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January 8 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm£150
2-week residential course: Monday 8th January – 19th January 2024
Followed by 3-weeks online: Monday 22nd January – 9th February 2024
Ruth Potts, Jay Tompt, Nathan Einbinder, Marina O’Connell, Francesca Pick, Duncan Law, Stacey Mitchell, Tony Greenham, Charmian Love, Emily Harris, Jonathan Dawson, Brendan Barrett, Brett Scott and Sarah McKinley
Dartington Trust, South Devon
Deposit: £150* | Full Course: £1,500 (accommodation and meals not included)
Booking deadline: 18th December
Bursaries are available – find out more here.
ABOUT THIS COURSE
How do we make the transition to low-carbon, high well-being and resilient economies from the bottom up? This course explores various tools and case studies for local economic activism, empowering participants to apply these in real-world contexts collaboratively. This course helps participants develop practical and experimental steps that they can adopt towards this transition.
To do this we will discuss different perspectives on key debates in new economics, and learn specific tools, methods and policy interventions that could help bring about a more regenerative future. You’ll come away from the course having developed skills to reflect on the existing frameworks and develop new principles that can be applied to specific projects directly tackling our modern economic challenges.
This course offers the opportunity to join part of the second module of our MA programme ‘Regenerative Economics’ as an unaccredited student.
To study on an accredited basis, please see the MA course programme page.