The project sheds light on the impact of the hegemonic neoliberal model on territories from a “sustainable-human-developmental” and “local-human-developmental” viewpoint.
Four fields of impact are being studied: access to the land, gender-inequality, sustainability, and cultural identity in Tolima and Caquetá – Columbia; Cabo Delgado and Maputo – Mozambique; and Urdaibai – Basque Country.
It is an international cooperation project executed in cooperation with the NGO “Gernikatik Mundura”.
In this second phase of the project we will focus on the so called capital vs. life conflict. We live in a World where the market stands in the way of a sustainable way of life. Therefore we will accompany two new local processes: Maputo (Mozambique) and Caquetá (Columbia).
This project took place in three different territories: Cabo Delgado (Mozambique), Cajamarca-Tolima (Columbia) and Urdaibai (Basque Country). There were two objectives: The first one was seeking to deepen the knowledge of the impact of transnational companies through an investigation, formation and action process. The second objective being to construct pedagogical material from a local/global viewpoint and with emphasis on human rights to strengthen resistance and show alternatives.