002.UK : Reimagining our World

Our first London event was about Reimagining Our World - a one-day event held at Union Chapel on November 4th 2017. Here is a Project which contains details and articles
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Created on 23 Oct 2017

Our first London event was about Reimagining Our World - a one-day event held at Union Chapel on November 4th 2017. Here is a Project which contains details and articles

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Mon, 10/23/2017
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4 Nov. 2017 by
An all-day Convention to be held at north London's Union Chapel with guest speakers, panels and thinkshops - subjects range from reimagining politics to sustainable communities, co-housing to the food chain, education to technology...
22 Oct. 2017 by
The afternoon speaker slot at Campfire Convention 002.UK in London on November 4th is taken jointly by ideas pioneers Martin Nelson and Michael Solomon Williams. Martin Nelson was the inventor of London’s first ever cycle route and recently designed the C25 as an alternative to the M25, plus his EQ initiative. Michael's 'Common and Kind' post-Jo Cox murder initiative has synergy with Martin’s EQ in that "we are far more united and have more in common with each other than that which divides us”
4 Nov. 2017 by
Today I will be flexing my passion on how I feel about the current farming production system in this country. Why are the farmers so poor, and why are some so rich? Subsidies my dear is why we are all poverty driven....false costs matching false markets...selling dead foodstuffs making us sick, tired, and lost in who we are..
5 Nov. 2017 by
Take one beatboxing ex-Swingle Singer, a spontaneous idea and a willing bunch of Campfires. Result : A joyous few minutes of community singing.
8 Nov. 2017 by
Here is a space(comments section below) for you to comment on your experience of Campfire Convention 002.UK and what you'd like to see at future events.
17 Nov. 2017 by
Our thinkshop from the second Campfire Convention explored new approaches to education. In many ways, education is at an all-time low and in need of a complete shake up. There is no more time to tinker around the edges. We need an innovative rethink and a new imagining about how learning in the 21st Century can engage our children, young people and indeed our educators.