Masterclass with Helena Norberg-Hodge
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This event took place on 29th March, 10PM UTC | 3PM PDT
As our world becomes increasingly globalised, many communities are realising the importance of re-focusing on local economies and systems. During this Masterclass, we will delve into topics such as the "economy of happiness", localisation, local economies, local food systems, and question and propose different indicators for the quality of the economies.
We are thrilled to invite you to join us in this talk with renowned author, filmmaker, and pioneer in the localisation movement, Helena Norberg-Hodge, as we explore the theme of "Relocalizing: re-thinking our future".
Helena Norberg-Hodge is a world-renowned expert in these areas and has spent decades working with local communities to implement sustainable and localised solutions. Her insights and experiences are sure to provide valuable and thought-provoking discussions.
This Masterclass is ideal for anyone interested in sustainability, community resilience, and creating a better future for all. We welcome attendees from all backgrounds and levels of experience. So don't miss out on this opportunity to learn from one of the leading voices in the localisation movement.
Register now and join us on this journey of rethinking our future!
Linguist, author and filmmaker, Helena Norberg-Hodge is the founder and director of the international non-profit organisation, Local Futures, a pioneer of the new economy movement, and the convenor of World Localization Day.
She is the author of several books, including ‘Ancient Futures: Learning from Ladakh’, an eye-opening tale of tradition and change in Ladakh, or “Little Tibet”. Together with a film of the same title, Ancient Futures has been translated into more than 40 languages, and sold half a million copies.
Silvia Di Blasio
Gaia Education Coordinator
Silvia is an Argentinian born Design for Sustainability graduate and EDE facilitator with a lifelong passion and dedication to social justice, sustainability, and transformational change. With a degree in Psychopedagogie and Adult Education and a diploma in Career Counselling, Silvia has specialized on eLearning, curriculum design and facilitation for social change.
Silvia brings a long track record of working as an educator, curriculum designer, online specialist, career coach and facilitator in organisations that include, among others the Work That Reconnects Network, the Permaculture Women’s Guild and three NGOs supporting immigrants and refugees in Canada.
Gaia Education Coordinator
Yan is part of our e-Learning team. Graduated in engineering, he has been exploring a holistic worldview in his life, as well as a concept of sustainability and regeneration. Yan has experience supporting EDEs and educational projects, leading to an era of collaboration and transformation.