Summer University: Discover Our Program!

Summer is progressing, the 2023 edition of the summer university of social movements and solidarity is getting closer. Attac France co-hosts the steering committee of these 5 days in Bobigny where meetings, debates, workshops, festive moments will take place… The association also carries several dozen activities in a program finally unveiled!

Hundreds of collectives, associations and unions meet in Bobigny from August 23 to 27 to exchange, train, create the synergies necessary for current and future struggles. Attac France, member of the COPIL, co-manages a few dozen modules and workshops among the hundreds of activities offered during these 5 days. The full program can be found here:

The modules focus on a theme with times co-constructed by at least 5 organizations and take place over a whole day to allow an in-depth exploration of the subject. The workshops, on the other hand, are organized by at least 2 or 3 organizations and last 2h30.

This will be an opportunity to ask and deepen certain themes. For example: alternatives in the face of austerity in the face of speeches on the debt, the abuses of Total and what can be done to reduce the multinational, better understand the far right to better fight it, rediscover the joy of the Rosies by taking stock of the effective forms of mobilization and generally an assessment of the “pensions” movement, various subjects related to the climate emergency (water management, private jets, financing of the social and ecological bifurcation…

But this summer university is also defined as international and anti-globalization and thus makes it possible to discover the struggles outside France and Europe, by giving their places to those who represent them. You will be able to participate in the reflections on the ways of resowing internationalism at the heart of the social movements, to think about the (re) construction of a common framework of struggles in Europe, you organize against disposable immigration or for the counter-world summit of social movements at the General Meetings of the IMF and the World Bank in Marrakech.

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