Bad of the Cap organizes Disobedient Campus, two days of dissident debates and round tables that they will attend as speakers Irantzu Varela, Oskar Matute, Silvia Agüero, Miquel Ramos, Vanessa Pérez, and Mahecor Mbengue.
The conference is held at the sociocultural center of Cas Serres Ibiza el Friday 1 2021 October at 19 hours and Saturday 2 of October 2021 at 11: 30 hours.
The entrance is free and free until full capacity.
El Friday involved Silvia Aguero, a contributor to Píkara Magazine and co-author of the book “Resistencias Gitanas”, with the talk “How to disobey without anti-Gypsyism?”, Michael Ramos, specialized in the investigation of hate speech and the extreme right, who will talk about the rise of fascism and examples of resistance, and the philosopher Vanessa Perez Gordillo, member of Vocesenlucha and author of "The dictatorship of coaching" who will present the talk "Disobeying the Self", in which she will defend plurality, public space, universal quality education ...
El Sabbath it's the turn of Mahécor Mbengue, a Caritas worker and promoter of the “Tots Plegats” program, and will talk about topics in which he is an expert, such as mediation and reception or the Black Lives Matter mobilizations in Mallorca, of which he has been a part. The journalist and militant will also be there on Saturday Irantzu Varela, creator and presenter of El Tornillo, who will talk about feminist resistance and gender disobedience, and Oskar Matute, deputy spokesperson for EH Bildu in Congress, and member of Alternatiba, who will talk about sovereignty, among other topics.
Before starting both days, Nuria Prieto, a member of Ara Eivissa, will talk about “Horitzó 2023”, the initiative of this political formation to consolidate eco-sovereign proposals from Ibiza.
After the presentations there will be a brief colloquium and debate with the assistants.
This year's Disobedient Campus is the evolution of the Disobedient Days that the festival organized every year, until the pandemic that transformed them last year into the Converses Mal Dites, online talks that you can still see on Mal del Cap's YouTube channel .