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#Exploration – Another “Inhabite the world” (FR)

#Exploration – Another “Inhabite the world” (FR)

In Reunion, an island in the Indian Ocean, many cultures from its history come together, from slavery to indenture, ancient maritime exchanges to contemporary migration from every origin. Between the headwinds of the world and applied rules that are often little adapted, its inhabitants weave and design another “inhabit the world”. Be they weavers, permaculturalists, engineers, researchers, labourers, social workers or indeed artists, they experiment with practices that are autonomous but connected, responding to local needs, in a spirit of listening and shared responsibility. They look for ways to link care for others, the earth and living things, collective responsibility for common goods and services, and sharing of resources and knowledge. These conversations invite you to share their thoughts and words.

A podcast directed by the LabEurope Réunion
With the participation of: Gad Bensalem : Passeur de mots, interventions extracted from a series “CAM, CONVERSATION AVEC M.”

And by conversation:
The relationship to the earth in Saint Paul
Fabrice THEMYR, tizanyié – La Possession ; Mariama KASSIM TOMBORAVO, president and Amina CHADHOULI, member of the association Bien vivre à Fayard – Saint-André ;
Coralie HOAREAU, president of the association Fond Imar – Saint-Paul
Les Jardins de Fond Imar : Association for the revaluation of forgotten lands and the transmission of the Earth’s knowledge.

Conversation on water management in Mafate
Maëlle NICAULT, co-founder of the association SILLAGES and researcher in Territorial Sciences at Justice-sociale (PACTE-Grenoble)
Julien LALLEMAND, co-founder of Sillages, water and environmental engineer
Célia GIRAUD, student in Territorial Development and Transition Engineering (IUGA-Grenoble)
Léo TRICHÉ, Student in Territorial Development and Transition Engineering (IUGA- Grenoble)
Sébastien LADRANGE, President of the association VIVRE À MAFATE

Conversation on the reappropriation of public space (Rond point Zazalé)
Sergio GRONDIN, Florence LAFLEUR, Hélène RYCKEMBUSH, Amandine BAZIN,
Véronique ANDREE, Jade, Julie LIN, Quentin JOSSERON, Zavyé RIVIERE, Jean Herland RAMACHE, Céline SMITH, Marie Yvette CLAIN, Héléna HOAREAU
Members of LabEurope Réunion: Eric ALENDROIT, Laurence BARONE, Jeanne CHARRERON, Marie-Christine DABBADIE, Stéphanie LEFORT, Fabienne POURTEIN, Marie-Angèle RABANEDA, Maëlle NICAULT

Lectures :
“Faire Monde”, extract from Malcom Ferdinand, 2019, Une écologie décoloniale
Penser l’écologie depuis le monde caribéen, Seuil – Collection anthropocène

Extraits musicaux :
Digital Kabar“, Kabaré Atèr (Jako Maron Remix Patrick Manent – 20 sec)
Mandela” (Danyel Waro, feat Tumi Boitumelo Molekane, ‘Zubz’ Ndabaningi Mabuye-2:30)
Sound mixing by: Jeanne CHARRÉRON

To go further

Radio and webradio:

Readings and articles:

On the issue of the decolonial and sustainable treatment of common goods The major works involved:

  • Homi K. Bhabha, 2012, La localisation de la culture, Routledge
  • Bruno Bouet, 2019, Reconnaissance de l’autochtonie et déclinisme environnemental au sein des Parcs nationaux français : L’exemple du Parc national de La Réunion, doctoral thesis in sociology, Bordeaux, 
  • Elinor Ostrom, 1990, Gouvernance des biens communs, l’évolution des institutions pour l’action collective, Cambridge University Press
  • Elinor Ostrom, 2005, Comprendre la diversité institutionnelle, Princeton University Press
  • Amy R. Poteete,Marco A. Janssen, Elinor Ostrom, 2010, Travailler ensemble, action collective, les communs et méthodes multiples en pratique, Princeton University Press
  • Ingrid Robeyns, 2017, Bien-être, liberté et justice sociale : L’approche des capabilités réexaminée, Cambridge, UK: Open Book Publishers
  • Amartya Sen, 2010, L’idée de justice, Harvard University Press
  • Amartya Sen, 1999, Le développement comme liberté, Oxford University Press
  • Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak, 1988, Les subalternes peuvent-elles parler ?, Marxism and the interpretation of Culture


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