After several months of collective work that brought together more than 200 people, it's time to take stock!
The Brussels Donut team is pleased to invite you to the online event "Brussels Donut: what next?
The concrete proposals for using the Donut will be presented and we'll imagine together how the Donut can help the Brussels Region to implement a socially just and environmentally sustainable transition.
15.00 - 16.30: The Brussels Donut project and its results (webinar in French and Dutch, with simultaneous translation into French, Dutch and English)
- The Donut principles, by Kate Raworth
- Presentation of the Brussels Donut project and its results
- Reflection lines for the Brussels Region by Barbara Trachte, Secretary of State for Economic Transition
- Questions and answers
➡️ Register here
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We look forward to seeing many of you!
Bruxelles, Région de Bruxelles-Capitale - Brussels Hoo...
Working on implementing the doughnut framework for the Brussels region, I'm looking forward to sharing with the community.
Tel Aviv, מחוז תל אביב, Israel
A profound understanding that Neo-classical economic models and teaching are destructive to our planet and its inhabitants
Killarney, Munster, Ireland
I believe doughnut economics is how states and communities should be understood in the 21st century
Frankfurt am Main, Hessen, Germany
I firmly believe that we need a shift away from the understanding of economics that shapes the way we think and act today.
Maite de Medeiros
The Hague, Zuid-Holland, The Netherlands
I would love to meet likeminded people who are also interested in engaging with local communities.
Oxford, England, United Kingdom
I would like to help to contribute to the process of subverting the current socio/economic system
Get inspired, connect with others and become part of the movement. No matter how big or small your contribution is, you’re welcome to join!