Online course: Co-operate & Co-create
Location: Online, Switzerland
Dates: 10 November – 22 December 2020
Participating countries: Finland, France, Germany, Hungary, Italy, KOSOVO * UN RESOLUTION, Netherlands, Portugal, Spain, Switzerland, United Kingdom
Apply here: application form
Number of participants: 24
Organizer: Association Les Coccinelles
Deadline to apply: 30 October 2020
Date of Selection: 2 November 2020
Inquiries about this project: Valentina at: email@example.com
It’s required a sliding scale course fee based on the country you come from:
50 euros for Switzerland & the UK
40 euros for Germany, France, Italy, Finland & The Netherlands
30 euros for Spain, Portugal
20 euros for Hungary and Kosovo
If you have economical constraints covering the course fee, please contact us to find a solution.
Co-operate & Co-create
Co-operate & Co-create online training course proposes strategies to shift from competition based relationships to cooperation based connections, from fear to love, within and as part of the web of life.
Have you ever realized that we are living in a unique time in history, and we are facing a convergence of environmental, economic and social crises?
With Cooperate & Co-create our goal is to tackle this situation, understanding the crisis as an opportunity to evolve and reframe our worldview.
We propose strategies to shift from competition based relationships to cooperation based connections, from fear to love, within and as part of the web of life.
We will explore our competences, with inclusive and participatory methodologies; developing attitudes for collaborative and synergistic relationships, skills for design thinking & co-creation and knowledge about ourselves.
Dates: 17.30-20.30 CET every Tuesday from the 10th of November till the 22nd of December and the last module on the 12th of January 2021.
All this by implementing tools such as:
- non-violent communication
- horizontal decision making as Sociocracy
- nature reconnection
- leadership management inspired by Processwork
The course will be facilitated by Genny Carraro, Jose Maria Donado, Valentina Cifarell and Cecilia Furlan.