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Living Inquiry Communities

These courses draw together people, from different disciplines, backgrounds, experience and cultures, to inquire together into the complex realities of the world today.

Each Living Inquiry Community offers participants the chance to continue with their work while taking part in creative learning and dialogue through face to face and online sessions.

This course is for those who want to try to make a difference in the world individually and collectively.  Working in a community of practice offers the chance to meet others who face similar challenges. 
It is the chance to encounter new ways to think, act, experiment and explore and offers the chance to work with others who are supportive in facing challenging difficulties.

Living Inquiry offers and extraordinary opportunity to find new resources, strengthen resolve and mature as practitioners, while developing new fields of practice.

Living Inquiry Community programmes at Schumacher College currently include:

For some people, participating in these Living Inquiry Communities is fully transformative - at both the individual and collective levels. Other people may want to take this work further and may therefore wish to continue onto a Masters by Research or a PhD programme as part of the Schumacher World-wide Community for Research in Practice.