Supported the launch of EA Lausanne - if you're in Lausanne, join them!
We finished setting up our career coaching program - apply here!
We put out a new version of our website to be more representative of the work we have been getting ourselves into and the services we offer.
Applied to an EA grant for our policy work
We supported the student group at the University of Geneva to successfully launch their semester (with 16 new participants at their own intro seminar!).
We ran a first Jefferson Dinner with active professionals our community to discuss how to best support them in their support for EA (as a result, we are setting up a simple networking platform to help make more valuable connections).
We published an article on EA community building strategy based on our current model of the global network.
Themed meetup on cause prioritization on Monday 17th September
Konrad ran a session on cause prioritization at the EACH retreat and a session on our community funnel at the DACH EA retreat
Max gave two talks on complexity science and improving policy-making at the EACH retreat
the LessWrong community weekend in Berlin (Nora & Konrad)
the German speaking community leaders retreat in Berlin (Konrad)
the European community leaders retreat in Prague (Nora & JP)
the Swiss EA (EACH) retreat in Bern (Max, JP, Konrad)
the mentorship training by the Center for Applied Rationality in Prague (Nora)
We planned and debriefed all our retreat strategies
We ran a first quarterly meeting based on our new internal organisational structure
We had many productive team meetings and weekly 1-on-1s to improve our team performance
We had coordination calls with the CEA, EA Oxford, EA Sweden, EA Norway
We did a review of our budget & accounting to update the board members on our general situation
Assessed grant criteria and strategy implications to decide on community building goals (more coaching, workshops & regional coordination!)
We debriefed tests of our new advanced workshop and are now improving it for the first public run on November 10th
We are in the final stages of finishing a first version of our foundational thinking on improving public policy-making to launch a conversation and receive maximum input at EA Global London
We are wrapping up a publication on prioritization in policy-making after an extensive literature review (and will update the publication on-going-ly with new input)
A paper on a conceptual agent-based model of policy-making
A post on complexity science to explain our approach
We made progress on our preparation of the Mindfulness & Action workshop
A post on local community building strategy