Sunday 12 May 2019
*preliminary programme, subject to change
07:45 – 08:15 OPTIONAL: Yoga in the Gym
07:45 – 08:45 OPTIONAL Morning Sports Running / Walking / Crossfit
08:30 – 09:15 Breakfast
09:30 – 11:00
11:30 – 13:00
by Gert-Jan de Hoon
Speech and Discussions:
by Justinas Volungevicius & Nadežda Jevdokimova
13:00 – 14:00 Lunch
14:00 – 15:30
Sharing products from the workshops
Reflections on the conference
WORKSHOPS ON SUNDAY:
HEADLINE OF THE DAY
Open 09:30 – 16:00:
- Art Café
How can we, as citizens of the planet, participate in the creation of a world that we want, instead of simply observing how those who are profiting from extraction and exploitation create our world for us?
The future is open, but how do you give your life direction? How does life unfold and who is the director? Choosing a destination helps you realise your dreams. We need a destination in life to give meaning to today.
What is Pedagogy of Liberation and how can we implement aspects of it in a teaching and learning context? Empowering students to think critically about themselves and their relation to society.
“The world we have and the world we want” is the headline for this workshop which is led by Trine Wendelboe, the director of One World Center in Michigan. An analysis of the situation and making strategies for crating change.
Mandala’s are sacred pieces of artwork which are used to evoke healing, spiritual development and meditation. In this workshop, we will learn more about them and best of all: make our own. A time to reflect.
The climate crisis is one of the most important causes of war and conflict. So, is #FridaysForFuture and other planet protection initiatives the most important movement to join?
Let’s explore this realm of humans by a few games and a discussion around these issues that will help us understand the human condition through self-reflection. Are we actually aware of what the human condition entails?