Every day, Mark Doneddu (World Vegan Day Melbourne Founder) and Clare Mann (Vegan Psychologist) receive messages from vegans who are desperate to make sense of what’s happening in the world and what it means for the future of veganism.
In this webinar series, they cut through conflicting information to help you make make sense of current arguments. You will gain valuable tools to further develop your self-awareness and communication skills, so you feel more resilient and hopeful about your part in creating a vegan world.
Register for this live webinar series for insights, techniques, and attitudes we can practice in order to be part of the solution. We can avoid becoming close-minded and create ease within ourselves and each other, for non-human animals and for the planet on which we live.
Next Live Webinar in Series is scheduled for Wednesday 9th September 2020 12.30pm AEST (Sydney Australia)
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Duration: 1 hour
After registering, you’ll be sent a link to access the previous recordings.
This webinar will be live streamed to the Vegan Psychologist website. If you cannot attend, a recording will be on this website shortly after the live stream has finished.
There’ll be an opportunity to have your questions responded to.
Mark was an engineer for 25 years with several patents to his name. Over the last 20 years he has had extensive experience researching vegan health and the environmental impacts of a plant based diet. He regularly presents talks on behalf of Veg Vic. As well as being President of VegVic,
Mark is a founder and Director for World Vegan Day Melbourne, which is one of the biggest Vegan festivals in the World. He has spoken at many major events around the country. Mark has also been recently interviewed on Channel 9 for his comments on health as well as on many popular radio stations, such as Radio National, The ABC, 3AW, 3RRR, 3MTS, 3MDR, 3CR among many.
“People hardly ever make use of the freedom which they have, for example, freedom of thought; instead they demand freedom of speech as a compensation.”
Soren Kierkeggard: Either/Or. A Fragment of Life.