On Monday afternoon representatives from the various Ecovillages in Europe presented their projects in the open area next to the big tent. A colorful, inspiring and lively event with many interested visitors from outside. http://gen-europe.org/home/index.htm
I woke up at 4 in the morning, and it was already bright daylight outside. Does one get to see stars at night here at all? It never got dark enough before I went to bed. Every morning at 7 we could chose from between different workshops, like hatha yoga, voice yoga, gentle dance or
… it pours. Sunday 16th, the first real Conference day, and it was pouring from the skies like in monsoon in India (but colder than there). I had the feeling that I will never get dry again. People in tents got soaked and had to flee into the buildings, were they spend the night in dormitories.
Ängsbacka is a beautiful peaceful place.( http://en.angsbacka.se/) They have held conferences, festivals and others events for 21 years, and Global Ecovillage Network has its 21st anniversary of their European annual conference — what a nice synchronicity! Upon arriving at first I felt a bit shy with all the new faces, but after some friendly conversations I quickly started to
After several months of research and preparation, finally the day has come when my travel adventures begin. Today I’m heading to Ängsbacka in Sveden to attend the European Ecovillage Conference 2017 where I will be giving a presentation on the Community Research Project and hope to do a lot of networking. As I was about to leave
After nearly ten years I’m taking my leave from IBZ Berlin. It was a challenging, intense and wonderful time. Here are some impressions from my good-bye-parties. Thank you, IBZ! I enjoyed working there and being part of a lively project that requires continuous learning. Now I’m looking forward to my new adventure. On the actual day