Workshops

Retour sur le Resilience Café No. 1: An Introduction to Resilience

Graphic recording Caroline de Ocean Visual

Le premier résilience café a eu lieu vendredi 3 avril à 19h30 en ligne à l’aide du logiciel Zoom. Les résiliences café sont un espace où avancer ensemble sur la question de la résilience dans toutes ses acceptions, tant elle est et sera nécessaire à surmonter cette crise.

Ce premier événement était l’occasion de définir un peu mieux le concept de résilience pour poser les bases de ce cycle de discussion. 

Resilience Café 2: stress-testing the Luxembourg food system

In this particularly stressful period for our societies, the Centre for Ecological Learning Luxembourg (the Luxembourg Transition hub) is starting a series of Transition Cafes about resilience. As change is happening, what would be the next steps to build up / increase the resilience of our societies globally, but also at your doorstep? This series of zoom talks and exchanges is made for you: to be a space for connection, disruptive thinking and exchange of very concrete ideas and information. 

CELL’s Extraordinary and Virtual General Assembly

Dear CELL member, 

This year is special in many ways for our association, the confinement adds a new dimension that we will have to apprehend!

CELL’s Extraordinary and Virtual General Assembly: Wednesday 22nd April at 6.30pm

Here’s everything you need to know for this virtual, but still convivial Extraordinary General Assembly of the CELL

1. Become a member

We remind you that in order to be able to vote in the General Assembly, you must be a member and up to date with your subscription.

C’est le temps des semis !

L’art du semis et du repiquage 

Une graine c’est la vie.

Dans l’enveloppe de la graine se trouvent des réserves et un germe. Cette graine est en dormance et respire. Elle peut attendre pendant des années le moment où elle germera dans un milieu propice, c’est-à-dire à bonne température avec de la lumière et de l’humidité.

On peut donc les conserver longtemps à l’abri de la lumière au sec et au frais (sacs en papier épais ou bocaux en verre).

Pourquoi utiliser des semences paysannes ?

Poste en communication externe auprès du CELL (20 hrs./sem)

L’a.s.b.l Center for Ecological Learning Luxembourg (CELL) recrute, pour entrée immédiate et au plus tard le 1er mai, un·e responsable de la communication externe trilingue (luxembourgeois, français, anglais) en contrat à durée déterminée à 20h/semaine (voir conditions de travail).

Aboard the Low-tech Lab

CELL invited Corentin de Chatelperron to Facilitec, the brand new location of the REconomy hub in Esch-sur-Alzette, for a promising afternoon all about the ideas, the possibilities and the future of low tech. With his sun-tanned skin, which he got from being exposed to the elements for many months, and a pair of sandals that carry his shaky sea legs over the earth’s surface, Corentin is somebody who radiates friendliness and calmness. He has been involved with the low-tech movement in France from the beginning and got inspired by the minimalist movement.

CTF during 36C3

If you are planning to become a 1337 haxor or you are an renowned CyberSecurity specialist looking for an escape route during the festive period or you are just curious and want to learn more about the ‘dark side’ of computing then we have you covered.

Join the team that represented Luxembourg at the European Cyber Security Challenge the 28th and 29th of December 2019 to participate to the Capture The Flag (CTF) competition organised by HXP during the 36th edition of the Chaos Communication Congress.

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