Talk & Events

On 17th September 2019 | Until 17th September 2019

Free, Fair and Alive – exploring the commons with David Bollier

6.30pm: drinks at 18 Well Walk, Hampstead, NW3 1LD Gaia House  7.30pm – 9pm: talk and discussion at The Friends Meeting House, 120 Heath Street, Hampstead NW3 1DR  Tickets: £5 standard. £4 concession. Join us for an evening with American author, activist and commons expert David Bollier, for the UK launch of his latest book Free, Fair and Alive: The Insurgent Power of the Commons, co-authored with German activist Silke Helfrich. The book is an ambitious attempt to build a deeper understanding of the commons as a living social organism. Buy tickets here. Around the world, commons are (re)emerging as a paradigm and set of practices that emphasise collective stewardship of shared wealth and the interconnectedness that makes life on Earth possible. Commons... Read More

Catch Up On Past Events

From 3rd October 2019
Until 5th August 2019

March for Good Food, Good Farming and Climate Justice!

  On 5th October 2019 Gaia will join the Land Workers Alliance, Sustain, the Soil Association and many others to march through London for Food, Farming and Climate Justice. Last… Read More

On 30th September 2019
Until 30th September 2019

Flourishing Diversity

The Flourishing Diversity Series invites you to a unique opportunity to listen, dialogue, and participate with indigenous leaders from across the world. Wisdom traditions hold many of the answers to… Read More

On 20th November 2018
Until 20th November 2018

Wh@t on Earth!? Reimagining our relationship with digital technology

Being more connected is good. So say Facebook, Google and any advert for a smartphone you’ve ever seen. But what are we being told to connect to? And is our… Read More

On 20th October 2018
Until 20th October 2018

Extractivism: Resistance and Alternatives to mining, at We Feed The World

Turning fertile land into open pits, polluting water, air and the climate, the mining industry poses a major threat to hunters, fisher-people and small farmers the world over. But around… Read More