Active hope - wellbeing and climate crisis
FAculty, administrative staff and students are invited to a workshop series ( 1 in each partner university and 1 international workshop.Approximately 20 persons will participate in each workshop.
Objectives of the project are: 1. reduce stress induced by the current ecological crisis ; 2. contribute to climate activism by offering participants the tools developed by Joanna Macy and Chris Johnstone 3. assess the effectiveness of the "Active hope" approach encouraging a dialogue between different scientific and activist communities.
Démarche mise en œuvre
Each university will organize an "active hope" experiential training. Participants will be called to impement specific actions to address the climate crisis and foster the "Great turning" at local level. The proponents will develop metrics to assess the impact of the training on attitudes and capabilities of participants.
EUniwell financial resources; national networks of "Active hope" and "Work that reconnects" trainings and practitioners
Bilan et perspectives
A final evaluation of the project will be made boh in quantitative (metrics on wellbeing and empowerment) and qualitative terms (results of the action projects, subjective view on the training events by participants).