Monday, January 30, 2017

REconomy workshop 25th Feb London

REconomy L.I.F.T. (Local Innovation For Transitioners)

Transforming Local Economies from the roots up

Saturday 25th February, 1.30pm - 6.00pm followed by drinks

Venue: The Cinema Museum, 2 Dugard Way, Kennington SE11 4TH

Keynote speaker: Andrew Simms (New Weather Institute, new economincs foundation)

This REconomy Event is designed by and for Transitioners whether you are new to REconomy or have established REconomy projects in your Transition Town. Hear from current REconomy projects by Transition Towns in London and the South East covering food enterprises, community energy and loads more, find REconomy buddies for future conversations through structured networking, and develop your REconomy skills in skills surgeries.

A celebration of the diversity in REconomy activity across London and the South East to enable us to imagine a new economy and skill-up to make it a reality.

Additional contributors:

Duncan Law - Transition Town Brixton

Catherine Ross - Transition St Albans

Sarah McAdam - Transition Network

Jo Taylor - REconomy Project

Sam Allen - REconomy Project

Hilary Jennings - Transition Town Tooting

Michael Stuart - Transition Kensal to Kilburn

Tom Steele – Kentish Town Vegbox

Join the new Transition London and South East Hub and the REconomy Project for an afternoon workshop.

Be inspired by leading new economy thinkers and do-ers

Develop your vision and thinking on local economic transformation

Get practical insights from Transition groups who have food, energy, transport and property enterprises up and running

Explore the opportunities for local economy action in your area

Be part of hands on workshops to build your enterprise development skills

Meet and exchange with fellow Transitioners from across London and the South East

Supported by Friends Provident Foundation and Joseph Rowntree Charitable Trust


Who is the workshop for?

The workshop is for members of Transition groups from London and the South East

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