Groups and networks gathering: Organisational structure and governance (Past)

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

In these last two gatherings of the year we’ll look at the organisational elements of what it means to create and sustain a group or network that’s working for transformation of place, with this gathering being focused on the topics of group and network structure and governance.

We know these are high priority topics, and as with all the other gatherings we will have space to connect with each other to share the choices you’ve made and are making in these areas and support each other in the questions, challenges and dilemmas you are currently facing.

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

    Aleksandra Kekkonen

    Tallinn, Harjumaa, Estonia

    I'd like to find similar-minded people and get inspiration to make Tallinn Doughnut, participate in joint projects

    Irving Knus

    Aarhus, Danmark

    I'm a member of Aarhus Doughnut Group, Denmark

    Brian Dowling

    Hacienda Heights, California, United States of America

    Interest in applying Systems Thinking and Complex Adaptive Systems through heterodox economics.

    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.

    Ronan Taylor

    Washington D.C., District of Columbia, United States o...

    I believe doughnut economics offers the most realistic and achievable vision for an environmentally friendly economy.

    Helen Hill

    Dili, East Timor

    Fantastic to hear Kate Raworth deliver the Schumaher Lecture on Zoom: now trying to apply her ideas in local govt. in Timor-Leste

    Brian Dowling over 1 year ago

    Never got the link.

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    Brian Dowling over 1 year ago

    Also, signing up seems more complicated than when I first did it.

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    Brian Dowling over 1 year ago

    Okay, I am giving up. Disappointed I didn't get to see my fellow member contribute to the program. 

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    Alison Seligson over 1 year ago

    Hi, I'm not sure how to log into the event...the link provided in the invitation doesn't work.

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    Brian Dowling over 1 year ago

    Is the link you have by chance If it is, same here. I thought I would be getting an updated link but no. 

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