When WeGovern in community, We Keep Each Other Safe. We take action by designing systems and processes that align with values of interdependence and mutual thriving so that even in times of conflict, we are able to practice care for ourselves and each other. At its essence, governance is the means by which we collectively and systemically care for people and place. In 2020, Resonance Network practitioners published the WeGovern Principles, inspired by a rich history of Indigenous practices rooted in care for land, natural resources, community, and collective well-being. In this session, we will transcend the constraints of current systems of power by exploring different transformative justice processes and approaches that center healing, accountability, and collective decision-making. 


Nan Stoops, Yesenia Veamatahau, Aaron Spriggs

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Resonance Network