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We are pleased to announce, following our December 2022 Hui, the return of the following Leadership Group members:

Gemma Hogan 

David Ayre

Barbara Robson

Robin Schiff

Nate Wilbourne 

Astrid Sayer 

John Paul Pochin 

And welcome Jace Hobbs to the grou

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The first version of our "Weaving Plan" was presented at our July Hui and is available HERE.

The Weaving Plan is an internal document, designed to help Forum groups work collaboratively to support the weaving of our communities around urgent and stra

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