In this panel discussion you can learn about the importance of weaving indigenous and modern perspectives to create systems change towards an equitable, thriving and resilient world.
Learn more about an approach to social impact that brings together community building, nature connection, scaling social innovations, network weaving and embodying the change we want to see in the world.
Roar Bjonnes discusses these topics and concrete practices with Adrian Röbke, a young social innovator and Joshua Konkankoh, an indigenous elder.
Joshua Konkankoh is an experienced social movement builder from Cameroon, connecting technology to indigenous knowledge to create regenerative cultures and communities.
Adrian Röbke supports the emergence of a resilient, thriving and life-affirming world. He is focused on building the capacity of multi-stakeholder networks to realize transformative impact.
Together they provide dynamic and unique learning experiences for individuals and collectives to accelerate systems change. These are safe and brave spaces to learn how to best address the systemic challenges across a variety of sectors and issue areas. Their 6 week program “The Systems Change Challenge” helps collaborative change-makers to either start or scale a transformative social innovation.