Tag Archives : A Thousand Ways to Educate for a Global Culture of Peace

Beatriz Bissio(Brazil)

  Professor at the Universidad Federal do Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ- Department of Political Science.). PhD in History (islamic classical civilization and political structure) Sociologist, Jornalist and Historian. In the past decades I worked as a correspondent for several latin-american and african newspapers, magazines and radios and was the editor of the latin-american monthly magazine […]

Teng Wei(China)

                        Teng Wei: Associate professor at South China Normal University.  2005, Ph.d Peking University (Institute of Comparative Literature and Comparative Culture)  2002, MA Peking University  (Institute of World Literature)  1999.BA   Peking University (Department of Chinese Language and Literature)    Reserch interests: Latin American literature […]

Tani Barlow(United States of America)

                Tani Barlow teaches History at Rice University in Houston, Texas, USA.  Her scholarly work has focused on the history of theories about women’s liberation in the Chinese national tradition.  Additionally, she worked to establish The Project for Critical Asian Studies at University of Washington, where she taught […]


Mayling Oey-Gardiner(Indonesia)

    Mayling Oey-Gardiner | South South Forum Professor Mayling Oey-Gardiner, Ph.D. started teaching at the Faculty of Economics University of Indonesia in 1971, and in 2001 she was appointed the first female Professor at the same institution. In 2004 she was elected Chair of the Academic senate and Secretary to the Board of Professors […]

Maria Eugenia Santana(Mexico)

                Maria Eugenia Santana majored in Social Anthropology and did her Masters degree in Natural Resources and Rural Development, and her PhD in Social Sciences with a thesis about complementary money in the context of “Economy of Solidarity” in Mexico and Argentina (in September of 2008). Dr. Santana […]

Maria Dolores Alicias(Philippines)

                        Maria Dolores Alicias currently works as an independent consultant to civil society groups in Southeast Asia and concurrently serves as the managing editor of the Asian Politics and Policy journal. She was the Coordinator of the Southeast Asian capacity-building programs of the Institute […]

Li Chun-nei Jenny(China,Hong Kong, SAR)

  One of the Founding members of Sangwoodgoon Organic Farm in Hong Kong (Sangwoodgoon was founded in the Anti-XRL and Choi Yuen Village movement in 2010. Inspired by the movement, we realised that democracy of any place, depends on whether citizens have the freedom to choose and create their own ways of living.)

Cristina Isabel Cardozo Saravia(Bolivia)

  Cristina Isabel Cardozo Saravia Degree :Sociologist Ms.Degree: Public Health Other studies: Rights of children Latest Publication: The Health strategy 2005-2009 in Potosi municipality , Potosi Bolivia Last Jobs: DED (Promotion of social and technical development-Germany) In charge: Projects implemented by DED cooperants in the Chiquitania are observing men and women participation in production and communities’ […]

Chantana Wungaeo(Thailand)

                  Ms. Chantana Banpasirichote Wungaeo, is associate professor and serve as the Head of the Department of Government, Faculty of Political Science, Chulalongkorn University.  She earned her Ph.D in Regional Planning and Resources Development from abroad. Chantana’s research interest is on non-conventional politics in which development issues, democracy, […]