Version 1.0 (September 2020)
In this creative activity participants are invited to express their vision of a future when we are all living in the Doughnut. This can be done visually by drawing on a blank Doughnut template and / or a written or spoken story of that vision. And it can be taken in many directions, such as turning the visuals into a gallery or a spiral, or turning the stories into a book or a play. If done as a collective, the activity can start with an optional visioning exercise to help participants access a more creative and imaginative space.
Educators | Communities
Print-outs of the blank Doughnut template on white cardboard, drawing / colouring materials and if you’re making the spiral you’ll need scissors and glue
Original idea and lesson plan by Rob Shorter of DEAL. Time machine idea from Rob Hopkins of Transition Network. Doughnut Dream picture drawn by Siri Krznaric, age 11. Additional contributions from Kate Raworth, Carlota Sanz, Andrew Fanning of DEAL and Stephanie Leite.
Luxembourg (Luxembourg) & Trier (Germany)
I am looking to connect, exchange and collaborate. And offer my experience of living and volunteering in different countries
Otley, West Yorkshire
We are hoping to both Lear from and support the DEAL community
London, England, United Kingdom
I'd like to bring doughnut economics into my KS3 Geography / KS5 Politics curriculum. Keen to collaborate with other educators.
Baiting Hollow, Calverton, New York, United States of ...
Becoming effective altruistic, seeking to participate in politics of belonging, and doughnut economics
Les Houches, Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes, France
My objectives : improve my knowledge of change, take action through the pedagogy of change and resilience
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!