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DA Forum Governance

The Schumacher Institute, a registered UK charity, is the legal entity in charge of DAF’s income and expenses. The Deep Adaptation Forum is not a legal entity. The DAF Charter, […]

DAF Non-violence Statement

The Deep Adaptation Forum (DAF) is committed to non-violent means of seeking social and political change in a context of societal disruption and collapse. This is because violent means are incompatible with peaceful ends, and are completely in opposition to DAF’s mission to enable loving responses to our predicament. In only supporting non-violent action, DAF strives to align ourselves with established international principles, frameworks and leaders for non-violence including Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s six principles of non-violent action; the principle of satyagraha, expounded by Mahatma Gandhi; and UN General Assembly resolution A/RES/61/271 (2007) on the International Day of Non-violence.

DAF Charter

This living Charter is meant to shape and guide our aspiration to embody loving responses to our predicament.

DA Forum Finances

As of July 31, 2022 This page reports on DAF’s annual income and expenses for the previous fiscal year in British Pounds Sterling. The Schumacher Institute, a registered UK charity, […]

Avoiding Authoritarian Responses to our Predicament

We want the Forum  to be a welcoming space for all who are waking up to difficult realisations about societal disruption and collapse; and we’re committed to non-violence in both action and words. 

The Future of DAF – survey results and next steps

Greetings, dear DAF Community. First off, we would like to extend our heartfelt gratitude for your rich responses to our governance survey! The level of support and constructive ideas you […]