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Join us for our intimate, reflective and strategic Masterclass on Systems Practice. We will start in October. Expect practical frameworks and lots of thoughtful, focused, reflective time with a super interesting group of people working on systems change.
Tatiana and Juniper Glass published Bridging the fields of feminist and systems practice: Building ecosystems for gender equity. Sharing insights, new frameworks and lessons from four years of work with eight systems change collaboratives in Canada.
We are hosting a special webinar open to all from Tamarack “Systems Leadership in Practice”.
Work is underway on our Gender Based Violence Learning Lab in Nova Scotia.
Rachel is speaking at the Kauffman Foundation gathering on ecosystems, entrepreneurs and economies this week on Systems Leadership.
We have been working on the International Systems Change Field Building project Illuminate – specifically launching a new program for Bridgers, people who of the systems change world, to surface and learn together.
We have an increasing number of individual coaching sessions with women systems leaders to explore everything from transitions to strategy to equity. Reach out if you’re looking for support.
Our small Cohort Masterclass on Systems Practice kicking off this October.
Our new guide with useful frameworks on Building ecosystems for positive change
New publication Bridging the fields of feminist and systems practice: Building ecosystems for gender equity.
LINKS FROM THE FIELD OF SYSTEMS CHANGE
Must read – this is long, but brilliant Systems Change & Deep Equity.
How can funders design for and measure progress on systems change? New report from Skoll, Ford and Draper Richards Kaplan Foundations, Porticus, and Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors.
Seeing, Facilitating and Assessing Systems ChangeA conversation with Johnnie Freeland (unedited transcript!) –
Circular & square systems thinking — a Maori perspective on regeneration