Posted by: Mike Grenville | 17 December 2009

European Transition Conference

A “European Transition Conference” is being planned as a camp in 2010 from Wednesday 19th May 19 to Monday, 24th May 2010 in northern Germany.

People from Transition Initatives and those interested in the Transition Movement from all over Europe are invited to gather in spring 2010. The camp will be held in the ecovillage of Sieben Linden in northern Germany – an impressive example for a newly built resilient village.

Sieben Linden

About 150 activists from Transition Initiatives from all over Europe will come to share their experiences, learn new methods and get to know each other.

Grants Available

It is possible to ask the EU for a Grundtvig-grant for the conference – that grant includes the course fee, a lump sum for food and lodging and the travel expenses. But you have to apply soon! In Germany, the deadline is January 15th, but it can differ from country to country. For more detailled information about the funding, please check:

That’s why we ask you to spread this news in your networks as soon as possible and to ask the people that might be interested to preregister and to apply for the funding. It is a unique possibility to participate in an interesting conference about the transition movement, to get to know the ecovillage of Sieben Linden and to share your experiences with other initiatives from all over Europe! And all that – if you get the funding – without any costs!

We are looking forward to meeting you all in Sieben Linden next year!


Eva & Julia from the conference-team

For more detailed information about the conference:



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