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The second SCP workshop takes place in Brussels on September 23rd and 24th 2019. 29 in-person participants took part in the first afternoon.
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The second [[Sustainable Communities Programme]] workshop took place in Brussels on September 23rd and 24th 2019. It was supported by a small grant from [https://assembly.fundaction.eu/ FundAction], and timed to coincide with follow-up events to the [[European Day of Sustainable Communities]] and kick-off meeting for the [[Ecovillage transition in action]] project. It was attended by around 30 in-person participants.
  
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== Context Setting ==
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The workshop began with a mapping exercise based on the Berkana Institute's [https://berkana.org/about/our-theory-of-change/ two loops model], facilitated by Davie Philip.
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== Insights from Existing Initiatives ==
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A fishbowl discussion began with reports from key actors in several existing cases of transformative regional initiatives: the [[Sustainable Neighbourhoods Programme]], the [[Bioregional Learning Centre]], the [[Living in Sustainable Villages project]] and [[Moray ecovillage development]]. Further discussion, also involving other participants, identified key challenges and success factors.
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== Documentation ==
 
* [https://docs.google.com/document/d/14FKp12U3Q1AoM_Ul_TQjidKhLNMLsj_pOViGRAnlUpE/edit Programme]
 
* [https://docs.google.com/document/d/14FKp12U3Q1AoM_Ul_TQjidKhLNMLsj_pOViGRAnlUpE/edit Programme]
 
* [https://docs.google.com/document/d/1mrNU24uWyPXX5v2xe8oCH1MBwRtGBB0nwutT9Q9ZwN4/edit Notes]
 
* [https://docs.google.com/document/d/1mrNU24uWyPXX5v2xe8oCH1MBwRtGBB0nwutT9Q9ZwN4/edit Notes]

Revision as of 16:05, 23 September 2019

The second Sustainable Communities Programme workshop took place in Brussels on September 23rd and 24th 2019. It was supported by a small grant from FundAction, and timed to coincide with follow-up events to the European Day of Sustainable Communities and kick-off meeting for the Ecovillage transition in action project. It was attended by around 30 in-person participants.

Context Setting

The workshop began with a mapping exercise based on the Berkana Institute's two loops model, facilitated by Davie Philip.

Insights from Existing Initiatives

A fishbowl discussion began with reports from key actors in several existing cases of transformative regional initiatives: the Sustainable Neighbourhoods Programme, the Bioregional Learning Centre, the Living in Sustainable Villages project and Moray ecovillage development. Further discussion, also involving other participants, identified key challenges and success factors.

Documentation