Caribbean Reality Studies Center
“Better a stone age than no age”
DIRECTOR, Dr. Glenn Sankatsing
QUEST TO RESCUE OUR FUTURE
Amsterdam, Rescue Our Future Foundation, 2016, 555 p. (sewn)
Quest to Rescue Our Future chronicles the path of humanity, diagnoses our present misfortunes, identifies the dangerous trends and maps the desirable and feasible futures. Most importantly, it locates the transformative social forces that are still intact – the moral reserves of humanity – and delves into the strategy and actions that can shape a different version of humanity.
We live on a small planet that a boundless Universe privileged with the chemistry of life. Humanity has been tampering dangerously with the exceptional conditions that made life possible on Earth.
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NEW PROJECT: Global Youth Tribunal on the Future
¿Cómo Rescatar Nuestro Futuro? CariCen 1, 2017
“How to Rescue Our Future”
Brownsberg (Agwago Kun), Suriname, August 14-18, 2015
Organized by Caribbean Reality Studies Center (Aruba)
Stichting Wetenschappelijke Informatie (SWI, Suriname)
Institute of Graduate Studies and Research (IGSR) of the Anton de Kom University of Suriname.
BOOK – FREE DOWNLOAD
Sankatsing, Glenn - Caribbean Social Science: An Assessment. UNESCO, 1989 (Full text pdf file, 40 MB)
SURINAME ARTICLES [DUTCH]
NELSON MANDELA departed December 5, 2013
Death is not the failure of life but its coronation!
Listen to Mandela’s own voice at his defense at the 1964 trial [F5 to run pps-file]
Sueño en la Fábrica brings original sounds of nature from across the planet artistically to life with a mixture of music, song, dance, video, theater, and light effects that calls up the imaginary through their rich atmospheres.
Caribbean Reality Studies Center conducts and hosts research, analysis and thought on society
and human action in the Caribbean and beyond from a context-based, social reality directed,
future-oriented extradisciplinary approach that is not fragmented along traditional boundaries
of current social science disciplines. Over the years, its main concern has been to bring together concerned people in a quest to find roads to rescue the future of humanity as an endangered species. At the heart of CRSCenter’s efforts stands breeding a new
generation of critical scholars, professionals and leaders, able to embark on a development-based project geared towards the survival of our species in harmony with the surrounding nature. Development is the mobilization of inherent potentialities in interactive response to challenges posed by nature, habitat and history to realize a sustainable project with the locus of control within.