This event will focus on forms of political participation that are related to consumerism and production.
This event will focus on forms of political participation that are related to consumerism and production. From boycotting to ‘buycotting’, from new forms of rurality to zero kilometer producer-consumer networks, these new forms of political engagement are spreading on a massive scale and represent new ways through which every day economic practices are being questioned and challenged by a growing number of ‘critical’ citizens, families, local communities and entrepreneurs.
On March 9th, the docu-movie ‘The True Cost’ (2015) will tell us a story about the clothes we wear, the people who make them and the human and environmental impact of the ‘fast clothing’ industry.
Start at 3:30PMwith a roundtable, movie screening 5:00PM – 16:30PM
– Prof. Francesca Forno, University of Bergamo
– Rachele Lapponi (Associazione Campi Aperti, Bologna)
– Filippo Mannucci (Clean Clothes Campaign, Florence)
– Daniele Amorati (Fattoria Mondeggi Bene Comune, Bagno a Ripoli)
Chair: Lara Monticelli (Scuola Normale Superiore).
Edited Volume - 2018
Journal Article - 2018