A sociocratic, collective permaculture mandate in Brazil
October 7 @ 11:00 - 12:30 EDTFree – $15
Two years ago, we hosted SoFA member Henny Freitas at our Annual Sociocracy Conference where she presented (in Spanish) her plan to run for office with a collective permaculture mandate that runs sociocratically. Henny got elected into office (!) and we proudly present Henny Freitas, in English, with her story and an update.
More background information: The Permacultural Collective Mandate of Alto Paraíso de Goiás, Brazil, was born with transparency, equivalence, efficiency, and a dynamic structure, capable of seeking unity within diversity. As a movement that seeks to keep people’s culture alive through caring for the Earth, caring for each other, and sharing knowledge and resources (human, natural and financial) fairly, there was no governance more appropriate to adopt than the Sociocracy.
- Interview with Henny Freitas (Webinar Circle), with audience questions
All events will be held on zoom (a video platform). You will receive the zoom link after registration. If you have questions about the class, send an email to [email protected]
Date and time
Oct 7, 15:00-16.30 UTC (Universal Coordinated Time).
Other events in the series
This webinar is part of a series of events on “Evolving democracy from the inside out”. See the other events!