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Networking and Outreach Working Group Coordinator
Global Ecovillage Network
Global Ecovillage Network
P.O. Box 90
GEN offered side events at CSD meetings in NYC in 2001, 2002, 2003 and 2004.
In 2004 our side event was entitled, “Implementing an Integrated, Multi-Sectoral Approach to Community Based Development: the Ecovillage Model.” GEN also provided panelists for
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Networking and Outreach Steering Group Focalizer
Sarah Queblatin of Mandala ...
Sarah Queblatin of Mandala Earth Story in partnership with Maia Earth Village, shared how her work in designing the response with Typhoon Haiyan survivors in the Philippines was inspired by her experience with survivors of conflict and typhoons in the past through creative trauma informed practices.
of Mandala Earth Story in partnership with Maia Earth Village shared of her emerging project engaging youth in designing regenerative learning experiences and applications through creative place-making together with interfaith youth leaders from conflict affected communities in the Philippines.
, from her
experience in Psycho-Social Support in emergencies, emphasised how we are innovating the traditional humanitarian response and assist beyond helping victims become survivors.
Sarah Queblatin ...
Sarah Queblatin (GENOA)
is an integral sustainable development practitioner weaving experience for the last 10 years covering environmental education, cultural heritage, peacebuilding, development communication, and humanitarian assistance for I/NGOs.
After responding to conflict and disasters, she
was inspired to join the Transition
and the Ecovillage Movement and moved to Maia Earth Village in Palawan, Philippines realising the need for whole - systems designed solutions.
Sarah is a transformative artist at heart.
is pending to continue her
Masters in Expressive Arts for Conflict Transformation and Peacebuilding at the European Graduate School
is inspired by creative restorative principles for resilience on the personal level and explores its applications to a community - wide crisis rehabilitation and prevention.
In 2012, Sarah
was awarded by the Arts and Healing Network with its Honoring the Next Generation Award for her work with children, leaders, and communities through her community project Mandala Earth Story.
is currently active in the ecological dimensions of interfaith peacebuilding as part of the United Religions Initiative.
is a recent addition to the New Stories team, a global collaboratory of practitioners and projects using story as social technology in developing new practices for social innovation.
Sarah serves as Country Representative for GEN in the Philippines.
is helping develop GENOA's story-based communications platform as member of the PR and Design Working Group.
is also helping incubate EmerGENcies Protocol, an emerging think tank to map out past, existing, or future ecovillage led crisis response and rehabilitation around the world.
GENOA Council Member
Board member of GEN International
In the last years, various healers, ...
In the last years, various healers, coaches and art therapists in Maia, such as Sarah Queblatin, have journeyed with cancer patients and all kinds of cases, to see what Transformation Medicine might unravel for open-minded medical practitioners interested in the psyche's ability to self-heal.
For more information on Transformation Medicine and Wholeness Center
programs, write to Pi at firstname.lastname@example.org and Sarah