30th Feb From 13:00 to 14:30 and 19:00 to 20:30 (UK TIME )
TOMORROW From 13:00 to 14:30 and 19:00 to 20:30
By Yaz Brien 22nd March 2020
An invitation from the Transition movement to connect and reflect together.
Our work has always been rooted in acting together locally to
take care of each other and our planet globally. The spread of this
pandemic reminds us just how interconnected we all are in this world.
Like the ecological crisis, it exposes how unjust and unsustainable our
global system is, while also highlighting our collective strengths and
resilience. Communities all over the world are offering and receiving
practical and emotional support, benefitting from existing connections
and networks that groups like Transition have been fostering for years.
As we practice physical distancing with social solidarity, we invite
you to join us online to connect, reflect and share. To explore how
we’re feeling, the impacts for us, our communities and the world. To
hear stories from each other about how this situation is being
experienced in different places. To pause, reflect, and connect.
Mon 30th March – click the link to find details of your timezone:
13:00 – 14:30 (UK time) – https://everytimezone.com/s/d44cd138
19:00 – 20:30 (UK time) – https://everytimezone.com/s/7ad11d75
You can join both sessions using this Zoom link – https://zoom.us/j/116656507
If this is your first time using Zoom:
From a mobile device (Android smartphone/tablet, Apple
iPhone/iPad) it will simply prompt you to download the Zoom Cloud
Meetings app from the App/Play Store.
From a computer you will need to download a small application
file. This process is easy to complete on all commonly used browsers.
The opening and closing of the session will be in English. We
hope to be able to self-organise into groups to use the language/s that
will most help us communicate our feelings, fears, hopes and
We ask that you arrive on time, so that we can ground ourselves
together, but feel free to stay for as much or as little time as you’re
There will be a maximum of 100 participants per session – we hope
this will be enough, and we may plan further sessions according to need
When you join the Zoom session, please put your preferred language
next to your name as this will help us to make groups based on
languages. We recommend that you use a headset if possible to improve
sound quality on the call.