|2012 Cohousing Conference: Call for Proposals||<– Date –> <– Thread –>|
|From: Eris Weaver (eriserisweaver.info)|
|Date: Sun, 4 Dec 2011 15:28:51 -0800 (PST)|
Has your community found a great solution to a common cohousing challenge? Do you have expertise in a particular area of cohousing development or community living? Is there a burning question or issue that you'd like to discuss in a forum with other cohousers? Submit your idea to the 2012 National Cohousing Conference program committee! The 2012 National Cohousing Conference will be held June 13-17th in Oakland, CA. The theme is: Creating Sustainable Neighborhoods: learning from the cohousing experience. We'll be giving a little extra attention to the social and economic aspects of the sustai! nability triad. Attendees will include cohousing residents, members of fledglingcommunities, professionals, and folks completely new to the idea. Presentations, workshops, and roundtable discussions will range in length from one hour to two days. Some areas we are particularly seeking submittals and suggestions: 1) from members of established communities both on general topics of interest to you and also topics that you wish to discuss more in-depth with other folks in established communities. 2) the Round-Table discussions were very popular last year. We are looking for new burning questions and folks interested in facilitating those discussions.! 3) We are adding a series of 60 minute sessions after lunch on Saturday oriented to participatory activity and movement. These could be short examples of different meeting formats, icebreakers, singing, etc. to get us through the post-lunch energy lull. To submit a proposal, fill out the online form at http://conference.cohousing.org/2012/proposals by January first. (We don't need the full presentation at this point, just a short description.) The program committee will review proposals and finalize the schedule in February. Pass it on! Eris Weaver 2012 Conference Program Planning Team ------------------------------ Eris Weaver, Facilitator & Group Process Consultant Author, "Let's Talk About Money: A Conversation Guide for Intentional Communities" eris [at] erisweaver.info 707-338-8589 http://www.erisweaver.info http://erisweaver.blogspot.com fa cil' i tāt: to make easier
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