Sociocracy and Transition: complementary pathways to resilient communities

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2021-05-06 18:40 UTC


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Description: Enlightening the common points between the two paths and how sociocracy as a government system where power is shared and work is done from collective intelligence helps groups to move towards good living, resilience and care for Mother Earth. We will share concrete examples, successes and challenges of transition initiatives that have embraced the sociocracy.

Beatriz Arjona, Roberto Spano and Juliana Medina are respectively members of Transition Hubs Colombia, México and Chile. Are organizing a serie of webinars “Sociocracy and the transition movement – A way to move with transparency towards healthy and resilient societies”. All are activists, trainers, promoters of resilient and regenerative lifestyles, permaculture and eco-social regeneration.


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