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Hildur Jackson Award 2019
 
For Ecovillage Projects and Regenerative Solutions.
And the 2019 Hildur Jackson Award winner is.... ReScope Programme, Africa

The ReScope Programme in Africa is the winner of the 2019 Hildur Jackson Award for Extraordinary Project.

The prize is awarded to projects bringing the most impactful inspiration about ecovillages/ecovillage lifestyles to a broad audience. 32 ecovillages and sustainable projects from all over the world applied to the  2019 edition Hildur Jackson Award.



The ReScope Programme was particularly recognized this year for their accomplishments of disseminating green technologies and permaculture techniques in five different African countries: Kenya, Malawi, Uganda, Zambia and Zimbabwe. Congratulations to the ReScope Programme!

Watch the interview with ReScope representativeMugove Walter Nyika:

The ReScope Programme in Africa is the winner of the 2019 Hildur Jackson Award for Extraordinary Project.

The prize is awarded to projects bringing the most impactful inspiration about ecovillages/ecovillage lifestyles to a broad audience. 32 ecovillages and sustainable projects from all over the world applied to the  2019 edition Hildur Jackson Award.



The ReScope Programme was particularly recognized this year for their accomplishments of disseminating green technologies and permaculture techniques in five different African countries: Kenya, Malawi, Uganda, Zambia and Zimbabwe. Congratulations to the ReScope Programme!

Watch the interview with ReScope representativeMugove Walter Nyika:

Click in the image to watch the interview and get to know the ReScope Programme.
GEN Trainings in China, Oct 2019
 

2-day Power of Community Training in China
October 14 – 15, House of I, China
With Kosha Joubert and Trudy Juriansz

This experiential training takes you on a participatory journey through the framework of whole systems thinking and participatory design that is at the heart of the ecovillage movement. Join to learn about ecovillages around the world, discover Ecovillage Design, and explore how to use it to transform your own life, community and the world around you.

 
Click here to know more and join this training!
 


GEN Training of Trainers China 2019
With Kosha Joubert
17-21 October 2019
AHA School of Built Environment, Haikou Economic College, Haikou, Hainan, China

Develop your skills as a facilitator of participatory and transformative learning. Increase your capacity to present ecovillages as a solution to the world’s most pressing challenges. Become increasingly skilled in catalysing communities for a regenerative world, inviting them to design their own Ecovillage Development Plan.

 
LAST OPORTUNITY! Click here to know more and join this training!
 
Partners
Collective Trauma Online Summit


Thomas Hübl hosts 25+ experts on the topic of collective trauma including leading psychotherapists, mediators, visionaries, researchers and peacemakers. This 9-day global event will engage compelling conversations with cultural influencers to advance understanding, inspire dialogue and explore the potential for healing personal, intergenerational and collective trauma.


Free registration - sign up now at https://collectivetraumasummit.com/gen
 
Gaia Education  - Training of Trainers (ToT) in Findhorn, Scotland


 

The aim of the Training of Trainers is first and foremost, to help you deepen your experience in how to teach, facilitate and train people by enabling collaboration and participation among a community of learners.

In addition, we hope to inspire you to identify what you are most deeply called to teach, and most importantly, why participatory methods are so critically important for the engagement of communities and the future of life on Earth.

If you are interested in learning more and finding out how you make an even bigger impact, then you can find more information here.


Use the following code to get a 20% discount:  ecovi-20
Access: https://www.gaiaeducation.org/face-to-face/training-of-trainers/findhorn/
 
GEN Ambassadors
 

Pioneers For Peace WORKING THROUGH SUBTLE POWER
MAY | JUNE 2019, NAMIBIA

WITH VISOLELA ROSA NAMISE (GEN AFRICA, WINDHOEK, NAMIBIA), NANE-TANGENI SHINDONDOLA (WINDHOEK) AND HEIKE WEGENER (SCHLOSS GLARISEGG, SWITZERLAND) WITH THE SUPPORT OF MENA VIEIRA (TAMERA, PORTUGAL)

This was a journey for networking and offering workshops in cooperation with employees from the Ministry of Gender Equality, Health and Childcare of Namibia, Conny Manghono, Petronella / Ames, the Dolam, the residential child-care home in Katutura, as well as with the NGO ChildLine / LifeLine in Windhoek and Women Solidarity Namibia.

"The first three workshops in the main city were organised by Nane-Tangeni Shindondola, from Windhoek. The last workshop was organised by Visolela and held in the Katutura township of Windhoek, also known as ‘the place where we don’t want to be’. We networked with the Permaculture-Farm Project Aio Da Go, founded by Visolela in Otjozondjupa Region in 2016, attuning to possibilities for a further healthy and peaceful life and sustainable development for the rural communities with their traditional culture, art and medicine.

I left Namibia deeply touched by the love of these women, listening to the echo of our deep connection and the openness to support each other’s soul-journey."


 
Click here to know more about the work of Heike Wegener!
 
 

 

 

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