Our events calendar provides a broader outlook, helps all of us taking part in the transition to see our own personal efforts and those of The Transition Inter-Community Network as a whole. This way each one of us can see the larger picture and other efforts being made, not to mention taking part of in some of these amazing events and get-togethers.
Please be sure to inform your Point Person when you add an event. Due to an increase in internet spambot activity we no longer allow our site to automatically update submitted events. In order to verify and guarantee your event is posted and live for everyone to see contact your Point Person to make sure it gets approved.
Please Take Note:
- DO NOT RSVP for ANY BUD meeting unless you have been formally invited to attend. BUD meetings are listed so others are aware of their existence so as not over book the dates and times they are scheduled with other events.
- We value civil society. Community members who organize events should assume responsibility for public welfare and endeavor to communicate civic responsibilities to participants. They must also assume responsibility for conducting events in accordance with local, state, and federal laws.
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Try out Sociocracy for yourself with a group of other learners, as Sociocracy consultants take you through a hands-on application. Learn Sociocracy while helping to spread the word and strengthen the community behind it!
Global Sharing Week is the largest people-driven campaign helping millions discover the rapidly growing Sharing Economy.
Over 220 events in more than 70 cities took place on every continent worldwide during Global Sharing Week 2016! It was a tremendous success and we reached over 5.5 milion Twitter accounts. Check out here a bunch of images from the different events that happened all over the world during the week.
Global Sharing Week 2017 will take place from 4th to 10th of June. Save these dates in your calendar and Spread the Word. The world is a better place when we share together!
At The People Who Share they believe everybody should experience the benefits of sharing. This is why in 2012 they created National Sharing Day - a day to celebrate sharing and encourage people to share. National Sharing Day was a huge success and became Global Sharing Day. In June 2015 they decided to go BIG, and created Global Sharing Week. With activities and campaigns happening all over the world, #GlobalSharingWeek reached over 100 million people worldwide with over 126 registered events on every continent! They are proud to say that Global Sharing Week it's the world's largest mass engagement campaign helping millions of people to discover the Sharing Economy! Check out all the sharing action on Twitter.
Sharing Champions wanted!
The People Who Share are looking for individuals and organisations interested in supporting the next Global Sharing Week. Find out more about our supporting opportunities (volunteers, partners, sponsors).
Global Sharing Week photos 2015
Thanks to everyone that made the first Global Sharing Week 2015 a great success! The People Who Share would also like to thank Lord Stone of Blackheath for his support at our launch event in London and a huge thanks to Global Sharing Week's lead sponsors RateSetter, Onfido, Skrill, Stuvia and Compare and Share.
Though thrift shops have been generally replaced with discount department stores in modern times, the intent behind Thrift Shop Day still applies – save money and be economical by purchasing second-hand, repaired or simply repurposed products. Clothing, furniture and household goods are great examples of products which you may be able to find and purchase cheaply from thrift shops or discount stores.
Explanation thanks to Daysoftheyear.com