Wurzeln zum Leben

Events

Roots for Life on Radio Wien

Radio Wien has changed "Carola" to "Cornelia" at short notice ūüôā - we still hope that donations will come in with this contribution. In any case, we would like to thank Radio Wien.
Of course you can also donate directly via our website!

19.10.2020, 4pm - Online Seminar: Cooking Up Political Agendas by FIAN International

At different moments in time, women in rural areas in Latin America living under authoritarian regimes would come together while cooking around the community pot.

They used this strategy to create a space in which they had the freedom to discuss politics and articulate resistance actions or to respond to serious economic and food crises. Women in rural areas play a key role in helping their communities and households to achieve food and food security.

The online seminar on #CookUpPolitics with activists from the fields of agriculture, indigenous peoples and women's rights either live on Facebook at FIAN International or via the Link to Zoom: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_rbsl6jO2RwyYTAB9ob9VWw 

24.5.2019 - Konferenz

Forced and Early Marriage - A Serious Violation of Human Rights

Location: Diplomatic Academy Vienna

Date/Time: 24.5.2019 / 10:00-17:00

More information about the speakers and registration here.

Attention, the deadline for registration is 13.5!

8.3.2019 - Comedy

In favour of Roots for Life the cabaret artist Ernst Sittinger performs at the Greith-Haus in St. Ulrich. In his program "Licht am Ende des Tages" ("Light at the End of the Day"), he addresses the question of why meaningless people actually live better in times of data-ism. What is this data-ism anyway?

This event was organized and initiated by the great Lena Kremser. Many thanks dear Lena and Ernst Sittinger. We are looking forward to many visitors!

Where: Greith Haus St. Ulrich
When: 8 March 2019 , 19:30
Tickets under: +43 3465/20200 or reservierungen@greith-haus.at

More Info here: http://www.greith-haus.at/ 

1.2.2019 - Event

The "UN Declaration on the Rights of Small Farmers and Other People Working in Rural Areas" was adopted by the UN General Assembly on 19.11.2018. In it it was established that these people are entitled to land, seeds and water - without being criminalised for it. FIAN invites discussion to discuss opportunities and challenges.

When: Friday, 1.2.2019, 9.30 - 12.00 (Attention! Registration until 25.1.2019)
Where: Volksanwaltschaft, Festsaal Singerstraße 17, 1015 Vienna

15.11. to 10.12.2018 - Filmdays to the right to food

Hunger.Power.Profits.

The Film Days on the Right to Food take place in all Austrian provinces.

People who fight against large corporations for their land and their right to food are the protagonists.

More information under: www.hungermachtprofite.at

28.7.2018 - Vernissage

Photographer Tomás Martínez accompanied Carola Gosch on a project trip and took many beautiful pictures.

The paintings on display are made using an old cyanotype photographic printing process. The used paper comes from Nepal and was hand-made from the local shrub Daphne Cannabina (Lokta).

These pictures will be presented for the first time in a vernissage. We sincerely invite you!

28.7.2018 - 18:00
Lightbox Academy -
Antonigasse 46
1180 Vienna

Please let us know if you are attending: info@rootsforlife.com
Music accompaniment: Mike Malburg & Friends

26.6.2018 - FairStyria Day

FairStyria is the cross-departmental umbrella brand of the Province of Styria for activities in the field of global responsibility and sustainability.
FairStyria finances the training of women in Chyangsar and the operation of the model farm.

 

 

 

25.6.2018 - General Assembly & Project presentation

 Carola Gosch discussed the strategy for 2018 with the board and club members.
Afterwards the presentation of the work 2017/2018 took place.
 

 

 

 
 

24.6.2018 - Networkers for Humanity Day

 The purpose of the association is to provide humanitarian aid to people in need - with the aim of reducing suffering and creating new perspectives. 
The NFH supports Roots for Life in the construction of the training hall.
Carola Gosch was at the annual meeting of all members to present the progress of the project.

 

 

 

Who we are

Roots for Life is a humanitarian, non-profit organization, which stands up for women and children in Nepal on three levels.

Action: Roots for Life provides local help with local partners in emergency situations.

Empowerment: The organization strengthens the social position of girls and women through schooling and education in order to enable them to lead a self-determined, independent life.

Advocacy: In addition, Roots for Life works in Nepal for the interests of women and children to fight against sexual exploitation, abduction, trafficking, violence and oppression.