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WorldEthicForum: What does it take as “process stewards” to co-hold space for complex, inclusive and diverse endeavours?

Format: Workshops, RSD12, RSD12 Workshops, RSD12-ONLINE: Entanglements of interest, Topic: Methods & Methodology, Topic: Socioecological Design

Luea Ritter, Marco Gyger, and Anaïs Sägesser

The WorldEthicForum (WEFo) is an organisation dedicated to our common regenerative future. Part of the work is participatory action research (see, e.g. Bradbury et al. 2019, 2022). WEFo is a unique international global inquiry-based living lab that takes a multistakeholder, cross-sector, intergenerational, and long-term approach to foster healthy relationships, respect, and inclusion of all voices and forms of life as a norm (ecocentrism). It is based on the assumption that in order to do so, it requires restoring and rewiring our social and relational fabrics and how we relate and interact with one another. It is built on an in-depth inquiry into preconditions, social architecture and design process for co-creating a social field for a culture of care and kinship (Ritter et al., 2023).

The workshop explores the WEFo’s overall process design and work that enable collaborative actions on cross-sector and transdisciplinary themes and challenges.

KEYWORDS: ethical groundwork, decolonisation, reconciliation, stewardship of bio regions, intergenerational dialogue, responsible economy.

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Author(s): Luea Ritter, Marco Gyger, and Anaïs Sägesser
Year: 2023
Title: WorldEthicForum: What does it take as “process stewards” to co-hold space for complex, inclusive and diverse endeavours?
Published in: Proceedings of Relating Systems Thinking and Design
Volume: RSD12
Article No.: pre-release
URL: https://rsdsymposium.org/worldethicforum
Host: Georgetown University
Location: ONLINE
Symposium Dates: October 6–20, 2023
First published: 3 July 2023
Last update: no update
Publisher Identification: ISSN 2371-8404