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1 PROGRAMME BOOKLET

2 Dear Friends, We warmly welcome you at the Green (Ecopolitical) Summer University. This event has become a traditional feature in the Hungarian and European ecopolitical movement. This year is the 6th time we give place to more hundred interested people, lecturers and volunteers, to gain insight for 5 days into the system of ecopolitical thinking, to widen their horizon and to find new topics, projects and activity fellows. According to the traditions, our main goal is to make the ecologically conscious and for society responsible thinking and behavioral patterns as widespread as possible. This year the 2014 European Parliamentary and Hungarian elections and the European Year of Citizens give these programs their importance. Additional to the lectures, workshops and trainings about democracy, participation and interest representation we can be part of rich professional programs, in topics like animal protection, sustainable traffic and education. Our lecturers will be prominent European Parliament members, international and Hungarian public life personalities, researchers. Our special program will be the Hamlet.ws performance of the Krétakör and travelogues will be a new genre. Of course this year will have again campfires, concerts, great people and you can try participation principle in small scale, among camp conditions, because every of our camp members will be our volunteer at the same time. We are looking forward to another 5 fabulous days, we wish you a a fruitful learning expereince and pleasant time, The organizers The 6th Green Academy is organized by Ökopolitikai Műhely Foundation in cooperation with the Zöld Fiatalok, the Hungarian Member the Federation of Young European Greens, the Green European Foundation, the European Green Party, the Greens/EFA Group, Friedrich Ebert Foundation and the Free Green University. The event is sponsored by the Heinrich Böll Foundation and plenty of other private donors. 2

3 Practical information Participatory camp The Summer University is organized on a participatory basis, which means we expect everybody to help activate the life of the camp. This way during the whole duration of the camp we all are responsible for successful programmes and meal times with the organisers being simply the coordinators. Of course it doesn t mean long hours of tiresome tasks, but small ones like arranging chairs in the seminar rooms or tidying up after the workshops. We would like you to feel this camp is yours. Everything is possible but for the good atmosphere and flexible programmes we need your voluntary work as well. Tasks divided can be completed in a very short time. A small step for a man a big leap for the community. Based on our experiences we would like to stress a few rules and give a few pieces of useful, practical advice. Meal times The participation fee includes four meal times a day i.e. breakfast, lunch, afternoon snack and dinner all of which is going to be vegetarian provided by Kétker-Étkem. Food in the rooms is not advised to be stored unless you have containers with properly closing lids. Be aware of the ants. Snack bar There is a fairly priced snack bar in the camp offering beer, wine, syrup and fair trade coffee and tea. In the evenings you can enjoy waffle as well. Bathroom and lavatory use It is strictly forbidden to throw anything (panties, socks, refrigerators) in the toilets, because it will clog. We know that you know, but based on earlier experiences (clogging toilets twice every day because of glasses or clothes) it seems we can never emphasize it enough. And please, please, try to spare water and close the dripping taps! Equipment You have to take care of all equipment. If you break something or use it unpurposefully, the person causing damage has to pay for it (set the wooden house on fire, build barricade from the chairs, throw glass or take them home, etc.) Therefore we would like to ask you to take care of everything! If you can, bring your own (metal) cup, this is very practical and cool. Bring a polifoam, it is good to sit on it and you can lend it to those who would like to do yoga in the morning. 3

4 A cutlery, knife, corkscrew can be useful, we will have refundable glasses this year too. Smoking Smoking is only allowed at the places allocated for smoking. Please, do not throw away the stubs. Swimming We have heard there is quite a big bathtub of water in the proximity... Ticks and mosquitos Ticks and mosquitos may occur in the camp, please bring insect repellent, and check your skin for tick bites every day. There will be special tick tweezers at the organizers. Registration and information desk The registration and information desk will be in the center of the camp, it will be open from 9 AM to 8 PM. Valuables Please, do not bring any valuables, however we can lock them away for you. The key will be at the Information desk. The surroundings There will be a shop and bar also selling hot food and a beach. Language Some of the lectures/workshops will be in English, there will be simultaneous translation for most of the programmes. 4

5 WEDNESDAY 14:00-16:30 Rachel Carson Intercultural workshop EN (HU) 14:00-16:30 Jane Godall Amnesty International human rights quiz HU 14:00-16:30 Herman Participatory action research explained: A message from a Ottó segregated Roma community in Szeged HU 16:30-17:00 Canteen SNACK 17:00-17:15 Herman Ottó Opening of the Academy 17:15-19:00 Herman Between Technocracy and Populism: The State of Democracy Ottó in Europe 19:00-20:30 Canteen DINNER 14:00-16:30 Intercultural workshop (Rachel Carson) EN (HU) During the 'intercultural learning' workshop we will examine ourselves and our environment. The discussion and the exercises will not only be based on the norms, stereotypes and legal environment of our community (the EU and our own country), but we will also try to find answers for questions related to everyday social issues. We will closely examine different cultures, including ours and have a look at how to give legal and empathic answers for problems arising from differences. Training, Presenters: Hutvágner Zsófia, Csikós Gábor 14:00-16:30 Amnesty International human rights quiz (Jane Godall) HU This workshop is presented by Amnesty International Hungary on hate-related crimes. What is the difference between an 'ordinary' crime and a hate-crime? Why is it more dangerous if you are attacked because of your religion or color of your skin? What are the effects of these crimes? Come and discuss these important issues! Training, Presenters: Várnagy Emma, Fenyvessy Szilvia 14:00-16:30 Participatory action research explained: A message from a segregated roma community in Szeged (Herman Ottó) HU Participatory action research (PAR) is characterized by cooperation between researchers and participants with the aim of analyzing and improving a problematic situation or activity. It's explicit objective is thus to contribute to positive developments in society. The researchers use consciously forms of scientific knowledge, while continuously and regularly collaborating with stakeholders. The process does not stop at the analysis of data and the publication of results (and may not even be the main purpose of the exercise), but based on the results, the participants work together to realize the action or actions. Workshop, Presenter: Málovics György 16:30 17:00 SNACK (Canteen) 5

6 17:00-17:15 Opening of the Academy (Herman Ottó) Presenter: Temesvári Szilvia 17:15-19:00 Between Technocracy and Populism: The State of Democracy in Europe (Herman Ottó) Times are rough for democracy. The "war on terrorism" of the past decade meant a major rollback on civil liberties worldwide. In the name of combating "piracy", media giants and label owners push states to enact more and more limitations to modern communication channels that once were thought to be revolutionary instruments for freedom of opinion and civil initiatives. The economic crisis that broke out as a consequence of neoliberal deregulation and untamed consumerism has led to a radical shift in decision making from parliaments and governments to unelected and uncontrolled institutions. EU member states transfer their sovereignty to Brussels, but citizens do not gain the same level of democratic control they have in national politics. Many governments - like in Hungary - try to capitalize on anti-european resentments using populist explanations, but that only creates further support for euro-sceptic, nationalistic and extremist forces. Is the age of democracy over? How can we defend democracy against authoritarian regimes, technocratic usurpations and populist movements at the same time? Can we bring real democracy to Europe and can Europe bring real democracy to the member states? Plenary session, Presenters: Balavány György, Babarczy Eszter, Elek István 19:00-20:30 DINNER (Canteen) 6

7 THURSDAY 8:30-10:30 Canteen BREAKFAST 9:00-10:30 Herman The Digital Age: Chance or challenge for a green Ottó economy? 9:00-12:30 Jane EN GEF/FYEG campaign training for young green activists Godall (HU) 10:30-12:30 Rachel Carson Is transport as it is sustainable? 10:30-12:30 Herman How should I call you? The Second Orban Government in Ottó the Political Taxonomy 12:30-14:00 Canteen LUNCH 14:00-22:00 Outside Action training 14:30-16:30 Rachel Carson Hamlet.ws theater performance 16:30-17:00 Canteen SNACK 17:00-19:00 Herman Ottó Restarting the world of finance 19:00-20:30 Canteen DINNER 08:30-10:30 BREAKFAST (Canteen) 09:00-10:30 The Digital Age: Chance or challenge for a green economy? (Herman Ottó) What is the relation of AcrhiCAD to green construction? How does the age of information technology change people's life? Is it a new phase of the industrial revolution, or is it something else? How the contrast between knowledge-based society and the society of the industrial revolution can be conceptualized? How has the role of education changed? What is the role of talent and the competition for talented people? Presentation, Presenter: Bojár Gábor 09:00-12:30 GEF/FYEG campaign training for young green activists (Jane Godall) EN (HU) "If you want to CHANGE something, you have to DO something and the something could be a CAMPAIGN! With a set of workshops GEF together with FYEG aspire to inspire, empower and mobilize young people to debate, to plan green actions and campaigns on European level. Join this workshop and share what are your Green ideas for Europe for which you would stand up and motivate people to join you! The trainings at the CEE Green Summer Academy are part of a series of trainings organized by the Green European Foundation in partnership with FYEG. Trainers from the FYEG Campaign Team are visiting all regional Summer Camps and Academies enabling a high number of activists to receive enough knowledge and motivation in order to create and implement their own campaigns successfully. 7

8 We begin with a Motivation module where all participants will be able to get inspired and to brainstorm about their possible campaign ideas and then present them in little role plays. In the second session participants will be able to share and discuss what is their vision of a greener Europe using interactive and playful methods." Training, Presenter: Antonela Ramljak 10:30-12:30 Is transport as it is sustainable? (Rachel Carson) There is a huge contradiction between the high social costs of transport (emission of pollutants, noise and vibration nuisance, damages from accidents and health risks) and the ever growing need for motorized private mobility as well as the significant freight need of the economy. Current trends are not sustainable. Panelists will discuss what kind of transport strategy, traffic security and engineering solutions, transport alternatives or IT support can turn today's situation to a sustainable one. Workshop, Presenters: Tóthné Temesi Kinga, Veresné Szombathy Hortenzia, Hanák Tímea, Forrainé Hernádi Veronika, Bencze-Kovács Virág, Hóz Erzsébet 10:30 12:30 How should I call you? The Second Orban Government in the Political Taxonomy (Herman Ottó) The current Hungarian government is known as the so-called National Collaboration System. Their political structure and culture have been evaluated in several ways. Just to mention a few examples: the central field of force, the seed of putinism in the Hungarian democracy, misdirected or illiberal democracy, mafia state, neo-corporate or fascist system, neo-feudalism. Let's forget about the diagnoses of the literary publicists and examine it from a historical perspective. Can we even call this spectacularly fast raising course a system, or at least an era, or there is nothing else behind it just a strong-willed governmental term? At the beginning of the workshop we will try to sketch the profile of the course by involving the audience and create a common point of view about the current situation, then with the help of our historian guests we will find the most likely historical examples and locate Hungary's situation in the scale from Scandinavia to North Korea. The workshop is aimed at concentrating on the discussions about the re-establishing and expanding process rather than continuing the categorization debate. By the end of the workshop we will define the milestones for medium- and long-term actions that are needed to create a well-working, strong Republic. Seminar, Presenters: Tordai Bence, Edouard Gaudot, Pető Andrea, Csigó Péter Presenters: Vay Marci, Kalocsai Kinga, Misetics Bálint 12:30-14:00 LUNCH (Canteen) 14:00-22:00 Action- training (Outside venue) HU, EN The aim of the training is to give hands-on experience for the participants on non-violent actions and civil disobedience, which are getting more and more popular with opposition movements. How does it feel like, how to prepare and for what, and what should be taken care of so that everyone feels OK 8

9 after the action. Only determined participants are expected who attend the full training. In return the trainers offer an exciting, thorough and useful experience working together. Let's meet on the barricades! 16:30-17:00 SNACK (Canteen) 17:00-19:00 Restarting the world of finance (Herman Ottó) As Europe continues to grapple with an unprecedented financial and economic crisis and unacceptably high levels of unemployment, it is clear that there is a need for a new approach. The economic crisis has exposed the banking sector as under-regulated and badly failing to meet the real needs of society, economic or social. The failure of banks to control the risk of their businesses is one of the principal causes of the crisis and continues to make matters worse in most deficit countries. Despite benefiting from gigantic rescue programmers on tax-payers' money as well as massive longterm loans from the European Central Bank, most banks are still unwilling to lend to the real economy. In the first years of the crisis, there seemed to be a general insight in the public debate that strict rules must be introduced on risky financial products. However, the large number of EU "crisis summits" only managed to produce austerity measures further strangling the real economy, while the army of lobbyists paid by the financial industry became, once again, increasingly successful in delaying and watering down any kind of regulation that aimed to let off the steam from the financial bubble. As things stand today, even the celebrated financial transactions tax could become an toothless tiger by the time it comes into force. And the "too big to fail" banks that were main causes of the crisis are bigger than ever before. From a green point of view, it is crucial to force the financial sector to serve the real economy's needs and to function under clear and enforceable rules. However, this is not sufficient. The short-termism inherent in modern finance introduces a bias against green investments that needs to be tackled by additional reforms. Only a European wide coordination of public and private investment orientated towards the Green sector can help boosting our economy, protecting our environment and reducing social inequalities at the same time. Plenary session, Presenters: Pogátsa Zoltán, Michal Polak, Yusaf Akbar 19:00-20:30 DINNER (Canteen) 9

10 FRIDAY 8:30-10:30 Canteen BREAKFAST 9:00-10:30 Herman Switching to a sustainable economy: the concept of the Green Ottó New Deal 10:30-12:30 Herman Ottó Cooperatives and green jobs 10:30-12:30 Rachel Carson How did the specialst political market capture politics? 10:30-12:30 Jane Godall Marx on the farmers market: What the heck is ecosocialism? 10:30-12:30 Gerard Durrel Equal chances? A practical training HU 12:30-14:00 Canteen LUNCH 13:30-14:00 Herman The Iron Curtain Trail - experiencing the history of Europe's Ottós division 14:15-16:15 Jane A salary for nothing? Not so crazy as it sounds! The European Godall Campaign for the Unconditional Basic Income 14:15-16:15 Gerald Durrell Green activism: The eco-film club how-to HU 14:15-16:15 Herman Ottó Land and liberty! Farmers' movements in Europe 14:15-16:15 Rachel Carson Green activism: Cycling in decision-making 16:30-17:00 Canteen SNACK 16:30-18:30 Herman Ottó Youth and Revolution 19:00-20:30 Canteen DINNER 20:30-21:30 Rachel Carson Pepita Ofélia talks- guest edition 08:30-10:30 BREAKFAST (Canteen) 10

11 Joint conference of the Friedrich Erbert Schtiftung and the Ecopolitical Worshop Foundation: Cooperatives and green jobs 09:00-10:30 Switching to a sustainable economy: the concept of the Green New Deal (Herman Ottó) What is the problem with the current global economy? What kind of environmental and social problems are caused by the economy and what is solved by economy? Is it true that inequalities are growing nowadays and this is the sources of serious problems? How can we achieve sustainable deal in our economy? Green New Deal could work at all? Comprehensive presentation and conversation about the sustainability of the current economic system. Presentation, Presenter: Boda Zsolt 10:30-12:30 Cooperatives and green jobs (Herman Ottó) Can the green jobs especially the local small-scale agro-industrial job creation be one of the targeted way-outs from this low-level employment in Hungary? The seminar is going to look for answer that good working, small and local cooperatives could be widespread? We would like to know that cooperative model could make possible that successful communal enterprises could be established even though the local authorities are not the driving force of this process. The seminar is going to collect the national good practices and the international experiences in order to give answers to the possibility of the spread of this model. Seminar, Presenters: Heltai László, Szél Bernadett, Anne Bland, Carl Rowland, Kulinyi Márton 11

12 10:30 12:30 Marx on the farmers market: What the heck is ecosocialism? (Jane Godall) A political concept born in the 70s with thinkers such as André Gorz, ecosocialism is now booming across our continent, as the ecological, political and economic crises is revealed in the eyes of our fellow citizens as one and only one crisis. Ecosocialism is the convergence of two political movements. Firstly, socialism which developed out of the struggles of workers, though having got rid of the productivist logic and secondly, political ecology which is firmly anti-capitalist. Far from being an abstract academic theory, ecosocialism offers a practical alternative to address the ecological crisis that threatens Humanity. By defending general interest, it renews the Republican thought by offering to sovereign peoples the possibility to restore the productive system and the economy at the service of human progress and real needs. Presenters: Sophie Rauszer, Corinne Morel-Darleux, Hegyi Gyula, Bozóki András 14:15-16:15 How did the specialst political market capture politics? (Rachel Carson) EN, HU Many seem to know that politics is becoming marketized and mediatized, but less seem to be aware that political actors may see the laws of the market only vaguely. They often try to adapt to imagined and unproved market rules. These images are produced and validated by the experts of the popular media and political market. We examine with the help of a few well-known examples (the Fidesz parliamentary election campaign from 2002, the Haza és Haladás campaign from 2012 summer and the governments campaign concerning the regulation of utility prices recently), whether the images drawn by the experts of media and political market are able to distort reality, and if yes, how. Are people possibly less willing to buy the tricks of populist politics than it is suggested by those experts, who make their living from making up and analyzing those tricks, or by the politicians use them? Workshop, Presenter: Csigó Péter 10:30-12:30 Equal chances? A practical training (Gerard Durrell) HU When I was invited to the training, I thought: Blah-blah, I know everything about equal opportunities, nobody can say any new things about this topic, there will be nothing else but another boring survey, the commonplaces I had heard a thousand times Then I joined and in just 90 minutes I experienced the most amazing things My first thought was I had to bring this programme to the Summer Academy (one of the organizers) Training, Presenters: Dée-Kovács Kata 12:30-14:00 LUNCH (Canteen) 12

13 13:30-14:00 The Iron Curtain Trail - experiencing the history of Europe's division (Herman Ottó) "For almost half a century, Europe was divided into East and West by the ""Iron Curtain"", a border stretching from the Barents Sea to the Black Sea. The Iron Curtain Trail invites people to retrace and experience the former division of the continent on a 6,800 km cycle track along the length of the former border, combining European culture, history and sustainable tourism. The Iron Curtain Trail thereby contributes in a lively and very practical way to the creation of a genuine European identity. In 2005, following the initiative of Green member Michael Cramer, the European Parliament recognized the ""Iron Curtain Trail"" as a model project for sustainable tourism and called upon the Member States for support." Presentation, Presenter: Michael Cramer 14:15-16:15 A salary for nothing? Not so crazy as it sounds! The European Campaign for the Unconditional Basic Income (Herman Ottó) The idea of unconditional basic income is to recognize the dignity of every human being by providing every citizen, rich and poor alike, with a guaranteed regular salary. On top of this 'basic' minimum people can earn an income by working, just as they do now. A basic income constitutes the basis of a social security system and a dignified human existence and is supplemented by social insurances and other benefits for sickness, unemployment, and so on. A full basic income guarantees everyone the means to fulfill basic needs. Economic survival thus becomes a right, not a privilege. As a result, people would not be forced by desperation into the arms of unscrupulous employers any more instead, they will only accept work if conditions are good and pay fair. It increases individual freedom. A basic income also leads to a fairer sharing of resources and wealth, and contributes to the protection of nature and environment. This would free our society from the dire logic of profit maximization and allow us to live our lives much more purposefully, for example by allocating much more time and resources to voluntary work. The European Citizen's Initiative on the Unconditional Basic Income uses a new right of EU citizens. The ECI (http://basicincome2013.eu/) allows, since 1 April 2013, to at least one million citizens from at least seven member states to demand a change to EU law. This particular initiative is asking the Commission, to explore the Unconditional Basic Income (UBI) as a tool to improve the social security systems of the EU member states Workshop, Presenters: Herman Zita, Télémaque Masson, Misetics Bálint 14:15-16:15 Green activism: The eco-film club how-to (Gerard Durrell) HU Videos about sustainability fascinate you, but you aren't sure what to believe from them? Would you like to gather "green people" around you for some deep discussion? You don't know what is bittorrent? On the ecofilm club training we will introduce the method of organizing a film club from the very beginning, from looking for accommodation till the promotion. We will learn the secret of successful preparation for events and how many partners you need to create a long-living club that can overgrow you and become a well-working organization on its own. Training, Presenter: Gajárszki Rigó Áron 13

14 14:15-16:15 Land and liberty! Farmers' movements in Europe (Herman Ottó) Although all over Europe the situation of farmers shows significant differences, they still face similar problems and challenges. Big agro-business companies, fuel companies hungry for resources, or state stakeholders simply wanting to grab their land for different reasons often disregard the interests of local farmers. At our workshop, farmers show the diversity of their lobby movements all over Europe through French, Polish and Hungarian examples. Seminar, Presenters: Böcsödiné Zsuzsa, Vincent Liegey, Marek Kryda, Monika Tietke 14:15-16:15 Green activism: Cycling in decision-making (Rachel Carson) Riding a bike is good. Good for the person because it is easy, cheap, healthy and the wind blows your hair. Good for the city because the air will be better and there will be more space. So why is not everybody riding bikes? So why are unusable cycle paths created by EU sources? How can we encourage authorized decision-makers to take into priority the development of cycling traffic and to avoid that cycling developments will be like a lottery-wheel, in other words, real competences have to lay down the quality of cycling objects, instead of the blind chance. During the workshop we will map good practices local and global either and form a message to politicians and lobby group- in their language. Workshop, Presenters: Liptay Orsolya, Michael Cramer, László János, Mitja Kolbl 16:30-17:00 SNACK (Canteen) 16:30-18:30 Youth and Revolution (Herman Ottó) Young people across Europe have been hit hard by the multiple crises the continent is facing. Whether in Spain, Greece, Hungary, Romania or now in Bulgaria and Turkey: The youth is out on the streets to demand an end to austerity measures, an end to corrupt politics that sells out their future to international lobbies. They want to change EU policies, from education to macroeconomics to build a different EU and to reclaim their future. They demand a more democratic, solidaric and green educational system focused on creative human development. They support building a more social Europe, introducing more solidarity and equality at work, as well as shaping an inclusive society with strong local communities. But is protesting, even in the most innovative forms, sufficient? Will their voice be heard? Can today's youth movements really transform our societies and make Europe more sustainable, just and democratic? Can they turn their indignation into a true revolution? Plenary session, Presenters: Gulyás Márton, Ska Keller, Onur Fidangül 19:00-20:30 DINNER (Canteen) 14

15 20:30-22:00 Pepita Ofélia talks- guest edition (Rachel Carson) After dinner chat with Djenaba Bakary young stage director. Djenn is a French artist born and raised in Paris, who has been participating in a number of theatre project in the Balkans. What takes a French women with Egyptian and Mauritanian roots to the Balkans? And what makes her return? Which are the joint experiences and issues for a French and a Bosnian muslim? What fuels and inspires the art that builds on solidarity across cultures? Salon with Kaufer Virág, Lőrincz Éva and Djenaba Bakary 15

16 SATURDAY 8:30-10:30 Canteen BREAKFAST 9:00-10:30 Herman Ottó Democracy, our responsibility HU, EN 10:30-12:30 Jane Godall Man's war on fish: Can we avert overfishing? 10:30-12:30 Herman Ottó The culture of participation in Central and Eastern Europe 10:30-12:30 Rachel Carson Democratic solidary and green schools 12:30-14:00 Canteen LUNCH 14:30-16:30 Gerard FYEG Campaign Training for Young Green Activists - Online Durrell Campaigning EN 14:30-16:30 Herman Ottó Good governance: Democracy vs. expert knowledge? HU, EN 14:30-16:30 Rachel Carson Trade Unions in Central and Eastern Europe 14:30-16:30 Jane Godall Clicktivism or real activism? Democracy in the cyber-age 16:30-17:00 Canteen SNACK 17:00-19:00 Herman Ottó Goodbye, nuclear! 19:00-20:30 Canteen DINNER 08:30-10:30 BREAKFAST (Canteen) 09:00-10:30 Democracy, our responsibility (Herman Ottó) HU, EN When can we call a political system a democracy? When can we speak about rule of law? Of course, the question has a vast literature, but there is no consensus definition, there are no legally binding criteria in international law. Therefore, it's also difficult when international organisations such as the European Union have to decide if a state can still be called a democracy or not. In this presentation, we try to introduce to the problem, with a special reference to an ongoing example, the Tavares-report. Based on that we also will discuss, what citizens can do to defend, to improve, and to extend democracy. Presentation, Presenter: Georgia Tsaklanganos 10:30-12:30 Man's war on fish: Can we avert overfishing? (Jane Godall) Where is the truth when doctors and nutritionists are convincing us to eat more fish while green activists are drawing attention to the threat of extinction of fish populations? What can a citizen of a landlocked country contribute whose country is the last in the EU in terms of fish consumption? We will look at possible solutions and highlight the importance (beyond the dietary) of the presence of fish and other marine creatures, which are one of the last remaining wild animals hunted for consumption in large quantities. The collapse of the marine ecosystem is going to be the first ecological disaster if we do not take urgent action. According to scientists, if we maintain the pace of 16

17 fishing of seas then all edible fish will disappear by Professionals and activists will help us at our workshop to map the current status of our seas and present what the EU, the Hungarian government and NGOs are doing in order to protect our oceans. We will also discuss what we as a citizens can do to prevent the extinction of certain species. Seminar, Presenters: Eisenbeck Tamás, Kristóf Veronika, Rodics Katalin, Mihálffy Szilvia 10:30-12:30 The culture of participation in Central and Eastern Europe (Herman Ottó) EN, HU Do the citizens of the eastern part of Europe really like less democracy and the freedom guaranteed by the democratic rule of law?are they really more reluctant opportunity for political and social participation? Are our common affairs interested to only a tiny majority? Or are we maybe using different methods to realize our civic creativity? We are going to debate with our invited guests whether there is a region specialty or disparity on how we think about politics and activism differs and how the scope of civil society is determined and how participation restricts the control of state power. Workshop, Presenters: Tálos Lőrinc, Daniela Bozhinova, Csigó Péter, Egry Gábor 10:30 12:30 Democratic solidary and green schools (Rachel Carson) What is school for other than discipline, what and how could be learned instead of mugging? Is it possible to educate open, thoughtful, active citizens? Does democratic school exist and can democratic pedagogy, based on common thinking and cooperation, exist? If yes, how does it work in practice? Can a school be receptive? How can it help the succesful co-education of students with different social backgrounds, get to know each other and the social progress of children of noneducated parents? Can the school be green? From forest kindergartens to environmental education, ecoschools and animal welfare: how can sustainability become part of pedagogical practice? How does global education relate to this? We will look for the answers with our invited guests. Seminar, Presenters: Erőss Gábor, Galambos Attila, Daróczi Gábor, Kiss Virág 12:30-14:00 LUNCH (Canteen) 14:30-16:30 FYEG Campaign Training for Young Green Activists - Online Campaigning (Gerald Durrell) EN You want to learn more about using the internet to run an effective campaign, build a local group, or just to become a more effective digital activist? This training will explain campaign strategy and 17

18 tactics in the digital world and how to connect it with classical methods. Further the differences between campaigns for activists, fundraisers and politicians will be shown. Training, Presenter: Silvio Heinze 14:30-16:30 Good governance: Democracy vs. expert knowledge? (Herman Ottó) HU, EN The conception of good governance became fashionable lately. While some idealize it, others criticize it and paradoxically see the intention of weakening the state. Meanwhile the quality of governance in Hungary is low according to several indicators, furthermore it points out a decaying tendency. What should and could we do for a better governance? Should there be more expertise in political life, or more democracy? Seminar, Presenters: Lelkes Orsolya, Hajnal György, Boda Zsolt 14:30-16:30 Trade Unions in Central and Eastern Europe (Rachel Carson) What is the role of trade unions in the 21th century? How can they fulfill this role efficiently? Why trade unions work differently in Central and Eastern Europe than in the West? Should they aim to work like that or their model of representing interests should be entirely rethought? Workshop, Presenters: Szabó Zsolt, Clemens Rode 14:30-16:30 Clicktivism or real activism? Democracy in the cyber-age (Jane Godall) In the past decades in Europe the political participation traditional frames - party politics, elections - are not thrilling the people, especially not the younger generations, On the other hand, the issuebased, civil participation - demonstrations, actions for drawing attention, citizen proposals - are getting more and more popular. The spead of internet and other related info-communication technologies ( social networks, petition campaign, information sharing, availability of documents, ect.) make it possible to involve new participants and mobilize them in innovative ways. During the workshops you will get to know how online platforms can change the functions of democracy in local, national and even in the European level. Workshop, Presenters: Oross Dániel, Christina Mauro, Madarász Csaba, Julia Reda 16:30-17:00 SNACK (Canteen) 17:00-19:00 Goodbye, nuclear! (Herman Ottó) In Hungary, there is hardly any public discussion about the preparations for the biggest ever single investment project of the country. The entire national energy strategy is based on the construction of the Paks 2 nuclear power plant what would account for 40 percent of the electricity generation of the country. In Germany, in contrast, there is not only a complete nuclear phase-out, but the complete structure of the energy systems is undergoing an enormously change. How to overcome the polarized discussions about risks of nuclear power, and talk about democracy, transparency, energy poverty, corruption, climate change or the right of future generations? What are the 18

19 experiences of the German Energiawende? What are the potential energy systems of the coming decades? These questions go beyond specific technologies (nuclear or renewable?), and reach the very foundations of our social and economic life. What can be the role of the state in an energy transition and how does it challenge the foundations of the nation state? How can the provision of their own energy shift into the hands of the households and local communities from big energy companies? How can citizens have their voice in these complex and often technocratic questions? What can we do for a more sustainable, fair, economic and democratic energy system? Plenary session, Presenters: Fabók Márton, Ámon Ada, Claude Weinber, Monika Tietke 19:00-20:30 DINNER (Canteen) 19

20 CULTURAL AND FREE TIME ACTIVITIES THURSDAY TO SATURDAY 8:00-9:00 Entrance Running 8:00-9:00 Football field Yoga 10:30-12:30 Outside Children s playground 10:30-12:30 Fonó Arts and Crafts 10:30-12:30 Outside Zsonglőr okatás 10:30-12:30 Fonó Ecobarbie workshop 14:00-16:30 Outside Children s playground 14:00-16:30 Fonó Arts and Crafts 14:00-16:30 Outside Jugging teaching 10:30-12:30 Fonó Ecobarbie workshop 14:00-16:30 Football field Meta 17:00-19:00 Outside Children s playground 20: Gerald Durrell Table and society games WEDNESDAY 20:30-22:30 Rachel Carson Ecoquiz 21:00-22:00 Camp fire space Camp fire THURSDAY 10:30-12:30 Canteen Raw cooking workshop 14:00-16:30 Herman Ottó Theater: hamlet.ws 16:00-17:30 Fonó Reciklista 20:30-22:00 Herman Ottó Iran, travelogue 21:00-22:00 Rachel Carson Traditional dance teaching 22:00-2:00 Rachel Carson DJ- DJ Thomas 20

21 FRIDAY 10:30-12:30 Fonó Reciklista 10:30-12:30 Fonó Recycle Mission 16:00-17:30 Fonó Vad Jutka 16:00-17:30 Fonó Recycle Mission 22:00-23:30 Rachel Carson CONCERT: Ibro & Sanké Percussion Group 23:30-2:00 Rachel Carson DJ DJ Wacacorp SATURDAY 7:30-8:30 Herman Ottó Thoughts to start your day (HU only) 10:30-12:30 Fonó Recycle Mission 16:00-17:30 Fonó Vad Jutka 20:00-21:00 Rachel Carson Concert: Szabó Franciska 22:00-24:00 Rachel Carson CONCERT: Véletlen Blues Band 24:00-2:00 Rachel Carson PARTYYYYYYYYY SUNDAY 11:30-13:30 Outside Herb-identifying tour EVERY DAY08:00-18:00 és Children s playground For children younger than 6 we provide this year again activities like drawing and some easy handcraft activities. For children at 6 years and older we organize this year a program, which includes more delicate handcraft activities, games, kite making and preparation for a shadow theater act. The parents are welcome to watch the final play and exhibition Saturday late afternoon. by Rácz Magdi EVERY DAY10:30-12:30 és 14:00-16:30 Fonó Every morning and afternoon participant of the camp will be having possibility to join our little meditative corner where a free study, practice, creation is offered, in order to create both an individual and a community object, in connection of the yearly topic of the Green Academy. The community project can be applied later on in Budapest, somewhere at a public place as a so called yarn bombing project. 21

22 By: Fülöp Viktória EVERY DAY10:30-12:30 and 14:00-16:30 Handcraft HU EN Thursday: planking Friday: batiking - claying Saturday: batiking - claying Sunday: claying The Almásháza Claying Workshop relaunched at the beginning of the millenium, and now the adult children take part in the job as well. We aim to bring back the beauty, warmth and simplicity of natural materials into the families. In our eventful, creation oriented workshop lots of our friends help us in realizing the ideas. At summer we pass on our experience in art camps, the young and older ones can learn pearlsewing, planking, weaving and pottery. by Mező Mihály EVERY DAY and Eco Barbie HU EN At the Summery University with the contribution of the Messzelátó (Farlooking) Society the Witched Natural Beauty Saloon is waiting for the visitors. We service daily changing seasonal face cover products, hair, leg and hand care tips for those who enter the beauty saloon. We try together more natural hair washing and body caring ideas. Seasonal covers from fresh fruits, vegetables, skin rubber producing, hair caring, sunflower producing. By: Udvarnoki Tünde SZERDA Ecoquiz HU EN "Exciting quiz-game about different eco- topics. You can check your knowledge how good you are in environment protection, ecopolitics, conservation etc. We are waiting to apply teams of 4 to 6 people but you also can apply alone and we will create teams. Two round with 15 question each presenting one-by-one. Precious prizes, good atmosphere are guaranteed! By: Eisenbeck Tamás CSÜTÖRTÖK Theater:Hamlet.ws S (Herman Ottó) HU EN The time is out of joint. The history of the growing into a man. Balanced, rich family. Father is strongarmed, mother is beautiful, the son is clever and healthful. Father will be died, mother will be remarried, the son could not go back to the school. Hamlet is a conservative young, he believes in the unity of the family, in the truth of the word, in friendship, in love and in God. He doesn t know the feeling of loss, the sorrow, the hopelessness, nor the responsibility of the independence. Growing into a man is the moment when we are going to awake to our defenselessness, to our weakness and to our tragic loneliness. Something breaks inside us when we are facing up to the world and desperately experiencing that transparent rule systems known from junior novels are inapplicable for 22

23 the social relations of the adults. People seem poorly stingy, coward and untruthful. Adopting of these are called socialization and resisting these are called antisocial behavior, anarchy or infantilism. Could we image a different fate for this guy? No. Because this question is meaningless of course. So what is the moral? In fact, there is no moral. Life is hard. Shakespeare s Hamlet by the aid of Ádám Nádasdy s translation and of the words of William Blake, Georg Büchner, Eminem, Allen Ginsberg, Johann Wolfgang Goethe, Attila József, János Pilinszky. The Bible quote heard in the preformance is from the Book of Judges. by Gyabrokna József, Nagy Zsolt, Rába Roland, Krétakör 23

24 SPEAKERS Yusaf Akbar: Associate Professor of Management and International Business Ada Ámon: Ecomomist, President of Energy Club (Energiaklub) Fanni Aradi: Activist of the Hungarian Secondary Students Network Eszter Babarczy: Publicist, essayist and associate universitiy teacher (MOME) Djenaba Bakary: Stage Director György Balavány: Journalist-blogger Virág Bencze-Kovács: Budapest Transport Center, Strategic Coordinator for Cycling Anne Bland: Head of International Services of Social Business International and Vice-president of the Finnish Greens Zsolt Boda: Head of Unit at the Institute for Political Science of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, founding member and spokeperson of Védegylet - Protect the Future Gábor Bojár: CEO of Graphisoft Daniela Bozhinova: Board member of Democracy International, Deputy chair of Bulgarian Green Party András Bozóki: Professor of Political Science at the Central European University Michael Cramer: Member of the European Parlament (Greens/EFA group), Initiator of the "Iron Curtan Trail" project Vilmos Cserny: Deputy mayor of Velence Péter Csigó: Sociologist Gábor Csikós: Trainer of AFS Hungary and European Federation for Intercultural Learning Gábor Daróczi: Director of the Romaversitas Foundation Kata Dée Kovács: Teacher, translator and coach Maria Dokupilova: Secretary General of the Federation of Young European Greens (FYEG) Gábor Egry: Political historian, nationalism researcher, associate professor at the Political History Institute Tamás Eisenbeck: Fisheries Blogger, Volunteer Coordinator of the Summer University Gábor Erőss: Sociologist specialised in research on education Márton Fabók: Economist and social scientist, PhD researcher at the University of Liverpool Zizi Fáy: Geologist, former press officer Szilvia Fenyvessy: Volunteer Trainer for Amnesty International Onur Fidangül: Environment and queer activist, spokesperson of the Turkish Young Greens Veronika Forrainé Hernádi: Head of unit of the Transport Coordination Center Viktória Indi Fülöp: Crafts teacher and independent designer Áron Gajárszki "Rigó": President of the Association for Ecofilmclubs, main organiser of the Summer Academy in 2011 Attila Galambos: Professor, environemtal teacher Edouard Gaudot: Advisor of the Green Group in the European Parliament, political scientist and historian Márton Gulyás: Managing director of Krétakör Gerald Häfner: Member of the European Parliament (Greens/EFA group), President of Democracy International 24

25 György Hajnal: Encomomist, associate professor at Budapest Corvinus University Tímea Hanák: Brige-master, National Highway Maintainance Gyula Hegyi: Journalist, writer, former member of the Hungarian and the European Parliament Silvio Heinze: Digital rights activists, online trainer, treasurer of FYEG László Heltai: Economic policy advisor at Politics Can Be Different Erzsébet Hóz: Researcher at the Institute for Transport Researches Zsófia Hutvagner: Trainer, foreign policy analyst Kinga Kalocsay: Activist Virág Kaufer: Campaign manager at Greenpeace Hungary, former Green member of the Hungarian Parliament ( ) Ska Keller: Member of the European Parlament (Greens/EFA group), Committee on Development Virág Kiss: Trainer of the Free School Foundation Mitja Kolbl: Transport advisor of the municipality of Ljutomer Veronika Kristóf: Sea Shepherd activist Márton Kulinyi: Head of the Chances Labor Association János László: Board Member of the Hungartan Cycling Association Orsolya Lelkes: Deputy Director at the European Centre for Social Welfare Policy and Research Vincent Liegey: Spokesperson of the French Degrowth movement Orsolya Liptay: Cyclist activist, communication manager of the Summer Academy Éva Lőrincz: Psychodramatist Csaba Madarász: Writer and journalist Kornelia Magyar: Director of the Progressiv Institute György Málovics: Economist, associate professor Télémaque Masson: Organizer of the Basic Income European Citizen's Initiative Christiana Mauro: Specialist in EU law, data protection activist János Mező: Green activist, main organiser of the Summer Academy Szilvia Mihálffy: Hungarian Ministry of Rural Development Ana Miranda: Member of the European Parliament for the European Free Alliance representing the Galitian National Front Bálint Misetics: Social scientist, human rights activist Corinne Morel-Darleux: National secretary in charge of ecosocialism for the french Parti de Gauche, regional counsellor (Front de gauche alliance) Dániel Oross: Political Analyst Réka Kinga Papp: Video jurnalist and singer of the Véletlen Blues Band Andrea Pető: Associate Professor at the Department of Gender Studies, Central European University Zoltán Pogátsa: Economist, associate professor of the University of Western Hungary Michal Polak: Economist, advisor at the Ministry of Finance of the Slovak Republic Antonela Ramljak: Green activist, member of the FYEG campaign team Sophie Rauszer: Activist of the French Left Party (Parti du Gauche) Julia Reda: Former spokesperson of the German Young Pirates (Junge Piraten) Sándor Révész: Journalist, editor of Népszabadság Clemens Rode: Advisor for Central and Eastern Europe at the Otto-Brenner-Foundation, former Regional Coordinator for Labour Relations and Social Dialogue in Central and Eastern Europe at the Friedrich Ebert Foundation Katalin Rodics: Coordinator of the Greenpeace capmaign on the commom European fisheries policy 25

26 Carl Rowlands: Active member of the UK co-operative movement Rebeka Szabó: Member of Parliament, Copresident of Politics Can Be Different Zsolt Szabó: Member of the economic team of Dialogue for Hungary Bernadett Szél: Member of Parliament, Copresident of Politics Can Be Different Kristóf Szombati: Heinrich Böll Foundation, Budapest Balázs Szűcs: Reformed Church minister and nationalism policies specialist Gáspár Miklós Tamás: Philosopher and political thinker Szilvia Temesvári: Main Organizer Monika Tietke: Ecological farmer, anti-nuclear activist Bence Tordai: Economist, social scientist Kinga Tóth Temesi: Transport specialist Georgia Tsaklanganos: Fundamental rights advisor of the Green Group in the European Parliament Emma Várnagy: Volunteer Trainer for Amensty International Márton Vay: Teacher, green activist since 2002 Hortenzia Veres Szombathy: Transport specialist Marie-Christine Vergiat: Member of the European Parliament, Committee on Fundamental Rights and Civil Liberties Thomas Waitz: Farmer and member of the Austrian Green Party (Die Grünen Die Grüne Alternative) Claude Weinber: Secretary general, Green European Foundation (GEF) Judit Wild: Mixed media jewelry designer and maker under brandname, Vadjutka. 26

27 Sponsors Green Summer Academy TEMESVÁRI Szilvia Benedikta head of team Imprint: Ökopolitikai Műhely Alapítvány (4400 Nyíregyháza Kéz u 25/a), 27

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