Transition Network (the organisation) is reviewing and renewing our organisational strategy. We are looking at what our organisational purpose is, in a rapidly changing global context. A crucial part of this process is understanding better what’s happening in the wider picture of Transition.
There are now Transition groups now in at least 48 countries. There are established Transition Hub organisations in 21 countries or regions, and many very experienced individuals in Transition groups, projects, enterprises and Hubs around the world. “Transition” ideas and similar grassroots movements seem to be gaining strength in many places, while the complex environmental and social challenges we are facing are getting more difficult.
We’re keen to get feedback from the movement about what is happening for Transition groups. We have been asking people to complete a short survey of three initial open questions.
More than 200 people have responded. Thank you so very much if you were one of these people. There have been some really heartfelt, thoughtful and helpful responses.
It’s not too late to respond – the survey runs to the end of November.
We are keen to support the flow of information, inspiration and connection around the movement, so we have put together a mid-survey summary so you can get a feel for the responses.
We are considering these mid-survey responses at a meeting of Transition Network staff and trustees in early November 2017. We will keep the survey live until end of November 2017 so we, and you, can continue to see what fellow Transitioners around the world are writing.
Ahead of spring 2018 there will also be other opportunities to give your views and continue this conversation with the movement, as we develop our new strategy.
If you, or anyone else from your Transition group, can answer this short survey, we would be very grateful. Please do pass on to other Transitioners that you know! Please answer in your native language if you prefer.
For any further information about the review of organisational purpose, please contact Nicola Hillary on firstname.lastname@example.org