Themed Talks on Stopknappen: Moving forward
- Event status
- Moved online
- May 11, 2020 - 20:00
- May 11, 2020 - 22:00
This is a "birds view" talk about the next steps of the project – How do we move forward? What needs to be prioritized and in which order?
A desired outcome of this meeting is also to form a workgroup on the topic and have a clear list of actions to move forward with.
The purpose of the themed talks is to find and develop potentially missing pieces and, not least, to establish a credible documentation base for each of the Stopknappen framework topics. While the talks are focused on Stopknappen, Startknappen aspects will naturally be covered, in what we hope to be very nuanced and multi perspective, lightly guided talk.
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 act on it. The framework has been designed to enable us to take a big (but not too big) leap forward in societal evolution and enable us to respond properly to the current threats to our known existence (climate change, pollution, inequality, refugees, armed conflicts, corruption, automation, etc). The framework recognizes the potential of the individual as well as the collective from which we thrive. It takes a holistic approach to rearrange our current society and unfold it’s full potential.
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. implementable now.
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. We need to dare to do things differently.’
Martin is co-founder of think.dk and describes himself as Ideologue, developer, writer and (r)evolutionary in spe. His need to challenge the norm precedes his sense of obedience - and for him, the Stopknappen framework was the main driver to create think.dk.
Registration and Details
To participate in a themed talk, it is highly recommended that you first attend a general Stopknappen introduction event. Registration is not required but you are invited to send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and let him know that you are coming.
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