World Wide Wander 2020

Welcome to the World Wide Wander with Psychologies Magazine, a series of Street Wisdom events around the world, in-person and online. From 25-27 September 2020, we will be bringing together our community from all over the world for our fourth #WorldWideWander. As founder David Pearl says “when the world goes wobbly, wander” – so that’s exactly what we’re going to do.

We’re anticipating most of this year’s events to be online. To keep momentum going over the weekend, we are going to be running a rolling stream of Street Wisdom events from Friday morning to Sunday evening. A relay of Street Wisdom so anyone can tune-in (and tune-up) from anywhere or any-time, around the world.  Simply join an online WalkShop (there’ll be one starting every two hours on our Zoom channel) and head outside…

Step 1: Your facilitator will guide you through some warm-up exercises to tune-up your senses

Step 2: Think of a question (in life or work) and find some fresh answers from the streets

Step 3: Reflect on the experience in a virtual sharing session

Alongside this, we’re going to be getting back to the streets for volunteer led, in-person events. These will all be dependant on local safety guidelines, keep checking our events page and social media to find out where you can join in. If you’d like to run an event yourself, get in touch with us via email. We’ll supply everything you need including a facilitators pack and support in promoting your events. 

Street Wisdom can provide a powerful tool in helping people emerge from the emergency of 2020 with clarity and direction. That’s why the focus of this year’s event is going to be ‘finding our way’: as individuals, as communities, as humans. So whether you’re leading your own event, joining a WalkShop or taking part using our free audioguide, we hope you’ll be a part of a special weekend.

Last year there were 54 volunteer-led events, in 21 countries, over three days. You can watch highlights of the World Wide Wander 2020 here:

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