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 **Brandon Liu**: Originally from the US and based in India, he has worked in global health and technology and is currently focused on communicating radical alternatives to climate change. **Brandon Liu**: Originally from the US and based in India, he has worked in global health and technology and is currently focused on communicating radical alternatives to climate change.
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-**Clare Westwood**: she holds an MBA and has had extensive experience in the areas of food, agriculture,​ biosafety, food sovereignty,​ and climate change resilience, mainly through working with NGOs serving poor rural communities across Asia. 
  
 **Coumba Toure**: Coordinator for Africans Rising for peace justice and dignity based in Dakar. She has more than twenty years of experience working with organizations,​ also a writer and a storyteller. **Coumba Toure**: Coordinator for Africans Rising for peace justice and dignity based in Dakar. She has more than twenty years of experience working with organizations,​ also a writer and a storyteller.
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 **Fatma Alloo**: Founder journalist of Tanzania Media Women'​s Association (TAMWA) since 1988. As a pan African activist she also founded FEMNET and Zanzibar Int'l Film Festival (ZIFF). She has participated in many advocacy events at grassroots and international level. **Fatma Alloo**: Founder journalist of Tanzania Media Women'​s Association (TAMWA) since 1988. As a pan African activist she also founded FEMNET and Zanzibar Int'l Film Festival (ZIFF). She has participated in many advocacy events at grassroots and international level.
  
-**Gustavo Esteva**: A grassroots activist and a public intellectual. He participates in many local, national and international organizations,​ networks and movements.+**Franco Augusto**: Social activist, unprofessionalized intellectual,​ manager of open collaborative projects and documentalist of alternatives around the planet, collaborating with processes of social transformation for almost 20 years now. 
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 +*Gustavo Esteva**: A grassroots activist and a public intellectual. He participates in many local, national and international organizations,​ networks and movements.
  
 **Injairu Kulundu**: South Africa based social practitioner,​ lyricist, vocalist and researcher interested in decolonial ​ social experiments that embrace transgressive learning and attune to the emerging songs lines of alternative cultures that are moving towards a future worthy of their longing **Injairu Kulundu**: South Africa based social practitioner,​ lyricist, vocalist and researcher interested in decolonial ​ social experiments that embrace transgressive learning and attune to the emerging songs lines of alternative cultures that are moving towards a future worthy of their longing
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 **Itzel Farías**: Researcher of unschooling processes in Mexico, founder and active member of networks of learning and alternatives to education, collaborator in Unitierra Oaxaca, Milpa and Crianza Mutua. **Itzel Farías**: Researcher of unschooling processes in Mexico, founder and active member of networks of learning and alternatives to education, collaborator in Unitierra Oaxaca, Milpa and Crianza Mutua.
  
-**John Holloway**:+**John Holloway**: ​Teaches in the posgrado de sociología in the Benemérita Universidad Autónomade Puebla, Mexico. Spends his time looking for hope in a hopeless world. This may result in the publication of a book to complement *Change the World without taking Power* and *Crack Capitalism*.
  
 **Marta Musić**: A decolonial, feminist activist-researcher. Her work as a transnational movement organizer mainly consists of building bridges between struggles, movements and initiatives and creating networks of solidarity. **Marta Musić**: A decolonial, feminist activist-researcher. Her work as a transnational movement organizer mainly consists of building bridges between struggles, movements and initiatives and creating networks of solidarity.