How can science and education contribute to navigating societal transitions during challenging times? In times of increasing socio-economic and environmental challenges, interdisciplinary research and education can play a pivotal role in finding solutions to these complex issues.
KEYNOTE SPEAKER: ROMAN KRZNARIC
Roman Krznaric is a social philosopher who writes about the power of ideas to create change. His latest book is the international bestseller The Good Ancestor: How to Think Long Term in a Short-Term World. Particularly known for his work on empathy and long-term thinking, his writings have been widely influential amongst political and ecological campaigners, education reformers, social entrepreneurs and designers.
Roman Krznaric will introduce an altering mindset based on the concept of the ‘Good Ancestor’, that encourages forward-thinking actions. His philosophy prompts us to contribute to a sustainable and inclusive future through collaborative efforts across diverse fields of knowledge.
The conference kicks off with a plenary session, followed by three individual tracks. We invite you to tailor your experience choosing one of the following tracks upon registration.
Track 1: Digital Innovations for a Circular Society
Track 2: Empowering Healthier Communities Through Collaboration
Track 3: Competences for Transitions
After the plenary closing, please join us for drinks and the Poster exhibition to learn more about diverse research projects, showcasing the innovative collaborations shaping the future. Engage with interdisciplinary excellence and be part of the dialogue that drives progress.
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