The first public introduction to the Municipalities in Transition system took place on the first week of December on two very participative webinars. One for english speakers and the other for portuguese speakers. After some weeks we also did it in Italian, and Spanish.
The invitation was out for those interested in developing or increasing the synergies between the civil society and municipalities and 33 showed up for the webinar in english and 42 people for the portuguese one. A lot more people have been interacting through our social media channels so we hope that the webinar’s recordings and the presentation pdfs, that we are making available here, will be of great use to you. We had a lot of interesting and relevant questions that couldn’t all be responded to, but please stay in touch with us for any future development.
For now, we hope you enjoy this brief introduction to the MiT System by Cristiano Bottone (in english and italian), Pedro Macedo (in Portuguese) and Tommaso Brazzini (in spanish) . If you have any questions or comments we would love to hear about them.
Click on the image below to download the presentation in the language you prefer:
Do you know you can join our Community of Practice?
Since the beginning of the project we have been nurturing a community of people that share interest in the project. You can read more about it here.
If you want to be a part of it you can join us on our facebook page and/or if you want to be added to our contact list please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org expressing so.
See you soon!
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