8:00 to 10:00 GMT
Meets weekly on Fridays, from 16 April to 21 May.
It is a strange time to be alive. We are living through a global pandemic as well as grappling with an extractive model of development, that has led to both an ecological crisis and a mental health crisis.
As a global network that includes individuals and teams working on addressing sustainability questions at all levels of scale, Initiatives of Change (IofC) is unique in that we place a focus on the interaction between personal wellbeing, relational trust, and taking action together.
Those who feel a part of IofC will have experienced this focus in different ways. Initiatives for Land, Lives, and Peace and IofC Sweden are offering this training as a space to connect people; our aim is to encourage more collaboration and community among these diverse experiences. The training will also offer a deeper focus on the foundations of IofC.
This training is for those with previous experience working with/on an IofC team, conference, or initiative. You must be 18 or older.
Deadline to register is 28 February - please visit the Registration Page for more details!
Please note that this event will be held on Zoom - we advise that you ensure your Zoom application, whether on desktop, browser, or mobile device, is the most current version. Please see Zoom Updates for more details.
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Rishabh is the Chief Impact Officer at Earthbanc, and Steering Committee member of ILLP (Initiative of Land, Lives, and Peace), and he is driven by his calling to strike a balance between social and ecological systems. For over ten years he has focused on applying new economic and business models in accordance with the planet and all its creatures. As a result he founded The Indian Youth Climate Network. He has worked with organization-like WWF, Climate Action Network, ABN Amro Bank, UNFCCC, UN-Habitat, Ministry of New Renewable Energy in India, and many more.
Kjersti has been a working actor and artist since 1996. Though born in Sweden and has moved frequently and considers herself ‘Nationally Fluid’ (belonging to humanity). After extensive training with some of the best teachers and physical theatre schools in the world (Naropa University, Embodied Poetics), she took her work in Buddhist philosophy and design back to Europe with her family. Currently, she's been building training programs for various businesses’, applying the personal work required to be a good actor to the skill building of being a good teammate, leader, or communicator.