To make the program accessible we have a tiered ticket price from €110 to €250.
We have limited availability, please choose the ticket price according to your circumstances.
Live calls @ 9am Rome
(7pm Auckland, 4pm Tokyo,
Live calls @ 6pm Rome
(5pm London, 9am San Francisco,
1pm Rio de Janeiro)
This is a 2-week program. We’ll send short videos to explain the core concepts, and we will meet twice each week for a total of four 90-minute group calls, to experiment with relational practices.
Plus there is a discussion forum to connect with other learners, share resources and ask us questions.
Microsolidarity Practice Program
2-week program (no upcoming dates)
Self-paced video content + 4 group calls.
Introduction to microsolidarity
Dyads: relational practices to develop a feeling of safety for more vulnerability and intimacy.
Crews: key considerations and different formats for support in small groups.
Congregation: case studies from different congregations, sharing how to start and maintain a self-organising network of crews.
Leadership & engagement: how to encourage participation, engagement and co-leadership.
Reflection & learning: how to get into the habit of reflection & continuous improvement, at a personal and collective level
There are four 90-minute live calls where we’ll practice together; you can expect to spend around 30 minutes in preparation for each topic of the content.
We’ll send the video content at the beginning of each week so you can follow it at your own time.
There will be a digital forum for connection, interaction, and Q&A.
For any other questions please get in touch: email@example.com.
Times & Dates
We meet for live calls on Tuesdays & Thursdays. You can choose which group you join, according to your timezone:
Group A meets at 9-10.30am CET
Group B meets at 6-7.30pm CET
Microsolidarity is a methodology for community building, where we focus on peer-to-peer support and mutual aid. Join us for this Practice Program if you want...
to cultivate deeper connections and more collaboration within a network
to initiate more learning, mutual aid, and a sense of belonging within your community
to develop a work culture where people care about each other's wellbeing and growth
Microsolidarity is a lens for thinking about groups at different scales:
At the larger scale is the “congregation” — this could be your organisation, network or community.
The “crew” is a small group of 3-6 people who support each other in their personal or professional development.
The “dyad” is the smallest scale: the relationship between two people.