Event timings: 16th February 6 - 8pm UK time
Are you interested in social dynamics and the power of games and play in helping groups navigate complex conversations?
DEAL is collaborating with Red Cross Red Crescent Climate Centre (The Climate Centre) to offer the DEAL community an experience of the world of serious games.
In the event we will play some games together online (learning by doing!), show and explore how the games can be used and adapted to your own context (whether that be in person or online), and hear some stories of how games have been applied in the context of The Climate Centre’s humanitarian work, from rural Zambia to the White House and from the Vatican to NASA.
Please fill out this registration form and we'll send you the zoom link for the event.
This event is for people who are either familiar with the ideas and tools of Doughnut Economics or those who are already applying them in any context, whether in your community, civil society organisation, public institution, business, school or university.
The event is particularly for people who are interested in exploring the potential of games to open up possibilities and overcome barriers when exploring transformational ideas like Doughnut Economics with others.
Experience and learn about some practical games that you can apply in your own context (be it in your community, civil society organisation, public institution, business, school or university).
Understand how serious play can help you to introduce, explore and apply the ideas and tools of Doughnut Economics, and overcome barriers to adoption and application, by providing participants opportunities to turn their game-experience into insights and new pathways of possibility.
Hear stories of how games have been applied in the context of humanitarian work, from rural Zambia to the White House and from the Vatican to NASA.
About Red Cross Red Crescent Climate Centre
The Climate Centre aims to create modalities for people to engage with the humanitarian objectives of the Red Cross - to protect life and health and to ensure respect for the human being. Innovative community engagement approaches, such as art, humour and gameplay, plays a role in these modalities.
Learn about their work by visiting https://www.climatecentre.org/
Oxford, England, United Kingdom
Excited to explore & share inclusive, participatory & imaginative ways of bringing the Doughnut to life
Frankfurt am Main, Hessen, Germany
I'm finding leverage points for the Doughnut in secondary schools, with a focus on the International Baccalaureate.
A lawyer with a keen interest in economics, teaching and policy, hoping to learn about and apply the DEAL principles.
Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, The Netherlands
The doughnut is the goal we all can aspire to. Here is where we can help each other do that. Let's inspire and get inspired.
Rachel Lyn Rumson
I want to be in this space creating change with this model of economics and thriving in and with my community.
Natalia van der Wee
Utrecht, The Netherlands
I'm here to find, test, use and share great ideas and tools to help transformation to innovative and sustainable education.
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!