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In this edition of our newsletter, we celebrate the record number of applications received for the Hildur Jackson Award. We also feature GEN’s upcoming online events and webinars, including the launch of the Communities for Future programme in partnership with ECOLISE.
We highlight inspiring messages of connection with spirtuality from Damanhur in Italy, and connection with nature from our GEN Ambassador Amena Bal in India. We take this opportunity to invite you to visit GEN Online Store which includes our new book Cohousing for Life, by Robin Allison. Finally, we invite you to an upcoming event from our partners, including the Collective Trauma Online Summit.
We continue working to catalyze communities. Support us and help ecovillages across the world to overcome the biggest challenge in our history.Hildur Jackson Award
We received a record number of applications for the 2020 edition of the Hildur Jackson Award. 70 projects from 37 countries and across all of the 5 regions will now be evaluated by a jury composed by GEN Advisory Board. The winner will be announced on October 7.
Together with Gaia Trust, GEN developed the Hildur Jackson Award, a €3,000 annual prize that supports and honours projects around the world that demonstrate regenerative best-practices in all dimensions of sustainability. The 2019 winner was ReScope Programme, an international project in Kenya, Malawi, Uganda, Zambia and Zimbabwe. Know more about the Hildur Jackson Award and our past winners in our website.