IDEN Virtual Cuppa - after hours (Past)

OPEN session to meet and discuss everything doughnut economics

IRISH DOUGHNUT ECONOMICS NETWORK #IDEN presents the virtual cuppa - after hours (not a virtual pub), an evening time cuppa for people to meet and chat. 
It is part of our action to connect people thinking like a 21st Centry economist and seed the idea into action across Ireland. 

Our virtuals cuppas started in September and ran Friday mornings weekly until December 2020. That did not suit everyone who wanted to connect around DEAL. So we thought we'd experiment a bit and open up the event to anyone who is interested. 

This after hours, an evening time cuppa is open to anyone that wants to attend in Ireland or across the globe.

 IDEN respectfully request you join DEAL if you want to attend because
  • the Irish DE Network #IDEN operate with DEAL code of conduct and principles of practice. 
  • by joining the virtual cuppa you are agreeing to have read & follow the code of conduct and principles of practice 

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