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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.

Or apply for a scholarship.

Group A: 

Live calls @ 9am Rome
(7pm Auckland, 4pm Tokyo,
5pm Sydney)


Group B:
Live calls @ 6pm Rome

(5pm London, 9am San Francisco, 
1pm Rio de Janeiro)

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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

Time commitment

  • ​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:

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:

  1. At the larger scale is the “congregation” — this could be your organisation, network or community.

  2. The “crew” is a small group of 3-6 people who support each other in their personal or professional development. 

  3. The “dyad” is the smallest scale: the relationship between two people.

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