How can we take the global idea of the Doughnut and apply it to the places we live? And what does Doughnut Economics mean for business? This three-day workshop will introduce us to the core ideas of Doughnut Economics, how they can be applied to places and businesses, and some tools and methods for you to take away and use with others. Join the Doughnut Economics Action Lab (DEAL) for an accessible and playful exploration of the Doughnut.
A refresher on the core ideas of Doughnut Economics and methods to introduce the ideas to others
- Introducing Doughnut Unrolled and exploring the four lenses: how we can take the global idea of the Doughnut and apply it to the places we live
- Introducing and exploring enterprise design: what Doughnut Economics means for business and the communities of which they are a part
Engaging in systemic change: exploring the three horizons and advocacy for transforming enterprise design
Rob Shorter leads DEAL's work with people and organisations working at the household and neighbourhood scale as well as networks working at the city, regional and national scale. Rob is most interested in the ways in which everyone can contribute to reimagining the Economy, and works with others to create accessible and playful methods that invite new audiences to engage in the ideas and possibilities of Doughnut Economics.
Erinch Sahan leads DEAL’s work on applying Doughnut Economics to businesses. Recently, he was the CEO of the World Fair Trade Organization and previously spent 7 years at Oxfam leading campaign initiatives. He has also worked across business and government. Erinch is a board member of the Social Enterprise World Forum and teaches at the Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership. He holds degrees in finance and law, and an honorary doctorate from Oxford Brookes University.
If we have to cancel due to government guidance on coronavirus (COVID-19), we will endeavour to inform all attendees as soon as possible. In such an event, all fees paid will be reimbursed in full, but we are unable to reimburse any other costs that may be incurred. In the event that dates have to be changed, attendees may request a full refund if the new dates are not convenient.
If you have to cancel due to government guidance on coronavirus (COVID-19), you have the flexibility to move your booking to another Stir to Action or Selgars Mill course or event within 12 months of the course, or you may request a full refund for all fees, but we are unable to reimburse any other costs that may be incurred.
Refunds will only be made if a written notification is received more than four weeks before the course. Send written notification of cancellation via email to firstname.lastname@example.org. For bookings cancelled four weeks or less before the event, no refund will be made other than in exceptional circumstances at the discretion of the workshop facilitators. No refund will be made for non-attendance.
In the event of cancellation of the course, all fees paid will be reimbursed in full, but we are unable to reimburse any other costs that may be incurred. In the event that dates have to because of COVID-19 restrictions, ticket holders may request a full refund if the new dates are not convenient. Should you have any questions regarding these terms and conditions, please contact the team.