A NEW 6-Week Self-Paced Online Course from the Haumea Ecoversity
Join Cathy Fitzgerald with philosopher Nikos Patedakis, with other learners from Ireland and across the world, to keep your cultural institution’s communications, programming or education outreach, or your creative practice, or teaching, vision and values to the forefront of the urgent transition to a just and sustainable world. Especially valuable to guide long term ecosocial art community practices.
WHAT’S SO SPECIAL ABOUT THE EARTH CHARTER?
For your business, education or cultural organisation, faith community, local government or creative practice, The Earth Charter’s four pillars and 16 principles can help you more easily communicate universal shared values for sustainable, just living:– ecological integrity, social justice, equality and intergenerational sustainability for an enduring culture of peace for all.
The Earth Charter has inspired creatives around the world, storytellers, artists, visionaries, curators and educators to communicate more expansive and inclusive values for a more sustainable and just world.
The Earth Charter is an inspiring, visionary grassroots’ peoples planetary citizens’ framework for TRANSFORMATIVE LEARNING for high-level change.
The Earth Charter is remarkable as it has been strengthened by over two decades of global citizens’ contributions – it is the pre-eminent Peoples’ Treaty for personal, collective and planetary wellbeing, recognised by UNESCO since 2019. It is the recognised framework to guide all our activities toward ethically achieving the UN Sustainability Developments Goals in a just and equitable way.
We offer a fee scale to accommodate peoples’ situations. For underemployed, low-waged, this course is €169
Please see this link to read more and reserve your place.
Places are limited: 20 maximum participants.
Cathy wishes to acknowledge this course was developed with the support of a 2020 Arts Council Professional Development Award.