Welcome to the Applied Improvisation Network

The Applied Improvisation Network is excited to invite you to participate in our interactive symposium hosted in collaboration with the Red Cross Red Crescent Climate Centre and the Stockholm Environment Institute. Come learn from experts in the field on improvisational approaches in the worlds of climate change intervention, emergency response, conflict resolution and reconciliation, race and social justice, migration and refugee issues and more. And come share your expertise! Day 2 of the symposium will be completely Open Space where you can learn from others and also offer sessions with your own brilliance and experience on dynamic methods for the humanitarian context.

See more details and registration
information at www.ainsymposium.org

Not sure where to start? Here´s how to get involved:

Sign up for newsletter AND the Facebook group  → Become a member on our site   →  Find your local group and tell them you exist!

Learn more about AIN

 

What is Applied Improvisation, how the network operates & why you might want to get involved.

Find a practitioner

Search for one of AIN’s certified practitioners in your area and with the special skills you need.

Attend an event

Our annual World Conferences, special regional meetings and regular local groups.

What’s Happening at AIN

Our 2020 AIN Conference is postponed in view of COVID-19 

 

Meanwhile, our dedicated teams are designing new opportunities for the upcoming year. Stay tuned for more info!

Webinars and Sixty-minute Socials

We’ve launched a new regular series of AIN webinars called The Big Topic. This is an opportunity for us to gather and learn together in between face-to-face conferences and local group meetings. They start at various times to accommodate as many time zones as possible, and usually last 90 minutes. Anyone is welcome to attend, up to our current Zoom limit of 100 participants.

We usually record them, and you’ll find them posted on the AIN Youtube channel here.

And yes, they will be participative, with opportunities for discussion and other contributions in lively formats, hosted by the practitioners.

Click here for more information

Donate to the Scholarship Fund

 

The Applied Improvisation Network (AIN) is committed to increasing accessibility of this conference to people from underserved and under-represented communities by providing award scholarships to as many deserving people as possible. You can directly help by donating* to the AIN World Conference 2019/2020 scholarship fund here and help increase the number of participants who could not otherwise afford to attend. Click here to donate.

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