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Invitation to the next Viral Open Space

On november 22, contribute to the effort to build a process that will bring our initiatives together from the local to the global!


Born in a context marked by the Covid-19 pandemic, the Viral Open Space (VOS) offers an unprecedented learning process, punctuated by online events, inspired by the experiences of World Social Forums and other transnational spaces of mobilization (read the text intention of the VOS).


Since last March, three editions of the VOS have brought together groups from all over the world, joining other initiatives such as the Social Forum of Transformative Economies and the Dialogues en Humanité. This month, the process continues and consolidates itself!


Thereby, next Sunday november 22 at 4 p.m. Paris (see your local time), we invite you to co-construct a collective journey that will bring us closer and strengthen each other.


During these two meetings of process designing, you will be invited to walk through an experimental methodology, and to comment on the space opened up by the Viral Open Space in collaboration with the Multi-convergence of global networks. We will question together how this process can feed our efforts, and we will propose ideas to nourish our virality (this ambition will be specifically the subject of a next meeting which will take place in less than two months)! We propose to adopt as a common horizon the organization of a major common event which will take place on December 20 and 21. The orientation of the process and what ensues from it is driven by the participants : the VOS is in your image!


Thank you for sharing the invitation to your networks!


More information (such as the login link) will follow in the coming days on, stay tuned! And don’t hesitate to join the Facebook group!

The VOS facilitation team (contact us).


We sincerely hope that in one way or another, this event will help to make this difficult period an opportunity for the majority of us to take an important step towards societies that are more respectful, more humble, more resilient, more creative and with more solidarity