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Stephen Hinton
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Help needed for giant cafe at Copenhagen University 25th November

Started this conversation. Last reply by Ria Baeck Dec 7, 2010. 6 Replies

I would love some help in running a world cafe in Copenhagen,It will be to explore water and food security and the…Continue

 

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Stephen Hinton replied to Saba Imru's discussion 'World Cafe for Peace'
"Well this thread is old, but our organisation, invest in peace, is interested in bringing peace cafés to our networks so anyone who is running peace cafés, please get in contact through the website. http://investinpeace.tssef.se"
Jun 27
Stephen Hinton posted a status
"The community finance canvas has just been used in World Café format Find out more from the website or contact me http://canvas.avbp.net"
May 5
Stephen Hinton posted a blog post

Money is messing up my local economy: 7 things to learn

A recent report on local currency and local economy from Sweden, complied by Transition member Steve Hinton, sheds light on some of the pitfalls and opportunities for local community action. The report comes in the wake of a resilience project to create a “back-up” currency, envisioned as a preparedness tool should Sweden’s ubiquitous digital money system fail due to loss of electrical power over a longer period. Most money today in Sweden is digital, only a few percent is notes and coins. With…See More
Apr 19, 2014
Stephen Hinton posted an event

Water and Food Award Master Class at Central Hall Westminster

June 18, 2014 from 1pm to 4pm
(preliminary description)The Water and Food Award will hold, prior to its annual award event, a master class with this year's finalists and invited experts. We are expecting some 300 delegates to work, world cafe style, on ways to cooperate to create food security.More information on http://wafaward.orgSee More
Mar 26, 2014
Stephen Hinton posted a blog post

Local currency and market simulations in café form: a report

Published on the 26th March, a new report from the Institute of Swedish Safety and Security, ISSS, written by fellow Stephen Hinton, sums up recent experiences with running workshops in café style on local economic development, risk preparedness  and voluntary currency. Two results speak volumes about the sustainability predicament we find ourselves in today. Firstly, in simulating creating a…See More
Mar 26, 2014

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Trained management trainer, One of Founders of Transition Sweden. Sustainable development fanatic. Oh yes, I love collecting training techniques, been doing it for years and experimenting....
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Southport in setting up cafés with local government
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http://avbp.net

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Money is messing up my local economy: 7 things to learn

Posted on April 19, 2014 at 10:00am 0 Comments

A recent report on local currency and local economy from Sweden, complied by Transition member Steve Hinton, sheds light on some of the pitfalls and opportunities for local community action. The report comes in the wake of a resilience project to create a “back-up” currency, envisioned as a preparedness tool should Sweden’s ubiquitous digital money system fail due to loss of electrical power over a longer period. Most money today in Sweden is digital, only a few percent is notes and coins.…

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Local currency and market simulations in café form: a report

Posted on March 26, 2014 at 3:10am 0 Comments

Published on the 26th March, a new report from the Institute of Swedish Safety and Security, ISSS, written by fellow Stephen Hinton, sums up recent experiences with running workshops in café style on local economic development, risk preparedness  and voluntary currency. Two results speak volumes about the sustainability predicament we find ourselves in today. Firstly, in…

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At 12:51am on October 28, 2010, Cliodhna Mulhern said…
Stephen

Good to hear from you and hello to your Sweden Transition Group. I use WC all the time in my professional work hosting conversations and dialogue processes. It is fantastically flexible, accessible and creative...what i really need to learn more about is the design of city wide conversations. Do you have any experience of these in your Transition Group?
At 9:15am on March 31, 2010, Benjamin Aaron Degenhart said…
Hi Stephen, a warm welcome to you into this World Cafe online community of learning and practice from me as a host of this space :)
Your knowledge/skills sounds great to me! I am a big fan of Transition Initiative and have some good friends in those movements. Do you know Mr. Forsmark then? i guess so...

I hope you feel inspired to take a look around in this rich pool of conversations, groups and people and find the juicy spots for you to harvest and contribute... i am very sure there are good people that can support you with setting up Cafés with local government!

If you want you can take a moment to write a little introduction about yourself here.

Please let me know if i can help you navigating/using this space, best wishes,
Benjamin
 
 
 

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