A Living Systems Regenerative Approach to Human Conflicts. Webinar with Nuno Da Silva on May 15th

A Living Systems Regenerative Approach to Human Conflicts. Webinar with Nuno Da Silva on May 15th
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A Living Systems Regenerative Approach to Human Conflicts is the third webinar part of the Conflict Resilience Series, a series highlighting some fantastic resources on the benefits of addressing and re-framing conflict to maintain effective groups.

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Wednesday May 15th, 2024 ¡ 14:00 - 15:30 h Universal Time Coordinated (UTC)

Will you need live interpretation-translation into your language? Would you like to offer these services? Please write us to inner@transitionmovement.org

The webinar: new insights 4 years after the Conflict Transformation summit

Join us for a transformative workshop where we delve into the understanding developed since the Coming Down to Earth Online Summit four years ago.

As the modern world finds itself at a dramatic crossroad, we find ourselves in uncharted territory, brimming with uncertainty, multiple crises and eminent collapses as well as new possibilities for healthier, regenerative ways of being and doing things in the world.

Through this workshop Nuno invites us to reflect on our personal and collective challenges as we are called to more consciously work with tensions, conflicts, and inherited traumas to foster deeper personal and cultural shifts, through collaborative co-creative efforts.

Together, we'll delve into questions related with personal and collective development within the change makers space, vis-a-vis an increasingly complex, uncertain, ambiguous and volatile world.

Our guest: Nuno Da Silva

Nuno Da Silva

Nuno Da Silva is highly committed, caring and enthusiastic about being a resource to people and organisations in supporting the development of their capabilities and capacity to move work towards economies in service of “wellth” (well being and health).

Nuno has a degree in Economics and extensive experience in designing and hosting highly engaging, participatory development processes, both locally (with communities of place) and trans-locally (with communities of practice). He has worked with various national, international and intergovernmental entities from the public, private, and civil society sectors in a diversity of fields ranging from youth development, adult education, organisational development (for both businesses and institutions) and more recently in living systems approaches to harmonize human activities with the ecosystems that sustain life on Earth.

Nuno is a faculty member of the Regenesis Institute for a Regenerative Practice flagship course "The Regenerative Practitioner Series" and has been hosting these courses in Europe since 2021, while supporting the development of communities of practice in the continent. He is a co-founder of LÚCIDA - Regenerative Thinking for Clear Actions, a collective of professionals in Portugal, supporting people, organisations and institutions in their development towards regenerative approaches.

Gift economy webinar

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Conflict is a hot topic and we want everybody to be able to access these spaces.
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The art~ist

Inspired by the Coming Down to Earth Summit, Brenna Quinlan (South-West Australia) is the artist who created this art piece:

Coming Down to Earth: art piece, resources and interview to Brenna Quinlan
Brenna Quinlan is the artist who created this beautiful art piece around the Coming Down to Earth Summit. She was inspired by the several resources provided -that you can check and watch by clicking on the box below. 📘Check HERE the Coming Down to Earth journey resources The image Brenna

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