Seeds of Radical Renewal – A Twelve-Part Course for Young Leaders
Date(s) - Mar 7, 2021 - May 23, 2021
Event Sponsor and Host
With Joanna Macy, David Abram, David G. Haskell, Dekila Chungyalpa, brontë velez, Jim Enote, and others
Apply by Monday, February 1st, at 11:59pm (PST).
This is an online event.
From the organizer:
This twelve-part leadership course offers emerging leaders the opportunity to deepen their skills in building and co-creating spaces of renewal, reciprocity, and reverence. Designed for those working in social and environmental fields, this course is an in-depth exploration of the emerging field of spiritual ecology: an evolving philosophy that is rooted in the understanding that ecological, cultural, and spiritual renewal are interdependent.
Much of the inspiration for this course grew out of Kalliopeia Foundation’s Spiritual Ecology Fellowship, a leadership program that supports young leaders and innovators who recognize the need to create a future that is not driven by materialism and greed, but is rooted in the spiritual values of reverence for nature, interconnectedness, stewardship, compassion, and service.
The curriculum is built around six themed modules: origins, transitions, principles, practices, leadership, and project application. Each module consists of two parts: The first will offer an introduction to the corresponding theme, led by Emergence Magazine’s staff facilitator Amrita Bhohi. The second will be an opportunity to learn from the wisdom and expertise of guest teachers and Emergence contributors, including Joanna Macy, David Abram, David G. Haskell, Dekila Chungyalpa, brontë velez, Jim Enote, and others.
This event is hosted by Emergence Magazine.
For more information, see the event website here.
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