Conversations on Resilience
Interviewing Oscar Gussinyer and Erika Zárate
Join us for a series of conversations on community and individual resilience.
With climate change already here and a series of connected crises (political, social, financial), it is more important than ever to work on improving the resilience of individuals and communities. From the psychological and social aspects to the more practical aspects of creating or preserving resilient systems for water, food, energy, transportation and communication. These conversations with experienced "resilient builders" will bring some light on how we can create safe and nurturing spaces for ourselves and those around us in times that will be increasingly challenging for all.
This month, we will start interviewing Oscar Gussinyer and Erika Zárate from Resilience.Earth
Resilience Earth is a non-profit cooperative dedicated to accompanying social and ecological movements, organisations and local governments so that they can leverage deep systemic change in their collectives, communities and bioregions. We work from a systemic perspective and we specialise in the areas of regenerative development, community resilience and transformative economy. Our main tools are facilitation, training, consulting, campaigning and policy development, all of which are done with a decolonial and intersectional lens.
Note: those registered to this webinar or any of the "Conversations on Resilience" series, will get a 25% discount on the "Design for Resilience" course.
Oscar Gussinyer is a Catalan regenerative development consultant, systemic researcher and analyst, and transformative educator with more than 20 years of professional experience in the fields of regeneration, active non-violence, eco-social design and systemic change facilitation.
Erika Zárate is a Quechua-Canadian community resilience consultant, governance facilitator and strategist, and transformative educator with more than 20 years of professional experience in the fields of community and organisational development, human rights advocacy, regenerative governance and systemic change facilitation.
Silvia Di Blasio
Silvia is Gaia Education academic and eLearning coordinator. She also co-facilitates the Worldview Dimension of the GEDS in Spanish, the Cultivating Regenerative Livelihoods course and the Design for Resilience course. Silvia holds a certificate in permaculture, a certificate in disaster management and is a Gaia Education certified trainer. She has experience in various fields and has years of experience in community resilience and related fields.
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.