Participatory Conversations Matter

WEBINAR SERIES
How do we resolve thorny social issues?  How do we achieve sustainable social, economic and environmental outcomes? How do we sustain unified insight over time?
Participatory conversation is a necessity, not just wishful thinking.

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We will explore appreciative inquiry, mediation, and social fieldwork as a way forward to unite our understanding.  Join with others in learning how to bring these essential tools to life in your workaday projects and for ensuring sound governance.

The webinar will rotate through introductions of the following:

→ appreciative inquiry
→ social fieldwork and participatory research
→ the practice of mediation


The building blocks of a better future require understanding.  Understanding comes through good conversation. Let’s unite our understanding to protect what matters most.  Join us in practicing participatory conversation that matters.

Field Ecology – Citizen Science Orientation

every other Monday starting January 24
4pm to 5pm PST

$25 series of six – sign up for series, join when you can

$5 individual drop-ins – limited number, registration begins in December.

Proceeds benefit Economics for Peace Institute, a 501c3 nonprofit.  Thank you.

Webinars will be ongoing. Spread the word. Practice makes perfect.

After you register, you will receive a confirmation.  A week before the webinar, you will receive webinar details and materials.  Before each webinar, you will also receive reminders for which you can opt-in or out.

For webinar participants that would like a 1:1 consult to go over your questions, feel free book an appointment.  We can discuss next steps or clarification. I suggest a half hour session before, during or after the webinar series. 


Alternatively, you may wish to sign up for social fieldwork training and a chance to move forward with what you’ve learned in a local setting.  Sign up on the calendar at the bottom of the page here.

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