This platform is a space for learning and exchange about more effective CSO strategies for the Great Transition.
On November 29th/30th 2012 we held the Smart CSOs Storytelling workshop with Jonah Sachs in Cologne. This was within the aim of the Smart CSOs Lab on supporting civil society to develop effective strategies to enable a cultural transformation towards the Great Transition.
Jonah Sachs’ Introduction into Storytelling for the Great Transition:
Posted by Michael Narberhaus on February 24, 2013 at 2:44pm
As part of the Smart CSOs Lab learning process, a workshop was organised in May 2012. In this learning process we aim to foster new connections and relationships between change agents, get inspirations for new CSO strategies toward the Great Transition, align our strategic thinking as well as develop ideas to start experimenting with in our own organisations.
At this workshop we got inspirations from Silke Helfrich about the political concept of The Commons and how it can serve as a…Continue
Posted by Michael Narberhaus on June 20, 2012 at 2:13pm
In our pursuit of collectively building effective CSO strategies for the Great Transition (GT), the Smart CSOs Lab is organising its next workshop that will move from concept to action. The aim is to take one step ahead to start seriously exploring the practical implications of the Smart CSOs Report and to agree steps how we can experiment with strategies to advance towards the GT.
Purpose of the…
Posted by Michael Narberhaus on October 21, 2011 at 4:00pm
The Great Transition Initiative (GTI), which is led by the Tellus Institute, has published the perspectives paper Civil Society Organizations: Time for Systemic Strategies which is based on the Smart CSOs report.
The series of perspectives is published regularly on…Continue
Posted by Michael Narberhaus on October 10, 2011 at 10:54am
Many years ago when I was a Marxist there was a particular format for writing things that went something like this - one would describe the economic and political situation and derive from that…Continue
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