Groups and networks gathering: Engaging with the people of your place (Past)

Part of a series of gatherings for place-based groups and networks working with Doughnut Economics

In a zoom call recently someone I was meeting for the first time said “The essence of Doughnut Economics is inviting people in”, and we've certainly found that there's a particular quality about the Doughnut that people find inviting.

In this gathering we’ll look at the many ways groups and networks around the world are already engaging with the people of their place through inviting methods and approaches, so that more and more people can become part of the conversation to reimagine and transform their place.

The gathering is for anyone already part of a group or network or anyone looking to create or join a group or network to apply the ideas of Doughnut Economics in their place. If you would like to join, please complete this registration form and we'll send you the zoom details.

Note that this event is repeated for both Asia and Americas time zones to enable people from across the world to participate. For details of all events in the series of gatherings, visit the events page.




    Rob Shorter

    Oxford, England, United Kingdom

    Excited to explore & share inclusive, participatory & imaginative ways of bringing the Doughnut to life

    Rieta Aliredjo

    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.

    Robertson Work

    Swannanoa, North Carolina, USA

    I want to learn how to apply DE models and methods to the Swannanoa watershed in western North Carolina.

    Bruce Katlin

    Taos, NM

    The need for equity and parity.

    Carlos Espinosa

    Black Mountain, North Carolina, United States of America

    I agree with the Doughnut vision and I want to help developing and apply this concept on the Swannoa river watershed.


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