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The Power of Community, 3-day Eco-Village Workshop


‘THE POWER OF COMMUNITY’
- a 3-day Workshop on ECO-VILLAGE LIVING & DESIGN
at Tahawai Marae, Pakuranga
AUCKLAND
FRI 14th - SUN 16th JUNE 2019

Global Eco-village Network Training in New Zealand
The Global Eco-village Network (GEN) shares some of the world’s best practices in the field of community regeneration and resilience through a highly skilled and diverse network of experts.

GEN provides solutions to contribute towards local implementation of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals and the Paris Climate Agreements. GEN has UN Consultative status and works at the UN to advocate for eco-villages and the contribution they make to development and the future of the planet.

GEN also helps to spread community-led approaches through our eco-village programmes, which create wealth and employment opportunities, halt and reverse environmental degradation, sequester carbon and provide communities with the knowledge, skills and tools to guarantee a healthy future.

THE POWER OF THE COMMUNITY in New Zealand, June 14-16!
We warmly invite you to join us in this 3-day workshop on Ecovillage living and design. This training will be hosted at Tahawai Marae, Pakuranga, Auckland. The main facilitator is Kosha Joubert, Executive Director, Educator & Networker for the Global Ecovillage Network (GEN), and she'll be supported by Thalea Tane (Te Roroa, Ngāti Whātua, Ngāpuhi) & Robina McCurdy (Tui Community & Earthcare Education Aoteaora).

Come to this event and deepen in GEN's work for yourself!

Further Info & Registration Form, contact: ZWFydGhjYXJlY29tbXVuaXR5IHwgZ21haWwgISBjb20=
Phone Thalea 0211017817 or Robina 0220668577

E hara taku toa i te toa takitahi, engāri he toa takitini.
Success is not the work of one, but the work of many.

MORE OPTIONS NOW AVAILABLE TO ATTEND GLOBAL ECO-VILLAGE TRAINING

This participatory workshop, held in an open and inclusive space explores the framework of whole systems thinking and design to create and regenerate communities.

Our ticket sales close at 9 pm on Friday 31st June, and we wish to make sure that this
special workshop is fully attended, so please register as early as possible.

REGISTRATION OPTIONS
If you can not attend the whole event, there is an option to attend two days, or just one day if that's all you can manage, however you are strongly encouraged to attend the whole event as foundation-laying content will not be repeated.

COST: is based on income-based sliding scale - you determine your place along this scale, also with consideration for the value of the training to you.
Highest: government/corporate/educational institutions
Lowest: winz beneficiaries, low income, students

3 days: $480 - $230
2 days: $330 - $165
1 day: $180 - $90

Tickets include all meals and accommodation at the marae venue.

For Registration Form and Bank Details, email: ZWFydGhjYXJlY29tbXVuaXR5IHwgZ21haWwgISBjb20=
Please get in touch if you need any help or would like further information.

For more about Kosha's New Zealand events view,
Youtube Video

And facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/GlobalEcovillageNetwork/videos/903089180033365/

• Learn about GEN’s 30 Eco-Village Design Principles and the GEN map of social, ecological, cultural and economic regeneration - and how to apply this in your own life;

• Engage actively in mapping, design and community-building exercises grounded in decades of hands-on experience in regenerative communities;

• Learn about inspiring solutions from eco-villages around the world, including their different approaches to socio-economic structures

•Learn about how eco-village development is a powerful a tool for climate change adaptation and reaching the UN Sustainable

Development Goals;
• Experience and practice participatory tools for building community and mobilising collective action.

• Discuss how GEN could support NZ initiatives and about forming a GEN group in this country, as part of GENOA (GEN Oceania Asia)

Who for? People involved in:
• Land-based intentional communities

• Māori – whanau, hapū, Iwi, pan-Māori communities/ organisations/ Papakāinga

• Co-housing dwellers

• Neighbourhood communities

• Social Housing/Community (Development) Organisations/NGO’s

• Social Housing Groups

• Government Agencies

• Any interested people/parties

COST:
Based on income-based sliding scale - you determine your place along this scale, also with consideration for the value of the training to you.
$480 - $230
Highest: Government/Corporate/Educational Institutions
Lowest: WINZ beneficiaries, low income, students

Registrations Close: Friday 31 May

For Further Info & Registration Form, contact: ZWFydGhjYXJlY29tbXVuaXR5IHwgZ21haWwgISBjb20=
Phone Thalea 0211017817 or Robina 0220668577

E hara taku toa i te toa takitahi, engāri he toa takitini.
Success is not the work of one, but the work of many.



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