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HOME is a school that starts from the conversations we bring together around our kitchen table. It’s a learning community and a gathering place for those who are drawn to the work of regrowing a living culture.

It’s the fruit of the projects we led, the books we read, the organisations we built, the people we learned with and the friendships that formed us over the past two decades. 

And it’s a new beginning. Something we’re figuring out together as we go along, with the help of that web of friends and collaborators.

HOME is a school the shape of a pocket. An air-pocket. A breathing space. A pocket of resistance and hope.

— Anna Björkman & Dougald Hine

next steps

In June 2018, we held a five-day course in the village of Ängelsberg, Sweden. Twenty-two scholars travelled from near and far to be part of Finding Our Way Home.

Now we’re taking our time to learn all we can from the experience of this first version of being a school and let this shape our plans for what comes next.

We’ll be back when the time is right. There will be an invitation to our 2019 courses – and to a monthly online gathering for the wider community that’s growing around this school.

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“I remain certain that the quest for truth cannot thrive outside the nourishment of mutual trust flowering into a commitment to friendship.”
Ivan Illich