Future Search The Network

Learning Exchange 2016

July 25 - 27, 2016 in Dublin, Ireland

Join us in Dublin for the 2016 Future Search Learning Exchange. This is the time of year where we take three days out of our busy schedule to connect and reconnect with practitioners from all over the world to hear new stories, develop new relationships, and to deepen our practice and our connection to the values of the Future Search Network. We welcome guests who are intrigued by the principles and might not yet have had the pleasure of running a Future Search.

Every Learning Exchange brings its own inspirational experience and this year promises no less. In Dublin we will be taking inspiration from the heritage, the city, and the surroundings. The room we are based in has one wall that was built 1200 years ago by the Vikings - visitors from far away, just like you. The venue is in the shadow of Christchurch Cathedral on the banks of the Liffey River, right beside the cultural quarter.

The Learning Exchange takes place over three fast-moving days and deliciously long evenings with lots of opportunity for chatting, catching up, hanging out, soaking up the local culture and making great relationships. It’s the place where you put a face to the name, and get to see behind the curtain of this quite magical Network of practitioners who are doing the most amazing work across the world.

The theme of this year’s Learning Exchange is SHARING – Sharing stories, inspiration, and support to continue to grow this work in the world.



Monday, 25 July             10.00 to 17.00
Tuesday, 26 July            09.00 to 17.00
Wednesday, 27 July       09.00 to 14.00

Venue: Wood Quay Venue, Dublin City Centre

Cost: â‚¬400  (covers core costs including venue, facilitation, lunch and refreshments)

Register by contacting Michael Donnelly:  
Michael.donnelly@perspectivity.org   +44 773 951 8998
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