Changing the Rules of Society
- Event status
- May 23, 2021 - 19:30
- May 23, 2021 - 21:30
Join us for an inspiring talk about how we can change the world.
At this event I will guide you to a holistic understanding of the Stopknappen framework and philosophy, leading to an open table dialogue or Q&A.
We won’t get to touch on all topics but I’m prepared to take the time to answer all questions.
NOTE: We also have a series of Stoknappen debates – for those who have already attended the introduction event and wish to participate more actively in the onwards development and implementation of the framework.
Stopknappen is a new framework for society. It defines a new democratic state, where stress and financial pressure has been replaced with freedom of choice and time to live. The framework has been designed as a big leap forward in societal evolution with emphasis on what we can do tomorrow, respectfully acknowledging the sense of safety that comes from life as we know it. One might call it a pragmatic take on Utopia. It enables us to respond properly to both current and future threats to our existence (climate change, stress, pollution, inequality, refugees, armed conflicts, corruption, automation, etc – and well, let's include the until recently more futuristic one: pandemics).
Stopknappen is based on a yet unnamed ideology that believes in humans. It recognizes the potential of the individual as well as that of the collective from which we thrive. It takes a holistic approach to rearrange our current society and unfold it’s full potential. It is built on the assumption that we can achieve even more through creativity and collaboration than through competition.
Startknappen is the actual implementation of the framework in the state of Denmark. The what, when and where of Stopknappen. It uses the framework as a blueprint and ideological inspiration to create a crowdsourced Denmark 4.0. implementation has begun.
About the host
‘I believe that the competitive society model is inhibiting innovation. When winning is the primary goal, we all lose. If we are to overcome the burdens ahead, we need to work together and share our knowledge freely in the common interest. That is how a better tomorrow is made.’
Martin the is co-founder of think.dk and ideologue, developer and social activist. His need to challenge the norm and save the world precedes his sense of obedience.
Registration and Details
The first part of the event will be an introductory presentation to the Stopknappen framework and philosophy. After that, the discussion will be open for everyone to join, ask questions and share perspectives.
Registration is not required but you are invited to send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and let him know that you are attending.
- Avnø Højskole
- Flyvervej 10
- 4750 Lundby