What's possible because we are connected? Biologist Merlin Sheldrake calls the relationship between organisms ‘the most basic principle of ecology’. The Connectorship Project takes this as a starting point - that cultivating and nurturing relationships between the parts of our change-making systems is as important as the parts themselves. Read more about it here.
The Project has three primary mission areas:
- to further thinking and language around the concept of connectorship
- to develop processes and gather evidence illustrating the value of connectorship in making change
- to tangibly grow connectedness and connectivity amongst those committed to a better future - in Aotearoa NZ and beyond.
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