Consultant in organizational planning and networking, skilled in hosting the transformation of social movements towards participatory-leadership based organizations and experimented advisor of rural-community based organizations | Art of Hosting Practitioner and Liaison| Co-founder of the Impact Hub Bogotá | Co-founder of the Council of Sustainable Settlements of Latin America| Facilitator of participatory processes and non-violent communication towards the implementation of social innovation i… View profile
Niveen Adel Morsy holds a B.SC. in Architecture from Cairo University, Egypt. She holds a postgraduate diploma in Architectural Design, Geographic Information Systems and Techno MBA. She is currently managing several Islamic heritage projects in CULTNAT- the Center for Documentation of Cultural and Natural Heritage; one of the academic centers of the Bibliotheca Alexandrina. She has participated in several heritage IT documentation and dissemination projects in Egypt and in the Arab world.
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I live in an ecovillage in Denmark (www.hallingelille.dk) and I am part of the national network of ecovillages - LOES (www.okosamfund.dk).
I am part of the council of GEN Europe and represent GEN Europe in the GEN board. My special area of attention and competence is capacity building/education/training, organisational development and cooperation between Europe and Africa. View profile
Keala is a GEN Ambassador and a Regional Representative of GENNA (GEN North America).
They are also a Co-Steward and Strategic Coordinator for the Regen Alliance.
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The big questions for me are about how humanity can wake up and develop flourishing relationships with ourselves, each other, and all life on Earth. There have been several threads in my life since the 1980s: developing my spiritual life as a Quaker, figuring out my personal lifestyle, working as a policy researcher on climate change, and various attempts to live in relationship and in community. Over the last sixteen years these have come together in my work supporting Quakers in Britain to dev… View profile
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