GLOBAL ECOVILLAGE SUMMIT (GES) 10-14 December 2014

Connecting Communities for a Sustainable World

Hosted by the Global Ecovillage Network (GEN) and GEN-Africa

(Hotel ‘le Calao’, Ngor, Dakar, Senegal)

An Ecovillage Approach to Designing Sustainable Rural and Urban Communities and Combatting Poverty

Weds. July 2 

6:15 - 7:45 PM

Conf Room C, UN Hqtrs

 

Giovanni Ciarlo: Management Chair, Ecovillage Design Education; Former Board President, Global Ecovillage Network; Co-founder, Huehuecoyotl Ecovillage

 

Guest Speaker: Millennium Village & Millennium Promise,  Jon Gagnon: Member & Video Producer, Whole Village Ecovillage; UN Youth Representative, Global Ecovillage Network 

 

Honouring Paulo Mellet, of Blessed Memory 23-06-2014

Our dear friend, Paulo Mellet, chose freedom on 23.06.2014. 

GEN AFRICA CONFERENCE 2013, KENYA

GEN - Global Ecovillage Network - Africa held its second  annual conference with 120 delegates from 20 African countries, in 2013, the hosting country was in Kenya.The conference saw many examples of bottom-up initiatives, to empower women, fight poverty, protect nature, give perspectives for children and youth in villages and cities, from South Africa to Egypt, from Ghana to Ethiopia, and of course from D.R. Congo.

POSITIVE FEEDBACK FROM KENYA EDE 2013 PARTICIPANTS

Participants to the Ecovillage Design Education training in Kenya in 2013 had a positive feedback about the training. To most of them, the training offered them a new opportunity to transform their communities and projects with the rich experience gained from the EDE.

Attached below are feedback from participants.

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Transition to Resilience Training

The Transition to Resilience Training is a learning journey for change makers, who want to realise projects related to resilience and sustainability in their regions, communities or workplaces. It is the fruit of collaboration between the Global Ecovillage Network, Transition Town Network, Permaculture Academy, Centre for Human Emergence, Damanhur, Cloughjordan, Findhorn Foundation and The Hub.

 

Welcome to the GEN-Europe Conference at ZEGG 9-13 July 2014

You are warmly invited to join us and get an updated and personal connection to what is happening throughout the European and Global networks of GEN at the moment. 

GEN-movements are breathing and unfolding all over the world – and from all regions of Europe, practitioners will be coming to join and inspire us.

Ecovillages act as research and training centres for sustain­able development within wider society. 

NextGEN Europe Conference, July 4th - 13th, 2014 in ZEGG, Germany

 

This year NextGEN-Europe conference will be an event full of opportunities to connect, share inspiration and weave a strong network.

Young people from all over Europe will come together!

If you are a young person who is somehow involved in the ecovillage network - or you want to be so in the future - we warmly invite you to bring your experience, dreams and being into our conference!

ABOUT GEN AFRICA

Happy GEN-Africa-Group

GEN-Africa is the African ecovillage association, promoting social resilience, environmental pro­tection and restoration of nature through the concept of ecovillages as models for sustainable human settlements. We actively support the de­vel­opment of ecovillages and networks in all parts of Africa.

GEN-Africa is a membership organisation that is emerging with the support of GEN - Europe foun­ded in 1996, and open to a wide range of projects regardless of their political, religious or cultural backgrounds.

What we do

  1. Makes visible to the world the dynamic and impressive work already being done on the ground to develop sustainable community solutions all over Africa
  2. Empowers these projects and the people involved by connecting them to each other and to like-minded individuals and organisations worldwide
  3. Facilitates South-South and South-North exchange of inspiration, information and training amongst ecovillages and related projects
  4. Invites traditional village networks into the ecovillage network on the basis of deep respect for the wisdom they still hold

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