Are you a practitioner or part of an initiative and organization in Europe that is catalyzing the transition of local communities toward sustainable & regenerative futures?
Then come and join us this April for a unique international gathering in Brussels! This three-part blended event gives you a chance to meet European policymakers and like-minded individuals who're working towards socio-ecological changes.
Learn about active community-led initiatives and resources available, discover how the European Green Deal could advance our work, and let's discuss the changes needed to create real change! This gathering will create a harmonious space where we can come together and strengthen Europe's resilience and social contract through building connections and community.
Details of each part of the event are as follows;
Part 1, 24 April 9.00-13.00 CET @ First Euroflat Hotel, Brussels & online:
Sharing the successes of community-led initiatives and the latest resources and approaches to catalyzing communities through regenerative practices, socially inclusive interventions, and place-based demonstration centers.
Part 2: 24 April 14.00-17.00 CET @ First Euroflat Hotel, Brussels & online:
Discussing the roadblocks that practitioners meet recurringly when catalyzing community transitions: what structural barriers need to be removed, what policy changes are claimed, and what support is gathered?
Part 3, 25 April, 08.30-12.30 CET @ European Parliament & online:
An extended breakfast with MEPs to scope community-led initiatives, the emerging catalyzing professions, and the European Green Deal could advance each other’s objectives.
We will be streaming the event live online from Brussels for anyone unable to make it in person! Please sign up as soon as possible for any of the complementary parts of the event here.
Please sign up asap for any of the complementary parts of the event. The event is free of charge.
This event is made possible through the cooperation of the following groundbreaking Erasmus+ projects: the Community Catalysts project series, Community Climate Coaches, and iACT (Activating Community Transformation).