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Within a service contract with the European Commission, flow-ing accompanies public authorities and stakeholders in Germany’s land Lower Saxony on a more profound understanding of the current wolf management situation and helps with the design of an exchange process.
In 2019 flow-ing provides a series of three training courses (3 days each) to the City of Paris which is currently in a process of managerial reform towards more participatory processes. Our training provides a resource in this change process.
Since October of 2018 flow-ing and colleagues have facilitated an Experimentation Community in Montpellier with the goal to explore the applications of Systemic Constellations in organizational life. This approach can for example be used to create new perspectives on complex and conflictual situations and thus provide insight on meaningful and effective next steps that reduce complexity and overcome conflict.
flow-ing has helped assess the local bear situation in Harghita County in Romania. The situation in some places in Transylvania is dramatic with bears regularly visiting towns and even houses. flow-ing is part of an EU-funded project that helps stakeholders dialogue about the situation and take joint action.
In November 2018 flow-ing facilitates the 3rd transboundary lynx parliament. The session will be held at the French German border in the Palatinate and there will be up to 40 stakeholders present from both countries in order to better manage the presence of the lynx in the Palatinate and the Vosges mountains.
flow-ing will facilitate a series of 7 workshops for Montpellier Métropole in November and December 2018 in order to better allow the integration of the needs of the agricultural profession into the new urban plan of the city.
In November 2018 flow-ing will provide a 5-day training in Sweden on eco-system conflict management at Grimsö Wildlife Research Station. Participants are international PhD students dealing with wildlife conflicts. The course will provide practical knowledge on how to plan for and handle stakeholder dialogue in tensed contexts and especially with regard to large carnivores such as wolf, lynx or bear.