When :from Tuesday 8 December, 2020 09:00 to Sunday 13 December, 2020 10:55
Where :From Paris, Online, France
Contact :Steven Riel Miller
From 8 to 12 December 2020, the High-Level Futures Literacy Summit provided testimonials from around the world that being futures literate changes what people see and do. From high ranking leaders in the public and private sector to activists, artists, students and professors, the Summit showed how people become futures literate and the impact it has on all aspects of life, from dealing with COVID-19 to breaking the reproduction of oppression.
Gathering for pleasure, knowledge-sharing and sparking creativity did not disappear with the pandemic. Humans still need and want to exchange, to learn from each other, to explore our differences and similarities.
Before the pandemic the dominant pattern for such gatherings was face-to-face, physical presence, physical venues and very costly physical travel. This was the elite model, reserved for the few, the rich, the privileged. The pandemic opened the door to another, more accessible, more fully global form of gathering. We are only at the beginning of inventing the signals, signs, expectations, habits, rituals and formats for gatherings in cyberspace.
But we are much further ahead now than a year ago. Take a look at the additional contents on the Futures Literacy Summit. They tell the story of a gathering that morphed from the conventional to the experimental. Working with wonderful teams of designers, curators, inspired content providers and generous sponsors, the FL Summit took some first tentative steps towards creating a learning venue where everyone and anyone can exchange, explore, have fun.
The site is still open, so check it out yourself.
- See also: event announcement of the Summit
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