En Granada en Transición trabajan para promover el desarrollo de iniciativas que aborden retos actuales como el cambio climático, la crisis económica y social; las relaciones de producción y reproducción de nuestra sociedad con sus consecuentes desigualdades; y la dependencia de los combustibles fósiles y sus derivados.Continue reading Granada en Transición, Granada, España
In Granada in Transition they work to promote the development of initiatives that address current challenges such as climate change, the economic and social crisis; the relations of production and reproduction of our society with its consequent inequalities; and our dependence on fossil fuels and their derivatives.Continue reading Granada in Transition, Granada, Spain
Fat Cat arises under one of the roofs of the Realejo neighbourhood, Granada, Spain one spring day in 2013, when a small group of friends and inhabitants of the same house, who will be joined by other restless beings, decide to open the doors of their most intimate corners and turn their home into an authentic scene where once a month creativity sprouts in any corner and magic simply happens.Continue reading Fat Cat. Granada, Spain
Gatogordo surge bajo uno de los tejados del barrio del Realejo, Granada, un día de primavera de 2013, cuando un pequeño grupo de amigas y habitantes de una misma casa, a las que se irán sumando otros seres inquietos, deciden abrir las puertas de sus rincones más íntimos y convertir su hogar en una auténtica escena donde una vez al mes la creatividad brota en cualquier esquina y la magia simplemente sucede.Continue reading Gato Gordo. Granada, España
Education has been a problematic issue in Turkey for many years because of economic and spatial inequalities and because of age, religion, language, race, and gender inequalities. In the education system, where all kinds of people are homogenized and standardized, finding a place for the difference or adapting it in case of finding might cause a problem. Many children with different characters, backgrounds, or cultures may have to study at the same level together in the same place. However, even this equal right to education depends on families having a certain level of economic income. Some children may still have difficulties accessing this right even if they are in the center of Istanbul, which is considered a megacity.
Tarlabaşı is the most overthrown, changed, and “suffered” place in Beyoğlu, one of the most popular districts of Istanbul of all time. With the construction of Tarlabaşı Boulevard in the 1980s, the region was cut off from Beyoğlu and left idle. This region has changed hands the most after the attacks on non-Muslims in 1955 and is, therefore, the first place of choice for low-income immigrants. Over the years, this social change caused the region to become neglected as it hosted low-income segments, separated from its main center with Tarlabaşı Boulevard, and became one of the most disadvantaged areas of Istanbul, as it became a complete ruin with urban transformation.Continue reading Tarlabaşı Community Center. Istanbul, Turkey