12 Days of Action-  Day 10
01:30:14
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12 Days of Action- Day 10

12DAYS OF ACTION: FROM SEPTEMBER 21 - OCTOBER 02 Jai Jagat 2021 – Nonviolent ECOnomy Campaign “The world has enough for everyone’s need, but not enough for everyone’s greed” MK. Gandhi We need to ask ourselves: What changes can we and must we take to restore the health of the earth and humanity? Jai Jagat movement has been trying to facilitate a platform where solutions are exchanged, and local experiences are highlighted to answer these questions. The platform capacitates: Civil society Grassroots movements Government authorities and Intergovernmental organizations Academicians, among others Jai Jagat is encouraging people to take up actions and practices ´from the bottom´, based on Gandhi´s vision that everyone has a role to play in countering inequality and promoting inclusion. This vision called for: Simplification of needs or the self-limitation of desire; A decentralized, home-based, handicraft-oriented life that is respectful of both the natural and environmental world, rather than the modes of production which are centralized, industrial and mechanical; and Trusteeship or guardianship of ethics and spirituality over economics. Valuing local production (swadeshi). The next ten years (2021-2030), are “the defining decade” coined by Tom Brookes of the European Climate Foundation, converges with one of the long-term goals of Jai Jagat campaign, that is to promote Nonviolent ECOnomy as a holistic, practical and ECOcentric approach for societies living in harmony, justice and peace.
12 Days of Action - Day 8
01:25:43
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12 Days of Action - Day 8

12DAYS OF ACTION: FROM SEPTEMBER 21 - OCTOBER 02 Jai Jagat 2021 – Nonviolent ECOnomy Campaign “The world has enough for everyone’s need, but not enough for everyone’s greed” K. Gandhi We need to ask ourselves: What changes can we and must we take to restore the health of the earth and humanity? Jai Jagat movement has been trying to facilitate a platform where solutions are exchanged, and local experiences are highlighted to answer these questions. The platform capacitates: Civil society Grassroots movements Government authorities and Intergovernmental organizations Academicians, among others Jai Jagat is encouraging people to take up actions and practices ´from the bottom´, based on Gandhi´s vision that everyone has a role to play in countering inequality and promoting inclusion. This vision called for: Simplification of needs or the self-limitation of desire; A decentralized, home-based, handicraft-oriented life that is respectful of both the natural and environmental world, rather than the modes of production which are centralized, industrial and mechanical; and Trusteeship or guardianship of ethics and spirituality over economics. Valuing local production (swadeshi). The next ten years (2021-2030), are “the defining decade” coined by Tom Brookes of the European Climate Foundation, converges with one of the long-term goals of Jai Jagat campaign, that is to promote Nonviolent ECOnomy as a holistic, practical and ECOcentric approach for societies living in harmony, justice and peace.
12 Days of Action- Day 13
01:17:12
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12 Days of Action- Day 13

12DAYS OF ACTION: FROM SEPTEMBER 21 - OCTOBER 02 Jai Jagat 2021 – Nonviolent ECOnomy Campaign “The world has enough for everyone’s need, but not enough for everyone’s greed” MK. Gandhi We need to ask ourselves: What changes can we and must we take to restore the health of the earth and humanity? Jai Jagat movement has been trying to facilitate a platform where solutions are exchanged, and local experiences are highlighted to answer these questions. The platform capacitates: Civil society Grassroots movements Government authorities and Intergovernmental organizations Academicians, among others Jai Jagat is encouraging people to take up actions and practices ´from the bottom´, based on Gandhi´s vision that everyone has a role to play in countering inequality and promoting inclusion. This vision called for: Simplification of needs or the self-limitation of desire; A decentralized, home-based, handicraft-oriented life that is respectful of both the natural and environmental world, rather than the modes of production which are centralized, industrial and mechanical; and Trusteeship or guardianship of ethics and spirituality over economics. Valuing local production (swadeshi). The next ten years (2021-2030), are “the defining decade” coined by Tom Brookes of the European Climate Foundation, converges with one of the long-term goals of Jai Jagat campaign, that is to promote Nonviolent ECOnomy as a holistic, practical and ECOcentric approach for societies living in harmony, justice and peace.
12 Days of Action -  Day 7
01:35:51
Jai Jagat 2020-30

12 Days of Action - Day 7

12DAYS OF ACTION: FROM SEPTEMBER 21 - OCTOBER 02 Jai Jagat 2021 – Nonviolent ECOnomy Campaign “The world has enough for everyone’s need, but not enough for everyone’s greed” K. Gandhi We need to ask ourselves: What changes can we and must we take to restore the health of the earth and humanity? Jai Jagat movement has been trying to facilitate a platform where solutions are exchanged, and local experiences are highlighted to answer these questions. The platform capacitates: Civil society Grassroots movements Government authorities and Intergovernmental organizations Academicians, among others Jai Jagat is encouraging people to take up actions and practices ´from the bottom´, based on Gandhi´s vision that everyone has a role to play in countering inequality and promoting inclusion. This vision called for: Simplification of needs or the self-limitation of desire; A decentralized, home-based, handicraft-oriented life that is respectful of both the natural and environmental world, rather than the modes of production which are centralized, industrial and mechanical; and Trusteeship or guardianship of ethics and spirituality over economics. Valuing local production (swadeshi). The next ten years (2021-2030), are “the defining decade” coined by Tom Brookes of the European Climate Foundation, converges with one of the long-term goals of Jai Jagat campaign, that is to promote Nonviolent ECOnomy as a holistic, practical and ECOcentric approach for societies living in harmony, justice and peace.
12 Days of Action- Day 5
01:02:52
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12 Days of Action- Day 5

12DAYS OF ACTION: FROM SEPTEMBER 21 - OCTOBER 02 Jai Jagat 2021 – Nonviolent ECOnomy Campaign “The world has enough for everyone’s need, but not enough for everyone’s greed”- M.K. Gandhi We need to ask ourselves: What changes can we and must we take to restore the health of the earth and humanity? Jai Jagat movement has been trying to facilitate a platform where solutions are exchanged, and local experiences are highlighted to answer these questions. The platform capacitates: Civil society Grassroots movements Government authorities and Intergovernmental organizations Academicians, among others Jai Jagat is encouraging people to take up actions and practices ´from the bottom´, based on Gandhi´s vision that everyone has a role to play in countering inequality and promoting inclusion. This vision called for: Simplification of needs or the self-limitation of desire; A decentralized, home-based, handicraft-oriented life that is respectful of both the natural and environmental world, rather than the modes of production which are centralized, industrial and mechanical; and Trusteeship or guardianship of ethics and spirituality over economics. Valuing local production (swadeshi). The next ten years (2021-2030), are “the defining decade” coined by Tom Brookes of the European Climate Foundation, converges with one of the long-term goals of Jai Jagat campaign, that is to promote Nonviolent ECOnomy as a holistic, practical and ECOcentric approach for societies living in harmony, justice and peace.
12 Days of Action   Day 6
01:38:22
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12 Days of Action Day 6

12DAYS OF ACTION: FROM SEPTEMBER 21 - OCTOBER 02 Jai Jagat 2021 – Nonviolent ECOnomy Campaign “The world has enough for everyone’s need, but not enough for everyone’s greed” M.K. Gandhi We need to ask ourselves: What changes can we and must we take to restore the health of the earth and humanity? Jai Jagat movement has been trying to facilitate a platform where solutions are exchanged, and local experiences are highlighted to answer these questions. The platform capacitates: Civil society Grassroots movements Government authorities and Intergovernmental organizations Academicians, among others Jai Jagat is encouraging people to take up actions and practices ´from the bottom´, based on Gandhi´s vision that everyone has a role to play in countering inequality and promoting inclusion. This vision called for: Simplification of needs or the self-limitation of desire; A decentralized, home-based, handicraft-oriented life that is respectful of both the natural and environmental world, rather than the modes of production which are centralized, industrial and mechanical; and Trusteeship or guardianship of ethics and spirituality over economics. Valuing local production (swadeshi). The next ten years (2021-2030), are “the defining decade” coined by Tom Brookes of the European Climate Foundation, converges with one of the long-term goals of Jai Jagat campaign, that is to promote Nonviolent ECOnomy as a holistic, practical and ECOcentric approach for societies living in harmony, justice and peace.
12 Days of Action- Day 9
01:59:17
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12 Days of Action- Day 9

12DAYS OF ACTION: FROM SEPTEMBER 21 - OCTOBER 02 Jai Jagat 2021 – Nonviolent ECOnomy Campaign “The world has enough for everyone’s need, but not enough for everyone’s greed” MK. Gandhi We need to ask ourselves: What changes can we and must we take to restore the health of the earth and humanity? Jai Jagat movement has been trying to facilitate a platform where solutions are exchanged, and local experiences are highlighted to answer these questions. The platform capacitates: Civil society Grassroots movements Government authorities and Intergovernmental organizations Academicians, among others Jai Jagat is encouraging people to take up actions and practices ´from the bottom´, based on Gandhi´s vision that everyone has a role to play in countering inequality and promoting inclusion. This vision called for: Simplification of needs or the self-limitation of desire; A decentralized, home-based, handicraft-oriented life that is respectful of both the natural and environmental world, rather than the modes of production which are centralized, industrial and mechanical; and Trusteeship or guardianship of ethics and spirituality over economics. Valuing local production (swadeshi). The next ten years (2021-2030), are “the defining decade” coined by Tom Brookes of the European Climate Foundation, converges with one of the long-term goals of Jai Jagat campaign, that is to promote Nonviolent ECOnomy as a holistic, practical and ECOcentric approach for societies living in harmony, justice and peace.
12 Days of Action- Day 12
01:40:13
Jai Jagat 2020-30

12 Days of Action- Day 12

12DAYS OF ACTION: FROM SEPTEMBER 21 - OCTOBER 02 Jai Jagat 2021 – Nonviolent ECOnomy Campaign “The world has enough for everyone’s need, but not enough for everyone’s greed” MK. Gandhi We need to ask ourselves: What changes can we and must we take to restore the health of the earth and humanity? Jai Jagat movement has been trying to facilitate a platform where solutions are exchanged, and local experiences are highlighted to answer these questions. The platform capacitates: Civil society Grassroots movements Government authorities and Intergovernmental organizations Academicians, among others Jai Jagat is encouraging people to take up actions and practices ´from the bottom´, based on Gandhi´s vision that everyone has a role to play in countering inequality and promoting inclusion. This vision called for: Simplification of needs or the self-limitation of desire; A decentralized, home-based, handicraft-oriented life that is respectful of both the natural and environmental world, rather than the modes of production which are centralized, industrial and mechanical; and Trusteeship or guardianship of ethics and spirituality over economics. Valuing local production (swadeshi). The next ten years (2021-2030), are “the defining decade” coined by Tom Brookes of the European Climate Foundation, converges with one of the long-term goals of Jai Jagat campaign, that is to promote Nonviolent ECOnomy as a holistic, practical and ECOcentric approach for societies living in harmony, justice and peace.
12 Days of Action- Day 11
01:44:26
Jai Jagat 2020-30

12 Days of Action- Day 11

12DAYS OF ACTION: FROM SEPTEMBER 21 - OCTOBER 02 Jai Jagat 2021 – Nonviolent ECOnomy Campaign “The world has enough for everyone’s need, but not enough for everyone’s greed” MK. Gandhi We need to ask ourselves: What changes can we and must we take to restore the health of the earth and humanity? Jai Jagat movement has been trying to facilitate a platform where solutions are exchanged, and local experiences are highlighted to answer these questions. The platform capacitates: Civil society Grassroots movements Government authorities and Intergovernmental organizations Academicians, among others Jai Jagat is encouraging people to take up actions and practices ´from the bottom´, based on Gandhi´s vision that everyone has a role to play in countering inequality and promoting inclusion. This vision called for: Simplification of needs or the self-limitation of desire; A decentralized, home-based, handicraft-oriented life that is respectful of both the natural and environmental world, rather than the modes of production which are centralized, industrial and mechanical; and Trusteeship or guardianship of ethics and spirituality over economics. Valuing local production (swadeshi). The next ten years (2021-2030), are “the defining decade” coined by Tom Brookes of the European Climate Foundation, converges with one of the long-term goals of Jai Jagat campaign, that is to promote Nonviolent ECOnomy as a holistic, practical and ECOcentric approach for societies living in harmony, justice and peace.
12 Days of Action - Day 4
01:56:57
Jai Jagat 2020-30

12 Days of Action - Day 4

12DAYS OF ACTION: FROM SEPTEMBER 21 - OCTOBER 02 Jai Jagat 2021 – Nonviolent ECOnomy Campaign “The world has enough for everyone’s need, but not enough for everyone’s greed”- M.K. Gandhi We need to ask ourselves: What changes can we and must we take to restore the health of the earth and humanity? Jai Jagat movement has been trying to facilitate a platform where solutions are exchanged, and local experiences are highlighted to answer these questions. The platform capacitates: Civil society Grassroots movements Government authorities and Intergovernmental organizations Academicians, among others Jai Jagat is encouraging people to take up actions and practices ´from the bottom´, based on Gandhi´s vision that everyone has a role to play in countering inequality and promoting inclusion. This vision called for: Simplification of needs or the self-limitation of desire; A decentralized, home-based, handicraft-oriented life that is respectful of both the natural and environmental world, rather than the modes of production which are centralized, industrial and mechanical; and Trusteeship or guardianship of ethics and spirituality over economics. Valuing local production (swadeshi). The next ten years (2021-2030), are “the defining decade” coined by Tom Brookes of the European Climate Foundation, converges with one of the long-term goals of Jai Jagat campaign, that is to promote Nonviolent ECOnomy as a holistic, practical and ECOcentric approach for societies living in harmony, justice and peace.
12 Days of Action - Youth Forum
02:44:18
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12 Days of Action - Youth Forum

12DAYS OF ACTION: FROM SEPTEMBER 21 - OCTOBER 02 Jai Jagat 2021 – Nonviolent ECOnomy Campaign “The world has enough for everyone’s need, but not enough for everyone’s greed”- M.K. Gandhi We need to ask ourselves: What changes can we and must we take to restore the health of the earth and humanity? Jai Jagat movement has been trying to facilitate a platform where solutions are exchanged, and local experiences are highlighted to answer these questions. The platform capacitates: Civil society Grassroots movements Government authorities and Intergovernmental organizations Academicians, among others Jai Jagat is encouraging people to take up actions and practices ´from the bottom´, based on Gandhi´s vision that everyone has a role to play in countering inequality and promoting inclusion. This vision called for: Simplification of needs or the self-limitation of desire; A decentralized, home-based, handicraft-oriented life that is respectful of both the natural and environmental world, rather than the modes of production which are centralized, industrial and mechanical; and Trusteeship or guardianship of ethics and spirituality over economics. Valuing local production (swadeshi). The next ten years (2021-2030), are “the defining decade” coined by Tom Brookes of the European Climate Foundation, converges with one of the long-term goals of Jai Jagat campaign, that is to promote Nonviolent ECOnomy as a holistic, practical and ECOcentric approach for societies living in harmony, justice and peace.
12 Days of Action - Day 3
02:06:48
Jai Jagat 2020-30

12 Days of Action - Day 3

12DAYS OF ACTION: FROM SEPTEMBER 21 - OCTOBER 02 Jai Jagat 2021 – Nonviolent ECOnomy Campaign “The world has enough for everyone’s need, but not enough for everyone’s greed”- M.K. Gandhi We need to ask ourselves: What changes can we and must we take to restore the health of the earth and humanity? Jai Jagat movement has been trying to facilitate a platform where solutions are exchanged, and local experiences are highlighted to answer these questions. The platform capacitates: Civil society Grassroots movements Government authorities and Intergovernmental organizations Academicians, among others Jai Jagat is encouraging people to take up actions and practices ´from the bottom´, based on Gandhi´s vision that everyone has a role to play in countering inequality and promoting inclusion. This vision called for: Simplification of needs or the self-limitation of desire; A decentralized, home-based, handicraft-oriented life that is respectful of both the natural and environmental world, rather than the modes of production which are centralized, industrial and mechanical; and Trusteeship or guardianship of ethics and spirituality over economics. Valuing local production (swadeshi). The next ten years (2021-2030), are “the defining decade” coined by Tom Brookes of the European Climate Foundation, converges with one of the long-term goals of Jai Jagat campaign, that is to promote Nonviolent ECOnomy as a holistic, practical and ECOcentric approach for societies living in harmony, justice and peace.
12 Days of Action- Day 1
01:31:22
Jai Jagat 2020-30

12 Days of Action- Day 1

12DAYS OF ACTION: FROM SEPTEMBER 21 - OCTOBER 02 Jai Jagat 2021 – Nonviolent ECOnomy Campaign “The world has enough for everyone’s need, but not enough for everyone’s greed”- M.K. Gandhi We need to ask ourselves: What changes can we and must we take to restore the health of the earth and humanity? Jai Jagat movement has been trying to facilitate a platform where solutions are exchanged, and local experiences are highlighted to answer these questions. The platform capacitates: Civil society Grassroots movements Government authorities and Intergovernmental organizations Academicians, among others Jai Jagat is encouraging people to take up actions and practices ´from the bottom´, based on Gandhi´s vision that everyone has a role to play in countering inequality and promoting inclusion. This vision called for: Simplification of needs or the self-limitation of desire; A decentralized, home-based, handicraft-oriented life that is respectful of both the natural and environmental world, rather than the modes of production which are centralized, industrial and mechanical; and Trusteeship or guardianship of ethics and spirituality over economics. Valuing local production (swadeshi). The next ten years (2021-2030), are “the defining decade” coined by Tom Brookes of the European Climate Foundation, converges with one of the long-term goals of Jai Jagat campaign, that is to promote Nonviolent ECOnomy as a holistic, practical and ECOcentric approach for societies living in harmony, justice and peace.
12 Days of Action - Day 2
01:40:39
Jai Jagat 2020-30

12 Days of Action - Day 2

12DAYS OF ACTION: FROM SEPTEMBER 21 - OCTOBER 02 Jai Jagat 2021 – Nonviolent ECOnomy Campaign “The world has enough for everyone’s need, but not enough for everyone’s greed”- M.K. Gandhi We need to ask ourselves: What changes can we and must we take to restore the health of the earth and humanity? Jai Jagat movement has been trying to facilitate a platform where solutions are exchanged, and local experiences are highlighted to answer these questions. The platform capacitates: Civil society Grassroots movements Government authorities and Intergovernmental organizations Academicians, among others Jai Jagat is encouraging people to take up actions and practices ´from the bottom´, based on Gandhi´s vision that everyone has a role to play in countering inequality and promoting inclusion. This vision called for: Simplification of needs or the self-limitation of desire; A decentralized, home-based, handicraft-oriented life that is respectful of both the natural and environmental world, rather than the modes of production which are centralized, industrial and mechanical; and Trusteeship or guardianship of ethics and spirituality over economics. Valuing local production (swadeshi). The next ten years (2021-2030), are “the defining decade” coined by Tom Brookes of the European Climate Foundation, converges with one of the long-term goals of Jai Jagat campaign, that is to promote Nonviolent ECOnomy as a holistic, practical and ECOcentric approach for societies living in harmony, justice and peace.
Jai Jagat 12 Days of Action Summary
05:07
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Jai Jagat 12 Days of Action Summary

12DAYS OF ACTION: FROM SEPTEMBER 21 - OCTOBER 02 Jai Jagat 2021 – Nonviolent ECOnomy Campaign The 12 DAYS OF ACTION campaign is an opportunity to converge and promote the idea of SARVODAYA (India)- BUEN VIVIR (Latin America)– UBUNTU (Africa), as a way of living and coexisting with nature and human society on the basis of equity, sustainability and nonviolence. Our response to the main interrelated themes that have emerged from this campaign include: Peace & Justice ● In Nepal there will be online discussions on Peace. ● In Italy, the antimilitarist movement will lead some actions and discussions against nuclear weapons. ● In México, people are advocating for a society with peace and justice in the path towards peoples’ autonomy. Climate ● Large groups of people, mainly in Europe and North America, are organizing to demand climate justice. ● Young people are demanding to #UPROOT THE SYSTEM (Fridays for Future). To uproot the unequal and violent system. ● An international community promoting a fossil fuel non-proliferation treaty. ● Marches and mobilizations planned in Canada, USA, France, UK, to learn from local initiatives on agroecology programs, and people based economies. Land & Defenders of territories ● In South Asia, including Nepal, Philippines and India, there will be larger mobilizations and discussions on this cause. ● Who protects them from the constant attacks, repression and persecution by large corporations and governments? During these campaigns we will hear and advocate on the testimonies from Latin America, South Asia and Europe,. Food Security & Biodiversity ● People in Latin America, Europe, and Africa are promoting community gardens to grow food, exchange it, and connect people. Water ● For 12 days, we expect to learn about some of the struggles of these communities, and to have small groups sharing their local and sustainable projects. Forced Migration ● In France and Italy, people working with refugees will share their experiences on the challenges of creating a sustainable and safe space for them to grow food and to get organised..