Te Kaha O Nga Tangata - The Power of Community

A Workshop in Ecovillage Living & Design

With Kosha Joubert, Director of  Global Ecovilage Network (GEN)

Saturday, 22nd June, 9am - 4.30pm

Registrations close 10th June

At Riverside Centre

Workshop Fee: Income based sliding scale between $65 - $130 per person

For more info: earthcarecommunity@gmail.com

 

Are you curious about regenerative community living and how ecovillage design can support you to take action and transform your life, project or community?  This experiential workshop takes you on a participatory journey through the framework of whole systems thinking and participatory design that is at the heart of the global ecovillage movement.

• Learn about GEN's 30 Ecovillage Design Principles and the GEN map of social, ecological, cultural and economic regeneration - and how to apply this in your own life and the development of your community; • Learn time-tested participatory tools for building community and mobilising collective action • Learn about how ecovillage development is a powerful a tool for climate change adaptation.
• Discuss how GEN could support NZ initiatives and about forming a GEN group in this country, as part of GENOA (GEN Oceania Asia)

 

ABOUT KOSHA
Kosha Joubert MSc, is an international facilitator, trainer, and consultant in community empowerment, intercultural collaboration and sustainable development.  She is co-founder of Gaia Education and co-author of its internationally applied Ecovillage Design Education curriculum.  In 2016 Kosha received the Dadi Janki '100 Women of Spirit' Award, for making a difference in the world.


COST: Based on income-based sliding scale.  You determine your place anywhere along this scale, with consideration for the value of the training to you. $130 - $65
Highest: Government/Corporate/Educational Institutions
Lowest: WINZ beneficiaries, low income, students

 

Disclaimer: The views and opinions expressed in this post are those of the facilitator/event organiser and do not necessarily reflect Riverside Community Trust Board's official position and policy. Please contact the facilitator directly for all questions regarding this post's content.

 

 

 

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