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Jun 20
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About this event:

The Covid19 pandemic is the latest disruption to the practice of public innovation learning, which was already in the process of transition into new formats and modalities.

This session explores what these look like, what considerations the pandemic forces upon us, and what the “next practice” of innovation learning will look like. 

This is a small session designed for those working in innovation learning and capacity building. We want to promote dialogue and peer exchange and thus are asking for expressions of interest so we can keep the group at the right size. We hope you understand. And we look forward to having many more conversations with you all after this.

For the session, we have a number of presenters including:

  • Beth Noveck - Director, GovLab
  • Ol Beun - Professor of Innovation, Torcuato Di Tella University
  • Kelly Duggan - Senior Learning Designer, Nesta
  • Giancarlo Duran - Senior Service Designer, FutureGov
  • Jesper Christiansen - Co-Founder, States of Change
  • Bas Leurs - Lead Learning Designer, UNDP
  • Caroline Paulick-Thiel - Director, Politics for Tomorrow
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Beth Noveck
Beth Simone Noveck directs the Governance Lab (GovLab) and its MacArthur Research Network on Opening Governance. She is a Professor in Technology, Culture, and Societyand affiliated faculty at the Center for Urban Science and Progress at New York University’s Tandon School of Engineering and a Fellow at NYU’s Institute for Public Knowledge.
Kelly Duggan
Kelly is a Learning Experience Designer in the Innovation Skills team. Prior to Nesta, Kelly was at the University of Brighton completing her Ph.D. entitled 'Envisioning the Future Village'. Using a Research Through Design approach, her thesis explored the role of digital technologies in facilitating the collaborative creation of 'shared visions' for shaping the future development of communities.
Caroline Paulick-Thiel
Caroline Paulick-Thiel is a strategic designer and expert in facilitating responsible innovation. Trained in Design (BA) and in Public Policy (MPP), she is experienced in developing and leading participatory processes to address public challenges. In 2012, she co-founded nextlearning, an association supporting societal transformation processes through experiential learning formats.
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