On this page you will find some upcoming events which NOW is attending or involved in (Network of Wellbeing Events), and also a selection of wellbeing-related events run by other organisations (General Wellbeing Events).
To read about previous events the Network of Wellbeing has been involved in check out the events section of our blog. If you'd like to suggest a General Wellbeing Event for us to list please get in touch.
Association of Sustainability Practitioners (ASP) will be holding it’s fourth Great Wisdom Gathering on 7th June 2017.
Mike Zeidler of Happy City will help to run the day, which will use Open Space Technology to organise around issues raised by the question: ‘How can we achieve our boldest ambitions?’
The first South West Regional Permaculture Convergence is planned to take place from 9-11 June 2017 near Exeter, and the Network of Wellbeing’s Larch Maxey will be there offering a workshop on wellbeing and permaculture!
A one day conference, highlighting the importance and value of women working collaboratively to create positive change within community and society.
The ideas, ethos and spirit of Resurgence & Ecologist magazine will spring to life again at the annual Resurgence Summer Camp from Friday 30 June to Sunday 2 July, when it returns to the beautiful Green and Away tented eco village, near Malvern, in rural Worcestershire.
The Seed Festival will be held from 7th- 9th July at Hawkwood College, in Stroud, UK. In its third year, the theme of the 2017 Seed Festival will be big ideas taking root! It’s a festival with a strong intention, a conference in a field of dreams. The festival offers space for redesigning reality, creating the blueprint for a world that thrives with nature.
The Building Wellbeing Together Weekend will be held by the Network of Wellbeing in partnership with Hawkwood College. This event will bring together thought leaders and practitioners, performers, artists and teachers from many disciplines to reflect, share and experience how we can build personal, societal and environmental wellbeing together. Our happiness and wellbeing depends in part on the health of the communities in which we live and work. This, in turn, depends on the fairness of society as a whole, and the long-term health of the natural world on which we all depend. At this event we will explore how we can live the good life and learn to live together in ways that support personal and collective wellbeing within planetary limits.