Garden Talks for Another Development

Garden Talks for Another Development are informal talks with invited international guests and organisations as well as people from Sweden representing different organisations, sectors and expertise. Hosts for the garden talks are the board of the foundation in their homes. The purpose of the garden talks are to establish good relations, learning and to explore potential collaborations.

Garden Talk for Another Development with friends from and for Colombia

During the program for Daniel Ortiz, CEALDES (Center for Alternatives to Development), Colombia, we ended with a Garden Talk for Another Development at the home of Ingvar Rönnbäck, Founder and Chair of the Board with Swedes from Colombia invited; Patricia Franco, Ana Karina Pastrana Polo, Yolanda Caicedo, Diana Reyes. We also invited Jonas Reyes Forsberg, Another Development Foundation Advisor, Kerstin Engström, Another Development Foundation Advisor, Evelina Rönnbäck, Photographer and Another Development Foundation Partner and Peder Karlsson, Chair of End Ecocide

Garden Talk for Another Development on Non-formal Education

Another Development Foundation is exploring ways of working with partners committed to non-formal education as way of empowering people and supporting democratic change and respect for fundamental human rights. At this garden talk Another Development Foundation hosted principals and headmasters working in People´s High Schools (Folkhögskolor) in the County of Västerbotten as well as guests from Kenya and others who are working within civil society, academia and through culture for sustainable social change. Besides of discussing potential partnerships with partners

Garden Talk for Another Development with Busia Municipality, Uganda

Representatives from Busia Municipality, Uganda headed by Mayor Hassan Mbwire was invited to the founder and chair of Another Development Foundation for a Garden Talk for Another Development June 6th 2018 since the team from Busia was in Sweden for working together with their partner Robertsfors Municipality as well as meeting representatives from Machakos County Government, Kenya who also is a partner to Robertsfors Municpality. The talked centered on the following themes; a) Sweden and Uganda, b) Sweden and international

Garden Talk for Another Development with Kajiado County Government, Kenya

The chair of Another Development Foundation - Ingvar Rönnbäck - was happy hosting representatives for Kajiado County Government, Kenya at the home of his family for a pleasurable dinner and a talk on Another Development as well as on the foundation and the work performed through his company ADEP - Another Development Perspective Ltd. The representatives for Kajido County Government were: Mr Martin Martine Moshiso, Deputy Governor Mr Francis Ole Sakuda Nkitoria, County Secretary Mr  James Ndirangu Waichanguru, Member of

Garden talk for Another Development in Sweden and African Countries

September 29th 2017 Another Development Foundation invited managers and scholars from African countries and Sweden for a talk on the meaning of another development, challenges and opportunities in our countries in relation to the overall goal of sustainable development with focus on local development. The dialogue also concentrated on factors needed for change, on how partners from different sectors with different roles can be brought to the same table for the improvement of collaboration, but also on how to mobilize

Garden Talk for Another Development and Equitable Health with Gunungkidul Regency, Yogyakarta, Indonesia

Another Development Foundation hosted representatives from Gunungkidul Regency in Yogyakarta, Indonesia and Center for Rural Medicine in Västerbotten working for equitable health in the framework of a partnership funded by Swedish International Centre for Local Democracy (ICLD). The talk was held in The City of Umeå September 20th, 2017 with a focus on the relation between another development as a need and vision, and on how work for equitable health can promote sustainable development. Special attention was on challenges, practices