Eda Elif Tibet
Here is how the future of work looks like: cool organisations with independent projects, a lot of remoteness but also interconnections around the world ; with in person retreats, meetings, gatherings, events and field work that all come together and make the big story which is being part of a movement that works day and night towards a more regenerative planet earth.
A post-doctoral researcher, I lead my own independent research initiative ANIMATING THE COMMONS at the critical sustainability unit / Institute of Geography at the University of Bern. I hold a PhD on Social Anthropology from the University of Bern (2019) and an Mphil from the University of Kent (2013) . My research is in partnership with the Global Diversity Foundation (UK) where I am the lead visual anthropologist and a core faculty member for the Global Environments Summer Academy taking place at the University of Oxford each year. I mentor at the Global Environments Network for environmental change-makers across the globe, I work towards media impact production with the Alliance for Mediterranean Nature and Culture and for systems change with collaboratio helvetica in Bern Switzerland.
I am the founder of KarmaMotion: a film collective of cultural media and film creators whom produced numerous award winning doc films : Our Common(s) Story 2023, Home for Humanity 2022, Ait Atta:Nomads of the High Atlas 2020 , Ballad for Syria 2017, Refugee Here I Am 2015, Hey Goat! 2014, AMCHI 2013, 28 Days on the Moon 2012 and the co-founder of EthnoKino a Film Festival dedicated to visionary filmmakers and visionaries.
I am an avid social innovator, researcher, fundraiser and trailblazing media practitioner working towards planetary transformation via meaningful storytelling.
Vimeo Channel: https://vimeo.com/karmamotion
Web Site: www.karmamotion.com