Damanhur, a community based in the province of Turin, offers interesting insights on how to reimagine socialization and people-to-people interaction, thanks to their interesting philosophical approach to community living.
The new reality has come and want it or not we should meet it with all the flexibility of our mind and body. Personally I started practicing this attitude at the very beginning of my volunteering - I came with idea of turning the real project into the virtual one saving the same attitude and values of one hundred years traditions of Service Civil International organisation. Now I decided to share with the readers of Youth Reporter the most working tips that can be used during online facilitation to create mutual understanding, group feeling, cooperation and community building.
The following article sums up the results of an interview with Luciana, a member of Prinsessinengarten, a collective that carries out different social activities in green spaces in Berlin and Hamburg. Particular attention is paid to their location in Berlin-Neukölln.
Cittiglio, a small town in the province of Varese, in Italy, is one of the very first few experiences of urban permaculture in the country. Recently, I had the chance to interview one of the people involved in the project.
Looking at the current events when social distance is already an everyday habit and people gave it in, to celebrate 100 years of prominent volunteer work of SCI is a great challenge. But when you have a spirit of a fighter and don’t have the word ‘give up’ in your vocabulary, you start producing the new ideas adjusted to new realities. Social Tea is one of these initiatives dedicated to 100 years of SCI to get SCI family together and share the stories in order not to forget what was done and to commemorate the anniversary.