February 10, March 9 & April 13, 2024
Online | 10:00-11:30 am ET
In this 3-part series, Richard Steel (Karl Konig Institute) and Bernard Murphy (Arista Advisory Group and Camphill Academy) will lead us through an exploration of how Steiner’s principles of associative economics have been interpreted and applied in Camphill life historically, how communities can apply these principles today, and the importance of financial literacy to enable all community members to participate in shaping the social-economic fabric. Each session will offer opportunities for discussion, and in the final session, participants will have the opportunity to share their experience of the principles and practices within their communities.
With live interpretation in Spanish