Co-learning at the end of an era

Are you a human that senses something isn’t right with the modern world? Do you want to deepen your understanding of the environmental and social crises that define the time we find ourselves in? Do you want to build hope, agency and confidence to take action?

Join season 4 of our “Co-learning at the end of an era” community to:

A weekly “come as you are” session of resources and conversations that are designed to deepen our understanding of the metacrisis and help us take action towards radically better ways of being on this planet.

Session format

A weekly 75-minute co-learning session. Come as you are; no preparation needed.

Each week, LearnJam or another participant will choose and share with the group a relevant resource (this could be an article, poem, podcast, video, artwork etc.). We will connect with the resource independently during the session, reflect through a written exercise, then come back together to discuss (either as a whole group or in breakout rooms). We will finish with time to plan an action (with ongoing action support in the optional community WhatsApp group).

The sessions are facilitated in a consent-based way, where you are welcome to participate only in a way that feels right for you. You can opt out of any part, or even the whole thing. We won’t be offended, just do what’s right for you.

Co-creation is a powerful approach for building community and making change, bringing to life principles of inclusivity and collective empowerment. If you would like to facilitate one of the sessions in this season, please let us know.

Why co-learning at the end of an era?

At LearnJam, our vision is to inspire and empower a global movement of critical learners who actively contribute to a future beyond capitalism, patriarchy and white supremacy.

This direction comes from a deep worry and sadness that the way we are living (in the Global North) is resulting in an unliveable planet. 

We see this crisis as a result of systems that are inherently unsustainable. The stories we are told about growth, profit and prosperity don’t fit with the reality of our predicament and the planets ability to sustain life. It feels like this era of those stories is coming to an end.

We want these co-learning sessions to be a space to come together and explore this end of an era more, and what might come next, through engaging with and discussing a related resource.