- Find a group that wants to work towards an Economy for the Common Good and organize an initial meeting.
- The group decides to establish a local chapter and starts to meet on a regular basis.
- As different interests emerge and the group grows, you create focus teams or work groups, which meet in addition to the monthly local chapter meetings. Examples of such focus teams are:
- Additional people join the Local Chapter and discover which area they would like to work on.
Some people might prefer to remain less active and only join the general meetings.
Your group might like to create a workshop to use the Dragon Dreaming Method for team building and strategic planning.
5. More possible activities
- Find people in your group to fill specific roles, such as:
- contact persons for companies/municipalities/education institutions
- public relations, media contact
- event planning
- networking and cooperation
- internal organisation
- Communication with the ECG movement (newsletters, wiki, social media, Website)
- Participate in ECG-meetings and conferences such as Local Chapter regional meetings, Delegates Assembly, entrepreneurs' meetings, academic conferences
- Spread the word about ECG in your city
- Contact local businesses and talk to them about the Common Good Balance Sheet
- Establish a network with political decision-makers
- Encourage your city to become an ECG municipality.
- Encourage an educational institution to host an educational event
- Gain new members to your Local Chapter and to your regional ECG Association
- Start fundraising activities. Learn more in our Handbook for Fundraising (requires login)
Each year we collect reports from all ECG Local Chapters around the world. They are a great source for examples and best practices. You can find the Annual Reports of ECG Local Chapters.