Sebastian Burch

Dutch Programme Day 4

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Thursday morning started with a session by Fionnuala Collins from East Clare Co-op on informal learning tools for adults-using rhythm to move energy in a group to create decisive action and make products from the words and energies stirred up in the group on the theme of food injustice. 2 plays, 3 posters and a 3d sculpture were the products created in this session.

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Through this the group of learners were introduced to the idea of putting ideas into action and of sharing their learning through the media available-posters, article writing, film, booklets etc. The final 2 days were dedicated to this bar the session from Lydia on the food thermometer to give learners a chance to exchange views and take a position on certain food related issues. This was very interesting and ended with people voicing their hopes for what the future of food will look like.

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Well Done to Monique and the Dutch team for organising such a packed and diverse programme-food for thought , food for the soul and food for the body.

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Sebastian Burch

About Sebastian Burch

A Deep Ecologist absorbed by all the subtle qualities of Landscapes; I am a Gardener, farmer and land-artist. Since a child I've been fascinated by the meaning of Life, I'm a bit of a Biologist but mainly try to be a Holistic Learner. I'm guided by the Senses of Place, Self and Community in my work as Program Coordinator, IT Designer and E(co)facilitator. -www.gaiaysofia.com - www.posadadelvalle.com ;)

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