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Ecology of Health: Questions that need to be asked

Richard Feynman said he would rather have questions that can't be answered than answers that can't be questioned. We finished our International Bateson Institute Ecology of Health conference with more questions than we did answers. In fact, we deliberately drew together our discussions, asking what are the questions are that now...

Ecology of Health: Graphic Facilitation

Thanks to the ubertalented Lorraine Pastre, the scribes below capture how we brought the dialogue together, and how we opened it up at the 2017 Ecology of Health conference, with Nora Bateson and The International Bateson Institute   As Nora says, zooming in and zooming out.   Bringing it together   Opening it...

A more efficient flush down the pan

Responding to our situation(s) The captain of Cambridge in this year’s Boat Race said that being beaten by Oxford was not an option. He said so on the TV coverage twice: maybe he says it all the time, maybe he thought that was what he was...

The Bromley by Bow Centre

As we searched for environments and ecologies that bring the idea of Ecology of Health to life, we stumbled across the Bromley by Bow Centre, a community oasis tucked within the busy streets of East London. About Bromley by Bow The Bromley by Bow Centre has become...