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Alumni gathering in Belgium

Life after Schumacher - the next step by Rafaela Graça Scheiffer

Life after college can seem daunting but connecting with other alumni can help.
The Good Ship Myth and Ecology

How myths and stories help us understand the world by Rachel Fleming

Rachel Fleming shares tales of her expedition to un-map and re-map human imagination.
Satish Kumar

Love is All by Satish Kumar

Satish Kumar reflects on the importance of love in our lives

The Art of Invitation by Ruth Cross

How can we use art to help us create the conditions for social change?

Why we should worry about the state of democracy - Jon Rae

A decline in democracy is one of the biggest threats to the health of our planet

My Schumacher Month by David Dunetz.

Finding friends on the path to transforming the world

Ecology and Spirituality: the rapids of a personal journey - Eve Annecke

Eve shares the challenges of creating an ecological self

Gone But Still Here

“I soon learnt that a Grower’s best tool is her eyes. And I found myself among a group of people who sensitively observed rather than approximating or assuming; folk who deeply cared for and truly listened to the land and each other. I was touched time and time again by the thoughtfulness of the Garden Team and the Growers; and heartened that such sensitivity and caretaking was the foundation for the resilience of our growing enterprises.”

Leadership Is A Choice - Mac Macartney

As managers in business and wannabe leaders, what choices are we called to make? When we ask all three questions, use the answers as a navigational tool, and commit to action, our leadership will have the capacity to move a mountain or two.

A Deeper Look Into Brazilian Interest In Schumacher College’s Philosophy

The appeal of Schumacher College is not only measured by the students and volunteers here in England, but we can also see the numbers in Satish’s recent visit to Brazil where he launched his book Soil Soul Society in Portuguese and gave a number of speeches. In two of his free speeches in São Paulo, over 600 people turned up to listen to him and another seven thousand watched on line.