Anything related to regional and thematic hubs.
Regional and thematic hubs will empower existing and future communities to have the capacity and resources to make and implement their own decisions to meet their differing needs. This will ensure sustainability, resilience, and growth for the whole Movement. Regional hubs will allow contextualizing activities, tools, and information. If appropriately resourced, they will empower groups of affiliates to collaborate on capacity building, knowledge transfer, and coordination. Thematic hubs allow for specialization and work across the Movement, where shared objectives benefit from coordinated solutions. As a result, new connections and structures will emerge, or existing ones will be strengthened, which will bring the principle of subsidiarity into practice. Read more on Enable the empowerment of local communities.