Shared Futures Manifesto Workshop
This Grigri Projects workshop, in collaboration with Medialab Prado and Sercade, arises from a previous work described in this link, and its objective is the collective drafting of a manifesto for a shared future for Madrid.
In this way, and joining the #RegularizaciónYa campaign for immediate, unconditional, and indefinite regularization for all migrants, we propose to think about a shared future, to imagine, enunciate and vindicate a society in which all of us count towards the scenario that is opens after the health crisis of COVID 19.
What would change in a shared future in the city of Madrid if we all have the same right to participate in decision-making and the physical and social construction of our living spaces?
These work sessions were part of the Vórtices programming promoted by the Sercade center, around a questioning about the exclusion of migrants in citizenship policies and practices.
A collective task carried out with more than 20 people of different profiles and experiences intending to make a manifesto for a shared future without CIEs, without deportations, and without the border policies of Fortress Europe. The creation of this manifesto carried out remotely and with the schedule mentioned below, has been developed by Yannick Tresor Dzuoko, Adam Hassane Saleh, Adrián de Miguel, Elena Oliveros, Isabel Sopranis, Maria Jesús Sacristán, Ana Mendoza, Cristina Arcas, Guada Díaz, Hahatay, Alberto Gamoneda, Julia Draghi, David Flores, Nerea Montañes, Grisel Estayno, Carlota Saiz, Daniel Sánchez Mateos, Mª José Esther de Alarcón, Edirisa Toure, Mª Luisa Fornieles, Fernanda Celis, Rebert de Lima, Moryba Kouyate, Valentín García, Mohamed Diane, Jimmy (Abdelaziz), Abdoulaye Thiam, Edrissa Simaga, Roger Elvis + Moussa Diallo, Hama Fofana, Ahmed Tidiane Barry, Ismael Bamba, Abou Conde , Armando Valenzuela, Elena Delgado Corral, Norelys Correa and Kalina Virovska.
Presentation of the Shared Future workshop – Thursday, April 30 at 6:30 p.m.
On Thursday, April 30, an online introduction was carried out to share the format and work methodology proposed for the writing of the manifesto as well as to comment on possible doubts and suggestions that may arise.
Sharing of the made-up futures – Thursday, 7 May at 6:30 p.m.
On Thursday, May 7, and once the work of collective writing of what the world would be like without the Immigration Law in the year 2022, another virtual presentation was carried out to share the files made by each of the participating people.
Online presentation of the Manifests – Future Postcards – Thursday, May 14 at 6:30 p.m.
Final presentation of the program and the visual manifestos made by the people in the workshop, below the images made and the video of the presentation in which the ways of sharing and disseminating them were proposed as an attempt to enunciate other worlds, not only possible but urgent and necessary.