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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 24 Nov 20

How to take care of people at an event that could kill┬áthemStock photo by Cristina┬áCerdaHosting events is a big part of how I earn my livelihood and how I do my community-building work. My year started with a plan to hold at least four retreats, each with around 40 people living together for a few days. Then the pandemic happened and we had to change plans. In the end we decided to cancel everything, apart from one gathering we hosted in France in September.Event production is always a big job but the health situation made it significantly more difficult. In …

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How to take care of people at an event that could kill┬áthemStock photo by Cristina┬áCerdaHosting events is a big part of how I earn my livelihood and how I do my community-building work. My year started with a plan to hold at least four retreats, each with around 40 people living together for a few days. Then the pandemic happened …

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 24 Nov 20

How to take care of people at an event that could kill┬áthemStock photo by Cristina┬áCerdaHosting events is a big part of how I earn my livelihood and how I do my community-building work. My year started with a plan to hold at least four retreats, each with around 40 people living together for a few days. Then the pandemic happened and we had to change plans. In the end we decided to cancel everything, apart from one gathering we hosted in France in September.Event production is always a big job but the health situation made it significantly more difficult. In …

Hosting a gathering during a pandemic Read More ┬╗

How to take care of people at an event that could kill┬áthemStock photo by Cristina┬áCerdaHosting events is a big part of how I earn my livelihood and how I do my community-building work. My year started with a plan to hold at least four retreats, each with around 40 people living together for a few days. Then the pandemic happened …

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 28 Jan 20

A Simple Structure to Hold a New Microsolidarity CommunityLast week I published the latest story in my Microsolidarity series, explaining how to start a new mutual aid community (a “Congregation”). That chapter was exclusively focussed on the initiation process: where do you start?For this chapter, I want to advance the clock a few months. Assume you’ve had one or two amazing gatherings, and there are 20 or 40 people ready to commit to supporting each other. What’s the minimum organisational structure needed to hold them together? I’m going to make a short sketch of a complete structure, as a first guess. …

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A Simple Structure to Hold a New Microsolidarity CommunityLast week I published the latest story in my Microsolidarity series, explaining how to start a new mutual aid community (a “Congregation”). That chapter was exclusively focussed on the initiation process: where do you start?For this chapter, I want to advance the clock a few months. Assume you’ve had one or two amazing …

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 28 Jan 20

3 Essential Pillars For a New Mutual Aid CommunityWeaving image by Wei-Cheng Wu on UnsplashI published the Microsolidarity proposal a year ago and really struck a chord with people. I’m overdue to give folks an update, and there’s really a lot of exciting news. So first I’ll give a quick recap, then I’ll share what’s happening in 2020.The essence of the original proposal was to start a small exclusive community, oriented towards a deep kind of mutual aid: where we support each other in our personal growth, generating health and prosperity for our collective, while producing significant benefits that ripple out into …

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3 Essential Pillars For a New Mutual Aid CommunityWeaving image by Wei-Cheng Wu on UnsplashI published the Microsolidarity proposal a year ago and really struck a chord with people. I’m overdue to give folks an update, and there’s really a lot of exciting news. So first I’ll give a quick recap, then I’ll share what’s happening in 2020.The essence of the original …

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