Eva Schonveld

Eva is a climate activist, process designer and facilitator. She has co-convened the Transformative Conflict for Transition Network summit, supports sociocratic system development, decision-making and facilitation in many contexts including Extinction Rebellion Scotland.

Scottish landscape

A possible pathway to Interdependence

We need to dive deeper, heal the hurts of colonialism and remake ourselves and our world using healthy collective decision-making processes that bring out the best in us, rather than the worst.

January 23, 2023


Ingredients for a decolonial politics – cooking up a future to delight in

As we work together to re-discover and build new empowering political systems of collective decision making, and life-giving economic systems that can meet our real needs, how do we ensure that they stay true to the intentions we’re setting out with? How do we surface, heal  and create alternatives to our internalized and cultural habits of domination?

March 22, 2022

climate emergency

Business as Usual is a Failure for our Climate Emergency

Assemblies can be the way to break the business as usual logjam that is paralysing effective action. For that, they need to be given the time and range of expert input to be able to arrive at their own understanding of the level of the emergency, and the transformations needed to address it.

February 4, 2022

Sunset Assembly

Ending systems of domination: Reclaiming our bodies and politics from global trauma

As the sun goes down on a system that cannot save us from itself, our only option is to bring that system to an end. But what is that system, and how do we replace it?

October 26, 2021


How can we safely collapse systems of domination, and so, flourish?

The climate chaos that we are witnessing makes it inescapably clear that dominating others harms oneself, and that this system of domination will inevitably end—whether through ecological disasters or our collective action.

September 8, 2021

UK House of Commons

Politics, Trauma and Empathy: Breakthrough to a politics of the heart?

We can choose to believe the future is inescapably set in stone, and thereby make it so; or we can dare to create an opening for a different future, and so give us all a chance.

August 25, 2020

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