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education PROGRAMS for

THRIVING communities

Connecting our stories

together and taking 

regenerative action 

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Prosocial 

action        

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health

GLOBAL
path

Begin your Global CarePac Journey Here

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The Evolution of Connection

Superheroes and Tricksters

The Regeneration Revolution

Converging Knowledge Systems

community path

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  • Practicing prosocial community governance

  • Creating community experiences

  • Sharing regenerative skills   

  • Developing deep nature connection  

Thriving Futures Student Programs 6-18

& Teacher Education Programs

education path

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Online, Classroom & Place-based 

global
foundations

1. Common goals​​

2. Joining together

3. Building our capacity to thrive

4. Prosocial action​

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For students 16+, teachers, trainee teachers, & community members

the courses

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global foundations

experiences

THRIVE
2100

COMMUNITY path

EDUCATION path

the
community

Creating and preparing

a thriving future for all,

now and into the 22nd century,

Together...

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Let's journey toward a thriving 22nd century 
Together!

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The Global CarePac provides the tools we need:

  • Common goal and identity

  • Science based system of working together

  • Stories for diversity with unity

  • Connection & Regeneration skills

learning and taking action together for a thriving Anthrpocene

the
practice

Provide the Knowledge, Skills & Experiences to 

  • navigate the rivers of anthropogenic change

    • ​resilience , organization, adaptation,

             mitigation

  •  avoid the roads of agression

    • reactive, out-group, adherence,

             defensive, sexual​

  •  follow the paths toward thriving communties

    • survival, motivation, intelligences, life structures, environments, social structures​

 

Now and into the Next Century

the 
goal

Connect scholars and communities together through programs and experiences

designed to realize the necessary conditions for a successful journey toward a thriving Anthropocene,

now and into the 22nd century

2100

Initiating Team

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As a PhD candidate at UPF in Barcelona, Seraphine is writing her dissertation on temporality and settler colonialism.

With a background in art and political philosophy, Seraphine is a Research Fellow at the University of London. 

Hwiemtun (Fred Roland) was born and raised in Khowutzun by a Coast Salish mother and Hawaiian lineage father.

After spending many years with elders, Hwiemtun learned about his ancestors' culture and spirituality. He has been acknowledged as the Cultural Ambassador for Cowichan Tribes. 

Tashmyra Crowe MEd 

Montessori teacher (12-18)

Program Director

Seraphine Appel

MA Political Philosophy 

Network Manager

Hwiemtun/Fred Roland   

Program Facilitator

Dr. David Krieger EdD

Project Director

After teaching and mentoring youth for 20 years, David spent 6 years researching environmental and outdoor education programs around the world to complete a Doctoral Organization Improvement Plan and the Global CarePac project.

Tashmyra is a curriculum designer, montessori teacher, and advocate for inclusive education with over 20 years working with kids and teens in outdoor education.

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Thriving Futures Youth

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Thriving Futures ESL

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Thriving Futures Teen

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Teacher Education

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Thriving Futures High School

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Research

education programs

A global 
PROJECT

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3 Regional Centres offering online and place-based programs for all ages.

COMMUNITY AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS FOR ALL 

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global 
vision
& action

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Universe Referent Citizenship

The Universe, and all its elements is the ‘primary’ for the Earth’s and consequently our own survival. The universe referent citizenship model takes into account factors beyond the physical, acknowledges the need to act, and unites Indigenous knowledge with deep ecological science. The present urgency across the world is for Indigenous peoples to take leadership in addressing the spiritual and humanist inadequacies of Western cultural development. It is time to join with others who have found their way out from under the burden of their intellectual heritage of empire to consider future citizenship states that can do more than reduce our ecological expectations to the level of mere survival. A mode of citizenship that is a synthesis of knowledges and interventions with 'place' and 'space' has potentially revolutionary implications in restoring quality of life and ecological justice. Indigenous peoples, ecologists and ethicists (ethical philosophers) are in a prime position to assist the human community in reconnecting itself with nature. As such, it is the fusion of these knowledges that underlies the model of a 'Universal Citizen', a model of universe-referent citizenship that places the universe, and all living and non-living life forces, as the 'primary' for human existence in the future.

Indigneous Health Policy Director, Dr. Kerry Arabena 

regenerative
CONNECTED action

FOR A THRIVING 2100 

local COMMUNITIES

regional COMMUNITIES