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Upcoming Schumacher Courses - Including Right Livelihood with Satish Kumar

10th June, 2016

Environmental campaigner Satish Kumar is one of the co-hosts of the popular year-long Right Livelihood programme which will run again this year

Join us for a year-long transformative learning journey that aims to align your livelihood with a deeper purpose in service of happiness and well-being of people and planet.

A Weekend with Jon Young: Fostering Regenerative Peace in Troubled Times

08/07/2016 to 10/07/2016

With Jon Young and Dr Deborah Benham Explore effective peacemaking and community building models. The tools and processes shared will enable you to bring your vision and creativity in full support of the Earth's immune system, apply exercises that awaken a deep sense of connection with nature and ourselves. You will examine the history of western expansion in terms of "connection loss" and the subsequent implications which affect virtually every part of our lives and look at role-models from history and current regenerative communities. 

The Right Livelihood Programme - Finding Deeper Purpose 2016/17

14/11/2016 to 27/10/2017

Ha Vinh Tho, Julia Kim, Satish Kumar, Otto Scharmer, Julie Richardson and guests Join us for a year-long transformative learning journey that aims to align your livelihood with a deeper purpose in service of happiness and well-being of people and planet. This programme includes residentials in the UK and Bhutan.

Ecological Food Systems - Sustainable Food for All (Policy and Practice)

04/07/2016 to 08/07/2016

With Colin Tudge, Ruth West, Jyoti Fernandes, Ed Hamer, Rebecca Hosking, Miguel A Altieri (by Skype) and Tim Crabtree Join us to learn more about the ecological, social, economic, cultural and political dimensions of a new agricultural paradigm and how it is taking shape around the world and in the UK, whilst visiting some of the most pioneering agro-ecological projects in the local area.  This course is based in the classroom in the field and is a mix of philosophy, practice, inspiration and action.

 

 

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