Manuela Zechner is a researcher, facilitator and cultural worker. She coordinates the Future Archive and Radical Collective Care Practices projects as well as producing the Sounds of Movement radio show. Her work focuses on migration and social movements, group facilitation and micropolitics, as well as translation and the European space. She is currently a post-doctoral research fellow at the Berlin Institute for Migration Research (BIM) and works with Barcelona en Comú and Murmurae.
Published in: democraciaAbiertaA política do fogo: a Patagônia queima
O incêndio criminoso está devastando um território há muito disputado por comunidades indígenas e indústrias extrativistas.
Published in: democraciaAbierta: FeaturePatagonia is burning: the politics of fire
In Argentina, suspected arson is destroying land that Indigenous communities have long protected from miners and developers
Published in: democraciaAbiertaLa política del fuego: arde la Patagonia
Los incendios provocados intencionadamente están asolando un territorio largamente disputado, en el que las...
Published in: Can Europe Make It?More than a welcome: the power of cities
What is the scope for circumventing the national and EU deadlock over migration, and what role can cities, together...
Published in: Can Europe Make It?More than a refuge, a welcome
In today’s world, it is essential to take welcoming into account in the cycle of reproduction of social life.