Which great moments tell the Transition story?
By rob hopkins 23rd February 2015
When you talk about the Transition movement, what works, and just as importantly, what doesn’t? When you read things others have written about the Transition movement, what delights you, and what infuriates you? Transition Network is undertaking a project with Jon Alexander of the New Citizenship Project who is helping us to shape the story the Transition movement tells about itself to the world. And he’d like your help. In fact we’ll let him ask you himself:
So what we’d love to hear from you, using the quick and easy form below, is the following:
Firstly, what are some examples, whether videos, activities, blogs, images, events, whatever, of how you’ve seen Transition framed that really worked for you? That really captured the spirit of Transition as you feel it. That resonated, or made you feel proud to be part of all this.
Secondly, what are some examples of when it really hasn’t worked, like when you’ve read or seen something about Transition that you felt really didn’t get it, presented it in the wrong light, or used the wrong imagery and language? The toe-curling stuff.
Please take a few minutes to help us shape this important piece of work. Don’t worry if some of the material you want to point to is in a language other than English – we’d love to hear from as many people as possible. We’ll be using this material to stimulate our ideas and discussions and won’t be publicly highlighting either the positive or the negative examples you give us. We need to receive your material no later than Wednesday 4 March and we’ll come back to you in a month or so to tell you how we’ve got on and invite further input into the project.
We’ll be using this material to stimulate our ideas and discussions and won’t be publicly highlighting either the positive or the negative examples you give us.
Please see the form below.