ALNOOR LADHA HOSTED BY ADVAYA
// SUNDAY 17TH MAY // 8pm-9pm (GMT+1)
A journey into the heart of Sacred Activism
In this interactive discussion, Alnoor will lead us through a journey into the heart of sacred activism. What does it mean to be an activist in times like these? What does it require? Do we need to do anything at all? What is the role of our inner work? How can we re-imagine activism? These are just some of the issues that will be touched upon in this discussion.
Alnoor’s work focuses on the intersection of political organising, systems thinking and narrative work. He was the co-founder and Executive Director of The Rules (TR), a global network of activists, organisers, designers, coders, researchers, writers and others, focused on changing the rules that create inequality, poverty and climate change. TR started in 2012 as a time-bound project and an experiment in anarchist organisational design, exploring new ways of how to work, play and make trouble together.
Alnoor comes from a Sufi lineage and explores/writes about the intersection between politics and spirituality in troubled times. He is also a co-founder of Tierra Valiente, a post- capitalist community in northern Costa Rica.
Ruby is an activist, connector and organiser interested in the entangled journeys of inner and outer change. She founded the systems change initiative Advaya in 2015 and since then has been on a journey bringing people together around transformative narratives of empowerment and radical regeneration. A few years ago she also founded the educational platform EcoResolution linking grassroots networks and movements with a new audience keen to step up rather than shut down in the face of the climate emergency and social injustice. She is also a freediver and yoga therapist with a fascination for how we can establish harmony where disharmony has occurred.
For additional background into this topic, please pre-read Alnoor’s article with Martin Kirk on psychedelics and social change: https://kahpi.net/psychedelic-communities-social-justice
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