The purpose of this Hui was to feed into the strategic action plans of the Social Justice and Peace, Conflict and Reconciliation subgroups. The Hui began with a presentation on "A Regenerative and Redistributive Economy" by Joanna and Jack Santa Barbara, and concluded with a demonstration of how to use the Forum's online platform, Ning.

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These documents have been prepared through collaboration among the Forum's Coordination Group, and in a break-out discussion at the September 2020 full-Forum Hui on Zoom. Jessie is posting these documents on behalf of these groups, but was not personally involved in the creation of these documents.

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