GTI FORUM


Across the globe, organizations and movements are active on a full range of issues, but efforts remain fragmented. To chart a new course, we need to bring together diverse groups under a canopy of shared vision and purpose. Our recent survey of the Global Movement Landscape identifies scores of endeavors working to enhance coherence across separate struggles. This Forum introduces some of these critically important initiatives.
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Experiments in Movement Unity

Landscaping transformative initiatives

Experiments in Movement Unity

Opener

Global Tapestry of Alternatives: Weaving Transformative Connections

Opening Essay

Ashish Kothari & Shrishtee Bajpai

Neema Pathak Broome

ICCA Consortium:
Indigenous Peoples’
Territories of Life

Neema Pathak Broome

Halina Brown

SCORAI: Advancing
Sustainable Consumption

Halina Brown

Andreas Bummel

UN Parliamentary
Assembly Campaign:
Toward Global
Democracy

Andreas Bummel

Vlad Bunea

Degrowth Collective:
Limits and Opportunities

Vlad Bunea

John Bunzl

Simpol: Simultaneous Transnational Policy

John Bunzl

Sam Crowell

Earth Charter
International: From
Document to Movement

Sam Crowell

Noemi Gal-Or

Convivialist International: The Art of Living Together

Noemi Gal-Or and Alain Caillé

Martha Giraldo

MINGAnet: Networks
of Knowledge and Care

Martha Giraldo

Tim Hollo

Global Greens:
A Party and a Movement

Tim Hollo

Steven Klees

The Alternatives Project: Rethinking Education

Steven Klees

Jeremy Lent

Deep Transformation
Network: Becoming
Change Catalysts

Jeremy Lent

Michael Löwy

Global Ecosocialist
Network

Michael Löwy

Gustave Massiah

ATTAC: Challenging
Neoliberalism

Gustave Massiah

May First

May First Movement Technology:
Digital Radicalism

Melanie Bush, Jes Ciacci, Alice Aguilar, and Estrella Soria

Francine Mestrum

World Social Forum:
How It Can Survive

Francine Mestrum

Sebastian Ordoñez Muñoz

War on Want:
Linking Environment
and Justice

Sebastian Ordoñez Muñoz

Helena Norberg-Hodge

Local Futures:
The Power of
Decentralization

Helena Norberg-Hodge

Heikki Patomäki

DiEM25: Democracy
in Europe and Beyond

Heikki Patomäki

Alessandro Pelizzon

Global Alliance for the Rights of Nature

Alessandro Pelizzon

Yavor Tarinski

Transnational Institute of
Social Ecology:
Transformation from Below

Yavor Tarinski

Brian Tokar

Institute for Social
Ecology: Reclaiming
Utopianism

Brian Tokar

Stewart Wallis

WEALL: Wellbeing
Economy Alliance

Stewart Wallis

Selvi Adaikkalam Zabihi

The Baháʼí Experience:
Religious Community
and Social Change

Selvi Adaikkalam Zabihi

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Core GT Texts
The emergence of an organic planetary civilization has become both possible and necessary. What would it look like? How do we get there?

The classic essay on our planetary moment, global scenarios, and pathways to a just, fulfilling, and sustainable future.