What does it take to live in community?
How do we build our own shelter? How do we balance individual and collective needs? How do we learn from each other in non-institutionalized ways? How do we go back to THE ROOT OF THE ROOT OF OURSELVES?
These are some of the questions that were explored at Scholus Pocus Roots, a 10-day Agile Experiential Training between the mountains and the sea on the magical and wild island of Evia in Greece.
This event was one of many Scholus Pocuses, themed Pop-Up Agile Learning Communities for experiential and democratic living and learning. It was hosted at an eco-neighbourhood called Stagones and was organized and facilitated by SchooL with_OuT FrOntiers ¡, the The Hara-Goe project and Mesahat Liberating Learning.