Cohousing: Cohabitat Québec

Apr 28, 2018

  • An intentional community: Cohabitat Québec (Canada).
  • This case study is helpful if you
    • are interested of part of cohousing, or
    • would like to see a good implementation of sociocracy and see how others learn from their mistakes!
    • “For them the most important part of sociocracy is the rounds. They don’t like taking turns in a popcorn style.”
    • This case study was written by Damien Doute, as part of his contribution to the Sociocracy Leadership Training. Thanks, Damien!
    • They describe their governance system on their website.

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