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Intentional Communities cover quite a few topics, please select from the following major areas.
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According to [http://www.ic.org/  The Fellowship of Intentional Community]:
  
'''[[Starting a community]]''' - topics relating to the formation of intentional communities, including:
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"Intentional communities are groups of people living together with some shared resources on the basis of explicit common values.
  
:*[[Children in community]]
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Examples include [[ecovillages]], cohousing, communes, student co-ops, spiritual communities, and more."
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'''[[Types of communities]]''' - the variety of community - over 31 flavors, including:
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== See also ==
:*[[Cohousing]]
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:*[[Ecovillage]]
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'''[[Building and maintaining a community]]''' - How To...
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:*[[Community design]]
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:*[[Recruiting|Recruiting members]]
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:*[[Finding a community]]
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[[Category: Community]]
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* [[:Category:Intentional communities]]
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* [[Co-housing]]
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* [[Collective House]]
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==Interwiki links ==
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* [[Wikipedia:Intentional community]]
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== External links ==
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* [http://www.ic.org/ ic.org] - "the Intentional Communities web site"
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* [https://newwe.jimdo.com/ A New We: Ecovillages and Ecological Communities in Europe] - documentary
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* [https://aeon.co/essays/like-start-ups-most-intentional-communities-fail-why Like start-ups, most intentional communities fail -- why?]
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* [http://www.richsoil.com/permaculture/310-podcast-037-intentional-community/ Intentional community podcast] by Paul Wheaton
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* [http://www.richsoil.com/permaculture/322-podcast-042-intentional-community-part-2/ Intentional community podcast part 2] by Paul Wheaton
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[[Category:Intentional communities]]

Latest revision as of 23:28, 20 August 2017

According to The Fellowship of Intentional Community:

"Intentional communities are groups of people living together with some shared resources on the basis of explicit common values.

Examples include ecovillages, cohousing, communes, student co-ops, spiritual communities, and more."

See also[edit]

Interwiki links[edit]

External links[edit]



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