Join us for an interactive workshop aimed at sharing success stories, building peer-to-peer learning and mapping out new directions
The sharing and collaborative economy offers us ways to reduce our resource consumption, strengthen community connections and build a vibrant, compassionate, sustainable economy. The aim of this workshop is to build networks and strategies for strengthening small scale, local sharing initiatives. Come along and share your stories, or just come along to listen and learn – everyone’s welcome.
Thursday 26th May, 2pm to 5pm
The Joinery, 111 Franklin Street, Adelaide
This event is free, but bookings are essential
Please note - to keep this event free and accessible for everyone, no catering will be provided. Lunch can be purchased from nearby cafes or you're welcome to bring your own.
DONATIONS will be invited at the door to help cover the organising costs of the event
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
Everyone who is already involved in a cooperative or sharing project – and anyone thinking of starting up such organisations or projects – is invited to come along. If you’re involved in swapping, exchanging, collective purchasing, shared ownership, co-operatives, eco-villages, co-creation, recycling, upcycling, re-distribution, trading used goods, renting, borrowing, lending, subscription based models, peer-to-peer lending, micro financing, micro-entrepreneurship, social media, crowdfunding, crowdsourcing, open source, open data, user generated content … please join us!
Bring your projects, intentions and visions to share with like minded people. Tell us about your successes and challenges—you never know, you might meet the people with just the ideas and contacts you need!
Our workshop will open with two guest speakers, followed by facilitated discussions with participants. Our speakers include:
** Dr Michelle Maloney, National Convenor, Australian Earth Laws Alliance, who will talk about the Australian Sharing Law Network, the ‘Building the New Economy’ Conference in Sydney on 16-17 August and the proposed Charter for a New Economy Coalition in Australia
** Sharon Ede, Share Adelaide, will discuss “Sharing in Adelaide - What’s Happening, What’s Possible”