Robin Alfred, BA, M Phil is a trainer, coach, facilitator and organisational consultant. Since 1995 he has lived in the Findhorn Foundation ecovillage, Scotland where he has Chaired both the Foundation’s Management Committee and Board of Trustees. In 1995 he co-founded the Findhorn Consultancy Service. Robin has been a faculty member of the Findhorn Foundation’s Ecovillage Training and represented the Findhorn Foundation on the two-year ‘Transition to Resilience” Learning Partnership pro… View profile
Ross Jackson has for many years been an innovative leader in both the business and NGO worlds. His business career has been as an independent IT consultant and software designer, specializing in international finance.
Among other things, he co-founded in 1971 SimCorp, which is today a leading global financial software company and listed on the NASDAQ OMX Nordic Exchange. In 1988, he founded the first international hedge fund dealing exclusively with interb ank currency trading. He is chairman o… View profile
Born in 1954, Sabine Lichtenfels studied Theology in Germany. She is the author of many books, a freelance theologian, peace activist and co-founder of Peace Research Center Tamera, Portugal. Her spectrum of knowledge and activity comprises international peace work, cooperation with the Plan of the Healing Biotopes, community knowledge, spiritual research, a new female consciousness, reconciliation between the genders, truth in love and eros. With her comprehensive knowledge and her radical comm… View profile
Rosalinda Visolela Namises was born on 20 April 1958 as one of nine children to an Angolan father and #Nu-Khoen mother in the Old Location of Windhoek, the capital city of Namibia.
Namises spoke up against the torture of South West African People Organization (SWAPO) members in exile through breaking the Wall of Silence (BWS), an organization for former SWAPO detainees of which she was a founding member and chairperson. She is passionately known as a social, gender equality and human rights ac… View profile
Macaco Tamerice has been living in the ecovillage of Damanhur, Italy since 1993. For several years she has been working in international relations for Damanhur and is its Coordinator of International Community Relations. In 2008, she became Vice President of GEN-Europe, and in 2010 was elected President, staying in office until 2015. She is now serving on the Advisory Board of GEN- International, and is President of the non-profit Association Damanhur Education that organizes trainings for susta… View profile
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