Ecovillage Design Education „Creating a transformative Culture"
How to be the change you want to see in the world?
Get part of the one month course "Ecovillage Design Education" (EDE) connected with about 50 young adults from all over the world.
We learn how to initiate together "Creating a transformative Culture". Within the 4 dimensions of social, worldview, ecology and economy we learn how create, develop and maintain eco villages and eco projects. You learn tools/methods to initiate and live in a sustainable, sufficient, fulfilling way for yourself and others – living in community. It is a new way of being and acting in the world that organically evolves as we enact fundamental changes both in ourselves and in the world around us. Everyone is also part of the development of an eco project or ecovillage. You are invited to bring or to join projects , which will build up the future we want to live in.
22. January to 24. February 2018 (changed)
We have a generous scholarship possibility to support the inclusion of people from non–European Countries and anyone can ask for special compensation.
Jashana Kippert: A lover of learning, degrees in Environmental Science, Anthropology, a Masters in Social Ecology and Phd. in Philosophy. “Community Trained” at Findhorn, and other smaller communities, political activism in Hawaii.
Sonja-Vera Schmitt: co-founded the intentional community Schloss Glarisegg in Switzerland and has been a crucial co-creator of its structural development. Breath, voice and speech therapist. She ist living at Schloss Glarisegg.
Elisabeth Schrag: studied Social Education, Psychotherapy, Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy and also works as a dance teacher for Movement Medicine. „I love life, humans and all beings.” She ist living at Schloss Glarisegg.
Stephen Busby: public speaker, coach, and healing practitioner; The work described is the culmination of over 35 years’ exploring higher human potential and purpose in and for myself and others.
Christian Felber: initiator of the "Economy for the Common Good" and the project "Bank for the Common Good".
Mumta Ito: founder of the International Centre for Wholistic Law, which aims to realign the application and methodology of law with the universal laws that govern all life.
Francois Wiesmann: since 20 living and working in communities, processes of collective intelligence, transparent communication and community building.
Christine Dürschner: is a communication and relationship expert. She ist living at Schloss Glarisegg.
Rene Duveen: Co founder of the Community Sennrüti at Degersheim
Heike Wegener: Osteopathie - Trauma-Integration - Kommunikations-Training. She ist living at Schloss Glarisegg.
and many other community members and guests.