Facing climate change
Building resilient communities
6 week online course
Starting on 6th October 2020
“Pay As You Can”
In collaboration with Seeding our Future @future_scanning
Are you interested in exploring how we can build better communities and build our resilience? Can we “build back better’ to make our communities more resilient in the face of the impacts of climate change.
Future Conversations is inviting you to join us for this 6 week journey to
- Connect and share our hopes as well as our fears and challenges. Build your inner resilience by learning valuable lessons from nature
- Open up to your creativity and motivation to build resilient communities
- Challenge our beliefs and norms to allow what’s possible to emerge, particularly the impact of the climate emergency, and related social justice issues.
Register today, we’re looking forward to connecting and hosting these conversations for our future with you.
We will meet for 6 weeks (from 4:30 – 6:00 pm BST -UK time on Tuesday evenings) to examine how to explore and build individual and community resilience and begin making plans for a better future. This series of guided conversations will enable us to explore hopes, fears and needs for the next 5-20 years. We will explore facts and feelings, and provide processes and information to grow the confidence and skills to shape the future positively.
We offer this as a “Pay As You Can” series. We suggest a donation of £20, £30 or £40 for the 6 sessions. Any amount you can contribute over that will help our work to bring Future Conversations to more communities. If you’d like to contribute more please do.
Dates for your diaries are:
- 6th October
- 13th October
- 20th October
- 1 week off
- 3rd Nov
- 10th Nov
- 17th Nov
Pam Candea, of The Surefoot Effect, CIC, trains group work facilitators, runs personal resilience workshops, assists community groups with defining and implementing their values into their work, and works with corporates to lower their carbon impacts. She recently ran a pilot series of Future Conversations for Belville Community Gardens in Greenock. She has been using the elements of Joanna Macy’s ‘Spiral of the Work That Reconnects‘ in workshops for several years … and is still enjoying the learning!
Georgina Wilson: Founder and CEO of BUD: Overseer, Serial Social Entrepreneur, Community Organiser, Programme designer, Project Manager, Systems thinking, Facilitator, Host and Coach. Supports leaders for positive change in enterprise and community using a variety of methods and tools. Her focus is to enable emerging leaders to unearth their potential and power and to move them towards action and creating change. Previously collaborated with TfL, Local authorities, Semble, Power to Change, Specsavers, Community Organisers Ltd and more.