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Jun 20
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What is the role of culture and cultural activity in decision-making? The session revisits the change mechanisms to reimagine society and explores what sorts of cultural spaces we need to drive public innovation.

Join us for a panel of experts sharing their observations before we go into a collective reflection on the topic.

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Gabriella Gomez-Mont
Gabriella Gómez-Mont is the founder and director of Laboratorio para la Ciudad, the experimental arm and creative think tank of the Mexico City government. Gabriella has won several international awards and recognitions for her work in different disciplines. Gabriella is a Fabrica alumni, a TED Senior Fellow and a Yale World Fellow, and was recently selected as a World Cities Summit Young Leader.
Charles Landry
Charles works with cities around the world to help them make the most of their potential and facilitates complex urban change projects. He is co-founder of the Creative Bureaucracy Festival. He has published extensively. Most recently The Civic City in a Nomadic World, The Creative Bureaucracy (w Margie Caust), An Advanced Introduction to the Creative City, Psychology & the City (w Chris Murray)
Panthea Lee
Panthea is the Executive Director of Reboot. In over 30 countries, she's facilitated unlikely but transformative collaborations between communities, activists, and institutions to advance social justice. Panthea has led global co-creation processes to protect civic space, tackle corruption, strengthen participatory democracy, reform international agencies, and drive media innovation.
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