Sociocracy for informal groups including short courses and other gatherings (Rakesh “Rootsman Rak”)


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Many of us have implemented or used sociocracy in well-established groups or projects where we have time to train people to get them up to speed. But what about for short-term projects, where we do not necessarily have so much time. Rakesh has used sociocracy in many such situations, from one-day conferences to residential training courses. Let’s explore ideas of how to use sociocracy effectively to co-create events.

Bio: Rakesh is an experienced low-impact living designer and teacher from the UK, specialising in permaculture, collaborative working, sociocracy, food forests and other low-maintenance food growing systems, etc. He has supported several community projects in London and throughout Europe and has taught in many countries around the world. Made a livelihood as a computer consultant, homeopath, yoga teacher and reggae DJ.

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