On the art of the “One-to-One” and the potency of small group organizing
Join IPS for this talk and book signing, featuring IPS Fellow Chuck Collins, author of 99 to 1: How Wealth Inequality Is Wrecking the World and What We Can Do About It.
Resilience Circles talk about social action as something members can do as a group, not just as isolated individuals. Occupy takes that understanding of social change and magnifies it to a huge scale.
Please join us for an interactive online webinar about tips for organizing a Resilience Circle or Common Security Club. Resilience Circles are a small group approach to building individual and community resilience during difficult economic times.
“Resilience Circles,” are small groups of 10 – 20 people that help strengthen community ties during this time of economic and ecological challenges. This interactive workshop will provide a taste of the benefits of forming such a circle.
Resilience Circles and a new campaign called Caring Across Generations are putting people at the center, to fight the economic downturn with the strongest weapon available.
Resilience Circles are springing up across the United States.
As hard economic times get harder, many Americans turn to helping each other.
“Resilience Circles” are popping up all around the country. They’re transformative, hopeful, and fun.