Collective residencies / Feeling-thinking  to  weave  global  justice  / Olot


From Tuesday, 19 April 2022 to Friday, 29 April 2022

Co-director of CEHDA and Feminist political ecology practitioner
Sant Quirze de Safaja


Ana Elia is co-director of CEHDA, a Catalan-Ghanaian organization that works for migrant justice from a socio-ecological perspective. Ana Elia is interested in feminist political ecology as well as in singing, as a vehicle for interculturality. Ana Elia also take interest in the mobilization of social networks (non-virtual) as a tool to achieve collective changes that improve the our relationships with the environment and with our societies on a glocal scale.

Ana Elia is a Technical Agricultural Engineer (UPC-Barcelona) and Forestry Engineer (UdL-Lleida), has a Master's Degree in Outdoor Recreation Conflict Management from the University of British Columbia and received her PhD from the same university researching the role of social networks at empowering rural communities in Ghana that manage community ecotourism projects.


Andrea Vásquez Fernández, Magdalena Ugarte, Sara Ortiz Escalante and I will gather during our stay at Faber to think collectively and discuss about the most relevant learnings accumulated throughout our personal, academic and professional trajectories, accounting for contextual differences, so as to highlight common and other relevant challenges under the umbrella of the Social Justice-oriented grassroots work. We will approach this dialogue in an intersectional, pluriparadigmatic and interdisciplinary way and we will transpose these reflections in an publication.

During our stay, we will also co-facilitate a series of local experiences to make visible current social justice barriers, as well as to further weave intercontinental solidarity.

Notícies, articles i activitats

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