31 January 2021: Living Curriculum #2 with Kosha Joubert – CEO of the Pocket Project
Today, we launch another interview of our LIVING CURRICULUM SERIES, an inspiring weekly series of Interviews with PIONEERS OF TRANSFORMATION FROM 5 CONTINENTS engaged in co-creating a Just and Regenerative Earth Civilization.
The interview was held with our GLOBAL PIONEER IN CREATING EARTH COMMUNITIES, KOSHA JOUBERT. Kosha Joubert (South Africa and UK) is the CEO of the global Pocket Project and former CEO of GEN Global Ecovillage Network. The Pocket Project aims to restore the fragmentation in our world by addressing and integrating collective trauma.
In this conversation, Kosha Joubert evokes the power for collective wisdom for collective trauma healing. Based on her own rich life journey, having lived over 30 years in intentional communities, and having worked with EcoVillages on all continents, Kosha Joubert shares how “coming home to ourselves” is a vital prerequisite for intercultural communication and global co-existence (https://lnkd.in/g3DUduR).
Home for Humanity is proud to present this Living Curriculum of interviews conducted by the Home for Humanity Student Team from the University of St. Gallen, Switzerland. Our Humaniv-EARTH-sity programme manifests the liberating power of Transformative Education (https://lnkd.in/gxkrqXu).