Transition Education Project


Transition Education Project

Transition Education Project

Civil rights organizer George Friday, once said that "There are two paces to organizing for change: the speed with which our systems are collapsing and the slow intentional time that is necessary for deep movement building."

The Transition Education Project is for those of us who feel called to become effective at coaching, facilitating and educating for change and growth.

We hope to share what we know and learn what we don't by partnering with others in small and large, informal and formal group settings, while we navigate change together.

If you wish to offer others an opportunity for learning or growth please contact Janice at 

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Latest Activity: Oct 17, 2015

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Comment by Eizabeth Hudetz on February 26, 2015 at 4:02pm
Without education people don't even know there is a problem. /^=


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About the Movement

The Transition Movement is in well over a thousand highly diverse communities across the world - from towns in Australia to neighborhoods in Portugal, from cities in Brazil to rural communities in Slovenia, from urban locations in Britain to islands off the coast of Canada. Many of these initiatives are registered on the Transition Network website.


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