New Guide published: embedding diversity and inclusion in Transition
By Ben Brangwyn 3rd November 2011
For the past year, Catrina Pickering has been Transition Network’s diversity coordinator, contributing to all aspects of Transition Network’s work with the objective of helping Transition Initiatives to better embed diversity and inclusion in their efforts.
The funding for Catrina’s post recently came to an end, and her last piece of work was to distil her learnings and accumulated wisdom into a guide for embedding diversity and inclusion into your Transition Initiative or community project.
It’s 25 pages, free and in pdf form – download it from the resources section or attached to this news item
Title: “7 Ingredients for a just, fair and inclusive Transition”
- Meeting everyday needs
- Deepening inclusion
- Building bridges
- Exploring rank and privilege
- Embedding diversity
This booklet draws together the key insights, which we hope, as the Transition movement continues to grow and deepen, will become a cornerstone of the way we all work in our communities, tackling the biggest questions of our century.
Our deepest thanks to Cat for so clearly and accessibility laying out not just the challenges, but also the tools and resources that we can use to help us in this work.