Are you a ‘food activist’ working for justice, peace or coexistence with nature? Are you transitioning from working for others to self-support?

The collaborative inquiry aSALT course (Spiritual Activist Leadership Training) may help you sustain your efforts. A Schumacher Institute learning programme, aSALT stands alone and fits well with Pale Blue Dot, the Sustainability Tool Kit and Shift.

“aSALT helped me take a leading role in PSC and East Side Roots as I’d learned to create an environment which engaged constructively with conflict” (Marian Connolly).

One evening, one day a month, Jan-Dec 2014, 10 sessions. Setting agendas together, activities include allotment, dialogue, creativity. Cost £600 payable in installments.

Facilitator: David Mowat.