Register your Global Sharing Week event to shift the focus away from what’s wrong with the world, to what’s right with it: the sustainable economic system known as ‘the sharing economy’.
Where you come in
Did you know there are over £3.5 trillion worth of idle human and physical resources in the world – and that unlocking access to these could solve major global challenges? So get your Global Sharing Week event on the map to give the sharing economy movement that extra bit of momentum.
Examples of events can include: clothes swaps, food shares, disco soups, picnics, skills swaps, grub clubs, give and get markets, potluck dinners, bake shares, co-working hackathons, maker fairs, reuse / recycling events – you name it.
Who can join?
Anyone can register an event. As long as it unlocks access to skills, knowledge, time, goods, food etc, it’s definitely Global Sharing Week material. So get registering and join the ranks of sharers putting the sharing economy on the map.
A sharing secret diner for you and your family in Francfurt! Be there!
We will meet at the local library. Many people do not know what a library of tools is. We'll talk about the library of tools again and also tell why it's important to share tools and other things and not buy new ones.
Let's kick off Global Sharing Week by enjoying some fruit together! A fruitluck is exactly like a potluck except no cooking or recipes are required. Just bring your favorite fresh, ripe, raw, washed fruit to the park--enough for you and a few others--and a knife and cutting board if your fruit needs it.
We won't reserve a shelter, but there are some picnic tables at this location (with plenty of shade and/or sunshine--your choice!). Please bring a chair or a blanket for the grass if you would like and some water to drink if you need it.
Also feel free to pack a basketball, frisbee, or any other game that sounds like fun for an afternoon at the park. All ages are welcome!
Meeting Place: We'll gather under the trees at the upper level of the park near the playground.
We have a Facebook event page where we'll post updates: https://www.facebook.com/events/1798727957108597/
More info on Global Sharing Week: http://www.thepeoplewhoshare.com/global-sharing-week/
Unload clothing that no longer inspires you, pick up a few items that make you look slick, leftovers donated to charity, keep stuff out of landfills and connect with your community while doing it all.
On Monday 5 June, I am inviting a maximum of 7 local entrepreneurs, freelancers or small business owners to a free, full-day workshop with a local social media and digital communications specialist.
It’s a huge subject, and is constantly changing; and we want you to get your queries tackled, so I will ask for your specific questions in advance. This is a fully accessible and inclusive session so whether you’re just getting started, consider yourself to be a pro or have been sitting on the sidelines — our specialists will be able to help. You will leave the day having not only learnt how to address your specific social media question, but have the opportunity to apply that new found knowledge in practice with the support of a specialist.
The morning will offer an opportunity to present questions and discuss challenges in a group session.
In the afternoon, we will take action on our challenges collectively, with the support of the group and our expert.
- Welcome coffee and tea and 9 am with a prompt start at 9.30 am
- A simple vegetarian lunch of soup or salad will be provided (weather dependant) and a sweet treat too
- Finish at 2.30, with time for a chat and informal networking before a 3pm finish
To book & for more information, please visit janesplace.org.uk
Why should you come to WCEF 2017?
Come and share experiences and select the best solutions that allow businesses to gain a competitive advantage, create more value and generate new growth and jobs in societies around the world. We’re excited to have the world’s top business leaders, policymakers, researchers and innovators at WCEF2017.
Find out how the circular economy presents new and unprecedented opportunities to create wealth and well-being, as well as how it is the essential engine behind achieving the ambitious UN Agenda 2030 and Sustainable Development Goals.
Experience Finland’s own inspirational story as a global leader as we turn our vision for a circular economy into a road map and deliver concrete benefits across all sectors of business and society.
How to be part of WCEF2017?
The World Circular Economy Forum 2017 is free of charge to participants – our gift to the world as we celebrate Finland’s 100th Anniversary Year. Be assured of the warmest of welcomes and some special surprises from the Land of the Midnight Sun!
Participation is by invitation only. If you are interested in joining, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for your registration link.
The first and third Community Monday of every month is People’s Kitchen – making and eating a delicious lunch made from food that would have been wasted. Food is served 1pm, or come and help make the lunch and join us at 10am to prep the food. Everyone welcome so come and share your lunch with others who live and work locally. Do tell your neighbour or colleagues.