9 day workshop in Devon: “Sustaining Resistance, Empowering Renewal:Tools for Effective and Sustainable Activism”

Nowt to do with MCFly , just passing it along in the spirit of sharing…

Sustaining Resistance, Empowering Renewal:Tools for Effective and Sustainable Activism

A 9 day residential workshop in rural Devon, 17th-26th June 2014

This workshop offers personal and collective tools to make our activism more effective. It offers space to reflect and analyse, helping us to stay in it for the long haul, create personal sustainability and bring continuity to our movement building. The workshop aims to help us stay inspired, nourished, empowered and creative. It aims to help ensure the collective dimensions of our activism exemplify the values we struggle for.

The workshop will use ecological/systems thinking, radical analysis and participatory learning methods to help explore our activism and how we can create strong social movements. It offers practical methods for engaging in the inner work that underpins effective social change work. The workshop venue, on the edge of Dartmoor, provides ideal conditions for reflection, healing and renewal.

The course is offered by the ecodharma collective (www.ecodharma.com) and Seeds for Change (www.seedsforchange.org.uk). Bursaries may be available. Places are limited.

Application deadline 3rd March 2014. For more information or an application form please call 01865 403 134 or email kathryn@seedsforchange.org.uk

 

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