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Using the Ecovillage Playing Cards 1 with Kosha Joubert, Anna Kovasna

Learn how to use the Ecovillage Playing Cards to facilitate sessions, explore holistic sustainability and whole systems thinking, and guide groups towards ecovillage implementation! Kosha and Anna have developed the cards and used them in many different locations and settings. Join in to hear them share different creative ways you can use the cards and explore how they are a tool for play, reflection, dialogue, learning, research and design - for individuals, groups, projects, organisations and communities.

The cards can be ordered here.

This session will be followed by a second webinar on September 21 where we go more into detail and discuss experiences of using the playing cards. The two webinars are intended to complement each other, but can also be attended independently.

Thursday August 31, 7 PM BST (British Summer Time) – see you local time here

 

Kosha Joubert, MSc serves as Executive Director of the Global Ecovillage Network. She has many years of experience as an international facilitator, trainer, and consultant and has worked extensively in the fields of community empowerment, intercultural collaboration and sustainable development. Kosha grew up in South Africa under Apartheid and has been dedicated to building bridges across divides ever since. She has lived in ecovillages for the past 25 years. Kosha is also a co-founder of Gaia Education, which develops trainings at the cutting-edge of sustainability, and co-author of the internationally applied curriculum of the Ecovillage Design Education. You can see her TEDx Talk on Ecovillages here: www.tinyurl.com/tedtalkkosha

Anna Kovasna, MSc is a researcher, trainer and community consultant passionate about the cocreation of just, collaborative and free societies. She serves as Education Director of the Global Ecovillage Network, parallel to completing her doctoral dissertation focusing on localisation and participatory community-building as tools for autonomy and social change. Having lived and worked internationally in several ecovillages, tribal communities and organisations, she brings practical experience of facilitation, education, research and community development in a variety of settings.

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