The next decade is set to bring even more challenges and turbulence. How can we develop the wisdom and skills of super-resilience to sustain the wellbeing of individuals, communities and their front-line services, in the years ahead? This is a chance to explore the future and evolve your own strategies, helped by findings from the Scanning our Future project, through a mix of enquiry, process, briefing and group discussion.
Fully inclusive residential single room £170; shared £150 per person; Non-residential option £90- includes suppers, lunches and all refreshments- Excludes B&B.
Organised by partners in Scanning our Future: The Schumacher Institute, social innovator Alan Heeks, and Hawkwood Centre for Future Thinking.
Special guest Jonathon Porritt will give a public talk at 8pm on Monday 15 October