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This space is intended as a register for North Cornwall-wide organisations that wish to support the Transition Movement or that may be useful to Transition Groups.

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Schumacher courses and events August 2011

Forward planning
Following several requests we will now include a list of all our forth-coming short courses for 2011-2012 in each newsletter. Be sure to check this each month as we add more courses and more details to this list.

Course Title Date
What About Monday Morning? Awareness, Wisdom and Compassion in the Workplace 9 – 11 September, 2011
Gaia’s Kitchen Meets Gaia’s Garden 13-16 September, 2011
The Biology of Belief: The Science of personal and global transformation - FULLY BOOKED 18-22 September, 2011
Autumn Retreat 26 – 30 September, 2011
Building Social Movements and Organising for Change 3-7 October, 2011
Bees: A Gateway into Nature 10-14 October, 2011
Cultivating an Ecoliterate Worldview: Person, Place and Practice 23 October – 4 November, 2011
Bringing Systems to Life: Eco-Constellations 7-11 November, 2011
Green Entrepreneurship in Action 14-25 November, 2011
Ecopsychology: A Revolution at Home 28 November – 2 December, 2011
Artful Organisations 4-7 December, 2012
Transition in Practice 3 – 13 January, 2012
Money and Enterprise for a Sustainable Future 23 January – 10 February, 2012
Spirit, Science And Consciousness: Living With The Paradoxes 13 February – 2 March, 2012
Ecological Facilitation & Leadership 5-23 March, 2012
Cultivating an Ecoliterate Worldview: Person, Place and Practice 26 March- 5 April, 2012
What’s the Point of School? Cultivating Minds for Turbulent Times 7-11 May, 2012

Details of all these courses can be found here:

Schumacher College Events

Next Open Evening

20 September: If you didn’t manage to get on the Bruce Lipton short course, The Biology of Belief: The Science of Personal and Global Transformation, which is now fully booked, there’s still a chance to see him speak at our next open evening. Bruce is an internationally recognized leader in bridging science and spirit. He will talk about his revolutionary vision of a life science that illuminates the hidden connections within biology, psychology, spirituality and our imminent evolutionary upheaval.

8-9 October: Look out for Schumacher College at this October’s celebration of Schumacher’s Centenary on Bristol Harbourside. The College will be screening the new film Animate Earth, based on Stephan Harding’s book and involved in workshops and talks. Click here for further details of the event:

19 October: As part of Schumacher College’s programme of events celebrating the Centenary of E. F. Schumacher, Bruce Piasecki will be giving a talk at Dartington Hall exploring the important influence Schumacher has on the business world. Click here for further details:


Other events

19-21 August: Dark Mountain’s Uncivilisation 2011 is a gathering of people searching for answers to questions around the economic contraction and ecological collapse that we face in the 21st century. For one weekend the woods and chalk downland of the Sustainability Centre in Hampshire will be home to this festival of literature, music, art and action. Click here for further details

13 September: The Temenos Academy is hosting a lecture by Satish Kumar to mark the Centenary of E. F. Schumacher. The event is introduced by Diana Schumacher and will be chaired by Ian Skelly (Chair of the Temenos Academy) at The Lincoln Centre, 18 Lincoln’s Inn Fields, London, WC2A 3ED. Click here for further details

23 – 25 September, 2011 Interrogate: The UK’s first festival of social justice,

The UK’s first social justice festival is happening at Dartington. Interrogateis looking at the widespread problem of income inequality through performance, film, workshops and art. In light of the recent August riots this festival is even more relevant and will put key issues such as violence, imprisonment and addiction centre stage. Tickets for this unique UK-first festival start at £10. For full information and to book visit There are also opportunities to volunteer, details are on the interrogate website.