“The Bank of Development of Women: A Grassroots Tool for the Construction of a Feminist Solidarity Economy" by Nora Castañeda, president of Banmujer, former professor of public administration and economic development at the Central Venezuela University (UCV). Watch the video. Listen to the English audio file or audio file in Spanish. Read original Spanish presentation.
Angelo Hernandez (Venezuela), Barley Colello (USA), Mariela Mosquera (Ecuador) and Sascha Bercovitch (USA) are all doing a great job and having a lot of fun, too. Angelo (Ajaya) is a student at the prestigious Simon Bolivar Conservatory of Music where his instruments are the classical guitar and electric guitar.
"Prout and the creation of a socioeconomic system that reconciles justice with freedom, and which is very different from both capitalism and Stalinist type of communism" by Carlos Molina Camacho, a former National Superintendent of Cooperatives, Professor of Cooperative Law in Post Graduate courses at the Central University of Venezuela (UCV). Member of the Bolivarian Society of Venezuela. Author of several books on cooperatives and Bolivarian Values for Young People of the 21st Century. Listen to the English audio file.
Our joint SOA WATCH/MITF Venezuela delegation had the privilege of spending 3 nights at the PROUT house in Caracas. In every way, the stay was fantastic! The house itself is spacious and has many places for gatherings, reflections and just contemplating the wonderful views of Caracas and the lovely Avila mountains. Accomodations were comfortable, and because we were a small group, we each had our own room which was very nice.
Theater in Education by Ole Brekke Presentation at the Global Conference on Neohumanist Education, Universidad Central de Venezuela, Caracas, Venezuela on April 14, 2014
I am director of The Commedia School in Copenhagen Denmark, a two-year professional level theater school. I also teach classes in teacher training institutions, universities and at the graduate level. I also lead workshops with teachers in many countries. I have spent some years as a classroom teacher and with children with special needs.