Fanny van Hal
Management of the Living Environment
Fanny van Hal grew up in an intentional community of 18 households located in the fruit basket region of the Netherlands. She moved to the Arterra Bizimodu community in Spain in 2015. Fanny finished her four-year Bachelor of Management of the Living Environment (BSc) at Van Hall Larenstein University of Applied Sciences and did her final thesis project with the Council of Sustainable Settlements of Latin America (CASA) and their national network CASA Colombia. Always having had an interest in ecovillages, Fanny travelled and visited several eco projects around the world, ranging from occupied villages to self-sufficient farms and ecovillages. Through these experiences and growing up in one such community she has come to value living in a communal setting for the ways that diverse individuals promote sharing, working together, organisation, planning, and conflict resolution. Fanny is an entrepreneurial, creative and positively critical person who is passionate about working in international teams facilitating change towards a more green and inclusive world.
Youth in Communities – Meeting Challenges and Gifts
With Riccardo Andrea Emmanuelle and Ethan Hirsch-Tauber
This will be a fish bowl style circle discussion, open to all people of all ages with any amount of experience living in community. The discussion in the middle will focus on tangible experiences and practical question regarding what it means to live in an ecovillage as a young person, and to live in an ecovillage with young people. Come along to find out about and share the challenges and gifts!
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