Another world is needed Together it becomes possible This is the theme of the World Social Forum. which will take place in Montr al in August 2016 This other world is necessary urgent and already in. the making, It is needed because of the deleterious effects of capitalist imperialism and globalized neoliberalism.
which include but it is not limited to militarism and political exploitation market fundamentalism and. ideological colonization environmental crisis global human insecurity dispossession of peoples. territories along with their means of subsistence cultures and memory This dispossession is particularly. experienced by indigenous peoples by exiled populations and by forced migrants across the world. Another world is needed as we see the various and enduring effects of colonization and coloniality upon. indigenous peoples and colonized societies all over the world We also need another possible world as. many populations face religious violence, Our planetary crises express themselves in global war waged by the living against the living as illustrated. by patterns of social systems and relationships based on domination of peoples by powerful elites. patriarchy which multiplies the subordination of women and sexual minorities racial and class. stratification interreligious hate and sectarian violence fear that stirs migrants and refugees systematic. erasure of indigenous peoples violence of neoliberalism against populations in precarious situations. neocolonial societal order imposed on populations in the Southern hemisphere militarization and. destruction of the Earth, But another possible world is becoming visible in current alternative practices initiated by social and. religious actors in their indignation in their creativity in their practice of new ways of living and. especially in their intervention for constructive transformation The work of the Spirit comes to light in. anti oppressive citizens activism environmentalists pacifists solidarity with indigenous peoples. welcoming of refugees and immigrants and in many other social movements for human rights There is. room here for a liberating subversive prophetic and prospective theology New visions are emerging of. the common good with a focus on the concrete living world and its social and ethical ramifications for. affirming human interdependence exposing possibilities for new world realities and relationships and. for promoting together global peace shalom salam skennenkowa the Great Peace. In secularized societies where Christian discourses intersect with secular ones as well as with those from. other spiritual traditions a liberating theology finds its place within the World Social Forum as a practice. marked by interaction with all other discursive practices focused on work for justice life and peace. While religions are radically criticized we are committed to developing a spirituality which is socially. relevant grounded in solidarity concrete prophetic and forward looking. Rigid and divisive interpretations of spirituality and religion can be found in various contexts which fan. the flames of violence and conflict and remind us that liberating theologies are also directed at religious. and spiritual superstructures, The World Forum on Theology and Liberation is a space for sharing and celebration of the emancipatory. practices carried by the spiritual and religious traditions so often concealed by indifference. conservatism and fundamentalism,Focal Areas, 1 Indigenous peoples between Marginalization and Empowerment. Canada remains challenged in 2016 by an aboriginal presence that is over ten thousand years old but. which remains in a position of extreme marginality minimized both in mainstream history and in public. debates In Canada the Truth and Reconciliation Commission on Indian Residential Schools 2010 2015. aroused relatively little interest among non indigenous populations. However might the wind be turning Indigenous rights are being recognized at the international level In. Canada First Nations are engaged in a return to the forefront refusing to remain invisible What do. they wish to contribute to elaborating global liberating alternatives today for themselves and for all. peoples What processes of decolonization and emancipation are indigenous peoples around the world. currently developing and putting into practice, Many indigenous peoples don t consider themselves religious as such However they say their whole life.
World Forum on Theology and Liberation Montreal Quebec Canada August 8 13 2016 Resist Hope Invent Another World is Possible Final Program

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