For a stronger year 2021, Erwuessebildung offers a series of workshops in January as part of a ‘Resilience Bootcamp’. The bootcamp is offered in English (programme below) as well as in German (you can find the programme here). 03/01 – 9:30-10:30Master your routines – Workshop I (Dr. Matthias Wittfoth, Neuroscientist)05/01 – 18:30-19:30Discover Zen Meditation (Kankyo…
La Sophrologie Caycédienne est une discipline qui étudie la conscience humaine et les valeurs de l’existence de l’être. Il s’agit des exercices de méditation et de relaxation dynamique activant le corps et le mental pour trouver un équilibre entre notre cœur & nos valeurs. Le cours se déroule également en luxembourgeois à d’autres dates. Vous…
Be the change you want to see in the world. Following Gandhi’s motto, you can join us on the Luxembourgish “Liichtmëssdag” to carry the light of change.
On February 2nd 2021 the group “Zesumme fir d’Agenda 2030” organises an exchange walk in Luxembourg-City.
The association la Fresque du Climat offers a workshop based on 42 maps from the IPCC’s work, which allows to raise awareness of climate change in a playful and collaborative way.
Together with our partner ASTI, we are very pleased to host a virtual forum in February to discuss the need for and enrichment of communities through so-called “third places”.
In this second of the three events, we will talk about the impact of third places on citizenship and the local involvement of citizens, about the possibility of strengthening social ties, of proposing in villages a place of socialisation and citizen involvement accessible to all.
For the final event of our virtual forum on ‘Third Places’, we have planned a big evening with speakers who know the subject, to discuss the different practical aspects of third places:
What is needed to create a third place, how to overcome the obstacles, to perpetuate – make it come to life.
Every day, in all areas of life (work, consumption, love, commitment, sharing of wealth, climate), we make choices. What do they say about us? And if we want to stop further disrupting the climate and achieve real social justice, what choices will we be able to make?