AEPF 11 Programme

AEPF11 is structured to encourage discussion, sharing and the development and articulation of alternatives. It has three phases:

1.     Context and Analysis

2.     Lessons Learnt, successes and failures: Discussions/Deepening of analysis of context; Problems and key barriers to taking our agendas forward and strategies developed to respond to them.

3.     Strategies for People’s Visions and Future Perspectives - Prescription and Process. 

The Plenaries (day 1, morning) will be the time for Context and Analysis where we can discuss unifying threads and discuss our understanding of the processes that produce and replicate inequality, poverty, exclusion, injustices, rights violations, or climate change/global warming. We will look at issues linking and across themes.

The First Set of events/workshops (Phase 1, day 1, afternoon) is for the introduction into each of the seven themes, for this the format could be a panel discussion, inputs by speakers, etc.

The Second Set of events/workshops (Phase 2, day 2) is for deepening of our seven themes. Here the focus is on Lessons Learnt, successes and failures.  This is also where we can discuss the contexts, problems and key barriers to taking our agendas forward and the responses that movements and civil society organisations are taking forward to take forward these themes.

Open Space workshops and panels would take place parallel to these as well.

The Third Set of Workshops   – Strategies for People’s Visions and Future Perspectives - Prescription and Process (day 3 in the morning) are where we develop alternatives, our People’s Visions. This is where the processes for how to get there, how we progress towards them are presented. These again correspond to our themes and that have been the focus for discussions in the first two phases.  A moderated Plenary where a summary of each the Thematic Clusters’ proposals for Strategies for People’s Visions are shared with all participants.

Besides these events, organised by Working Groups for each thematic cluster, there will be space for self-organised workshops. These Open Space workshops (day 2) could be related to the seven themes, but also taking up issues and debates independent of those. Watch out for the call to organise an Open Space Workshop coming up soon on the AEPF11 website.



AEPF 11 wird vom Auswärtigen Amt unterstützt.

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