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Sun, 26 June


Jika Jika Community Centre

Must we always jump to immediate action?

Are we too biased towards action? What are the positives and negatives of this bias and are there alternatives that are more sustainable practices for systems change?

Must we always jump to immediate action?
Must we always jump to immediate action?

Time & Location

26 June 2022, 3:30 pm – 5:30 pm AEST

Jika Jika Community Centre, 1B Plant St, Northcote VIC 3070, Australia

About the event

When looking at our systems of power there is often a bias to action. Checklists of achievements, measures of 'doing' and the push for speed and proof of productivity tends to be where we focus. Is that all as good as we think?

In this months discussion we'll explore the positives and negative impacts of 'White Bias to Action' and discuss whether there are other ways?

We'll explore:

  • What is White Bias to Action?
  • What are the positives of this action bias?
  • What are the negatives?
  • What are the alternatives?


Loops of Learning holds regular events to inspire change through a dialogue of sense-making.

Conversations help us understand. They give us the chance to test our thinking, understand the systems we live in and empathise with other people. They also create safe spaces to be challenged and challenge the ideas of others. This can help us prepare for conversations where thinking really needs to shift.

These events are monthly and will be held on Sunday’s throughout 2022.

Afternoon tea is provided and you'll be contacted for coffee orders / drink preferences and dietary requirements closer to the event.


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    This ticket includes coffee and afternoon tea.

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