Transformative Education is a non-profit organisation, supporting the empowerment of individuals and communities to contribute to social justice, ecological intelligence and the flourishing of people and the ecosystems they live within:

“We stand at a critical moment in Earth's history, a time when humanity must choose its future. As the world becomes increasingly interdependent and fragile, the future at once holds great peril and great promise.” - The Earth Charter

 

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“I am so grateful to for this work which gives others a chance to experience some of the most important and precious things in life. My time has helped me to learn to stop participating in alienating structures and to nourish other more connective ones. The example that has been set by the course and facilitators has given me hope to see how teaching and educating can be done.”

 

 

“My experience was a powerful catalyst for transformation on a journey that will no doubt last a lifetime. I arrived with deep exhaustion and an immense sense of being overwhelmed by the ever-growing suffering of people, the realities and experiences of loss by too many and the precariousness of life in the face of violence and conflict. That has not gone away – and probably never will – but I departed with a refreshing zest of energy to meet myself and the world. The course stimulated whole-hearted reflections and allowed for delving into challenging questions in a safe, supported and wonderfully held space – the many ripples of which are still in the process of shaping into bigger or smaller waves with all their myriad consequences. The training is not a quick fix for how we can be sustainable in doing what we care about to be part of creating positive change in this world. I see the training more like a toolkit that individually and collectively I/we need to keep going back to, stock up and revise over time to make sure it continues to facilitate learning and nourishment no matter what.”

 

“I think the facilitators were amazing, well trained and I really noticed the decades of experience and knowledge being transferred to new generations which is of crucial importance to the social movements of today.”