Feasta is hiring a part-time Communications and Operations Facilitator
This position should be of interest to anyone living in Ireland who is attuned to wellbeing, post-growth and doughnut economics, and who wishes to enhance their skills in communication, advocacy, logistics and digital media.
Podcast: Cop28-news from the Frontline
Caroline Whyte interviews four of our Feasta delegates to the COP28: Hania Imran (Pakistan), Angel Smith (USA), and Theresa O'Donohoe and Barbara McCarthy (Ireland)
Feasta COP-28 delegate reports
8 Feasta delegates, based in Brazil, Ireland, Pakistan and the US, reflect on their experiences at the COP28.
Podcast - The Importance of Being Seen
Thobile Chittenden, the South-Africa-based network co-lead of the global Wellbeing Economy Alliance (WEAll), speaks with Seán Ó Conláin on how she came to be involved in commons initiatives, and in helping to bring about broader economic system change.
COP-28 Reflections: Transitioning Away From Petro-State Economics
"It took over 20 years and 27 conferences to get here, so how did the COP organisers do this time?" asks Mike Sandler.
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