People, Power, and Permaculture in Cuba and Beyond
Reflections from the Fall 2013 International Permaculture Convergence (IPC) in Cuba—A Free Online Panel
Since 1984, the international permaculture movement has been gathering to share skills and chart a course for global change. Last fall, permaculturists from all over the world came together in Cuba—where people have first-hand experience of a dramatic transition away from fossil fuels.
Are you a person working so closely with permaculture that you wish you could have attended the IPC? Interested in hearing about the 2013 IPC in Cuba, especially from a social permaculture and social justice lens?
Join us on Sunday, May 4, 2014, from 1-2:30 pm EST (UTC/GMT -4 hours) for a free conference call. Beatriz Arjona, Bonita Ford, Monica Ibacache, Rafter Sass Ferguson and Pandora Thomas will share highlights and reflections from the convergence. Karryn Olson-Ramanujan will moderate, and participants will have a chance to pose questions.
To attend via the web:
(To call in by Skype, follow this link, then click “Listen in” and follow the directions)
To attend by phone:
(If you’re having difficulty connecting by phone, please try the web option, as there are more slots for attending via web.)
Primary dial in number: (425) 440-5100
Secondary dial in number: (315) 401-3279
Guest pin code: 216875#
Full list of dial in numbers (US, Canada, Australia, UK):
If you can’t attend the live event, it will be recorded. To sign up to access to the recording, indicate you are interested in social permaculture on the SEEDs contact page.