Members’ Meetings

If you are interested in helping to build an educational co-operative and have thought about getting involved, this is a great time to become a member of CHE and join the conversations! 

We would like to invite all CHE members to our next Members’ Meeting online on

Wednesday 7th August, 7:30pm – 9pm.

If you’d like to attend, please email and you’ll receive instructions on joining the conference call.

We use a video conferencing programme called Zoom – ideally you need access to a computer, but you can also dial in from a phone. Zoom is free to download from here. If members would like a free training session on how to use it, please let us know!

What we’ll discuss: Building on conversations at past meetings (scroll down for notes), we continue to review how we can work more co-operatively and involve more members. We’d like to hear your views on this and on how we can best involve you in our various work strands – including co-operative university, fundraising or events.

We’d also like to hear from YOU: our members. If there is something you would like to propose, contribute, discuss, or a specific question you’d like answered, please let us know by Tuesday evening before the meeting, and we’ll add it to the agenda.

Future members’ meetings will be at the same time on the first Wednesday of every month – for the rest of the year these will be on

4th September 2019 (Glasgow)

2nd October 2019 (online)

6th November 2019 (online)

4th December 2019 (Glasgow)

Please keep these dates in mind – we’ll send out reminders nearer the time!


Past Members’ Meetings:

3rd July 2019 (online)

29th May 2019 (online)

20th February 2019 (Pearce Institute)

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The Centre for Human Ecology is an independent academic institute, network and registered charity based in Glasgow, Scotland, with an international membership of graduates and fellows. It exists to stimulate and support fundamental change towards ecological and social justice through education, action and research, drawing on a holistic, multidisciplinary understanding of environmental and social systems.