Reinvent the public, build the common

Gerardo Pisarello (Spain)
Legislator of the City of Buenos Aires (Front of All)

Cecilia Nicolini (Argentina)
Political scientist and researcher. Secretary of Climate Change, Sustainable Development and Innovation of the Ministry of Environment and Sustainable Development of Argentina.

Dalila Andrade Oliveira (Brazil)
Sociologist and Doctor of Education. Professor at the Federal University of Minas Gerais

Karina Oliva (Chile)
Political scientist and former candidate for the governorship of Santiago

Class 1

Gerard Pisarello

Gerardo Pisarello exposes the claim of common goods as a fundamental element to rethink the public. He develops a historical tour of the occupation of these spaces, from medieval law to the digital commons. Finally, he exposes the way in which the strengthening of neoliberalism produced the irruption of this theme as a result of a reaction to predatory and discriminatory social effects.

Class 2

Cecilia Nicolini

Cecilia Nicolini makes a call to recover the imagination, creativity and be much more daring to achieve a reinvention of the role of the State. His reflection is based on the discussion of three great ones that are currently a global concern and that have to be part of the political and social debate: the inequalities of all kinds that cross our societies, climate change and the need to achieve a regional approach. for Latin America, and, finally, the impact of technology on the forms of social relations, with technology and on development in public life.

Class 3

Delilah Andrade Oliveira

Dalila Andrade Oliveira develops the role of the public school in the challenge of reinventing the public and building the common. Mentioning the works of various authors, she exposes the importance of education through different criticisms of the republican school and the exclusion it causes. She extends the thought towards the depoliticization of education and of the instruments to measure knowledge applied in certain school systems, which cause the exclusion of fundamental dimensions for the construction of personality.

Class 4

karina olive

Karina Oliva exposes the ways in which, after the democratic fractures of the 2008th century, a model of individualistic citizenship and social integration based on consumption were imposed in Latin America. Despite the above, with the 19 crises, the COVID-XNUMX pandemic and social movements such as those that occurred in Chile and other countries, a process of questioning the hegemonic political and economic structures and their exclusive logic began. Given this, the challenge for the progressive and left-wing sectors is to build a new inclusive, democratic, rights-based political project that redefines the role that the State should play in this new historical period.

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