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To bring together the diversity of learning community tools as well as testimonials from international pioneers.


To retrace the steps of this transforming experience, to bear witness to the encounters I made along the way and to share the keys to collective learning.



To discover the backstage of the adventure and learn together throughout the exploration.


A response to the ecological and social emergency 

The ecological and social crises we are experiencing are getting worse every year. The latest IPCC report of 2022 is clear, we have 3 years to act and we must act TOGETHER. The magnitude of these crises requires an immediate and collective response.  

Thousands of citizens have heard this message. They are getting together as a community in order to raise public awareness, help the most disadvantaged, imagine the world of tomorrow, etc. ...

These communities are a formidable lever for personal and societal transformation.

Their impulses can set in motion thousands of citizens while profoundly and durably transforming these people. 

Their animation allows Transition actors to increase their impact and  create a real movement. 

Learn to adapt 

At the same time, our era is marked by an ever faster and deeper acceleration of our society. It took 175 years from the invention of the typewriter in 1714 to its global spread, 30 years for inventions such as the refrigerator to be in every house in the early 20th century, and it only took two months for Pokémon GO to reach 500 million users.

In this ever-changing world, communities are struggling to adapt. How do we, as a collective, respond quickly and effectively to new emerging crises? How can we communicate effectively when the communication media are constantly evolving? But above all, how to make a community evolve rapidly without losing its essence? How do you keep your members engaged in the face of all these disruptions?


To maintain their direct impact, communities must adapt their modes of action and operation. They must learn reflectively in order to adjust continuously. They must become learning communities.  

22 %

of organizations report having a person dedicated to community management, compared to 15% in 2021*

* Community Industry Report 2022 - CMX

46 %

of communities find it difficult to engage their members over time *

* Community Industry Report 2022 - CMX


To study the learning dynamics of communities, I will use specific ethnological research methods. Through these ethnographic tools, I will analyze precisely the social, cultural, and structural characteristics that enable a collective to foster learning.


The study is divided into 3 main areas: 

The learning environment

How does the community's environment impact on its ability to learn and empower?

The learning dynamic

How do community members position themselves in a continuous learning process (individually and collectively)? 


How do individuals identify with the community?

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