The Transition Days are an invitation to explore another future, and the crisis we are currently experiencing reminds us how necessary imagining and building that other future is. The 2020/21 edition offers a closer look on how we can move towards a resilient, just and responsible society : "How to live together in a one planetworld?". The metaphor of the house takes you on a journey over 9 months into 9 rooms of the house and explore 9 topics and how to approach them by new ways of being and thinking. The programme includes 9 conferences, 9 public events, 9 artistic video performances as well as different workshops. The inaugural conference is taking place with Rob Hopkins, co-founder of the Transition Network and key contributor to the film "Demain", as our very special guest.
Workshop "Unleashing the imagination for a resilient world"
It takes energy, time and faith to build a resilient world. But moreover, it takes imagination to rethink what we have learned. In this workshop, Rob Hopkins will share tools and experiences from successful experiments within theTransition Network.
Let’s be courious and ask ourselves… "what if ?"
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Participation fee : Support 80,00 euros - Normal 40,00 euros - Kulturpass 1,50 euros
Conference "How to live together in a one planet world ?"
Rob Hopkins, co-founder of the Transition network, will share with us a visionfor another future, based on resilience and solidarity. This talk will beresolutely positive and oriented towards change, based upon hundreds oftransition initiatives all around the world, when transition is lived everyday.
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Participation fee : donation- pay what you want
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Organization: CELL - Center for Ecological Learning Luxembourg, in collaboration with neimënster