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Masterclass in Transformative Social Change with David Gershon

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Sunday, 27 January 2013 - 7:00pm - Sunday, 19 May 2013 - 9:00pm


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Strategies and Tools for Changing Behavior, Empowering Communities and Transforming Large Systems

A series of six teleseminars (each lasting 2 hours, 7pm to 9pm UK time), on Sundays 27th Jan, 24th Feb, 24th March, 14th April, 5th May and 19th May 2013, together with online resources, learning community support and a free ebook of Social Change 2.0.

David Gershon is one of the world’s foremost authorities on behavior-change, community empowerment and large-system transformation. His work has addressed a wide diversity of issues, ranging from low carbon lifestyles, livable neighborhoods, and sustainable communities to city-wide resilience programmes, corporate social engagement and cultural transformation. Over the past thirty years the empowerment programs he has designed have won many awards, and a major research study described them as “unsurpassed in changing behavior.”

David Gershon’s award-winning book Social Change 2.0—upon which this master class is based — offers an original and comprehensive roadmap to bring about fundamental change in our world. This master class provides you the opportunity to work directly with David as part of a community of change agents in applying this framework and methodology to your social change initiative or area of concern. 

Fee (Transition discount rate) - $185 (approx £115 or €143)

Transition Earlybird if booked by 7th Jan 2013 - $150 (approx £93 or €115)

To get transition discount, please write 'Transition' as partner organisation when booking at this link:

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sjaukland's picture

I am late...can I still join in?

Hi, can I? 

Please let me know details!


Sam Aukland :)

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