What should the next system look like — and how can we get there?
We are in the midst of systemic crisis.
The realities of growing inequality, political stalemate, and climate disruption just scratch the surface of global issues. It is clear that the current system doesn’t work for the vast majority of people on the planet, and we need to work toward something better.
In order to build a world that puts people, communities and the planet first, we need to reimagine what’s possible. We invite you to share ideas related to these issues, and help us build a campus learning community.
Attend Info Session
For faculty, student groups, staff and community partners who are interested in getting involved
When: February 11, 2016, 4.30 – 5:30 pm
Where: University of Washington, Communications Building, CMU 126
Next System Teach-In
On April 28th teachers and learners from the University of Washington and surrounding communities will come together in a Next System Teach-In on the UW, Seattle campus to discuss and debate how to move towards a new system that benefits us all.
The teach-in goals are:
- Increase collaboration among teachers, learners, and movements for system change.
- Start a conversation about moving beyond the current political stalemate to envisioning a new future for our community and the world.
- Dig deep and focus on generating ideas about the next system, and how to create change.
This event is a collaboration between: