A DIY handbook in First Person Action Inquiry, joining self and community to earth and cosmos by Helena Kettleborough
Since the COP 21 conference in Paris in 2015, we have been running Pilgrimage for Gaia workshops for faith communities in Manchester and beyond.
A powerful novel about a young woman’s coming of age set on the Wild Atlantic Way in the middle of the last century, as she experiences death and life for the first time. Told through Breena’s eyes, we share her internal turmoil as she wrestles with family expectations, external events, her emotions and her dreams […]
– exploring a first person inquiry: bearing witness as a bedrock for practice
We proposed to establish a regional interactive archive of local environmental and community development good practice and to make it available to policy makers, researchers, practioners, professionals, educational institutions, volunteers and community activists.
How can we learn to see humanity as an integral part of the cosmos and planet in which we all live: each a part of the other, and worthy of respect, cherishing and love?