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  • Remko en Chris samen, welkom\n
  • Hivos and unconventional methods for systematic change\n
  • Why we do this? And why do we link to Kennisland?\n
  • Remko: explore!\n
  • Chris: wicked problems in our society\n
  • Chris: main characteristics of a wicked problem\n
  • Chris: What are we looking for? The question: strategies for innovation? \n
  • Chris: What will the evening look like? Series, publication\n
  •  \nEach table is asked to answer 2 questions\nName can be written on folding screen\nWhat is your personal travel equipment? Your talent on board. \nWhat is your table's name? Needs to be vehicle for travelling. \n
  • Chris: let’s go!\n
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  • Chris: main characteristics of a wicked problem\n
  • Chris: main characteristics of a wicked problem\n
  • Chris: main characteristics of a wicked problem\n
  • Chris: main characteristics of a wicked problem\n
  • Chris: main characteristics of a wicked problem\n
  • Chris: main characteristics of a wicked problem\n
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  • Expedition members present plenary 5x 2 minutes. Kimon Moerbeek will be a reporter and present a short pirate column that wraps up, and leave us with a sharp birds-eye view as inspiration for the next wicked challenge. \n
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    • 1. IntroductionRemko Berkhout (Hivos) & Chris Sigaloff (Kennisland)
    • 2. introduction
    • 3. introduction
    • 4. introduction
    • 5. Wicked problems in our society introduction
    • 6. Main Characteristics of a wicked problem introduction
    • 7. What are we looking for? introduction
    • 8. What will the evening look like?Remko Berkhout (Hivos) & Chris Sigaloff (Kennisland)
    • 9. Team AssemblyRemko Berkhout (Hivos) & Chris Sigaloff (Kennisland)
    • 10. Let’s take a trip to Wicked GreeceMaro Pantazidou | maro.pantaz@gmail.com
    • 11. So, what is happening in Greece? Maro Pantazidou | maro.pantaz@gmail.com
    • 12. And what are people doing? Maro Pantazidou | maro.pantaz@gmail.com
    • 13. solidarity Maro Pantazidou | maro.pantaz@gmail.com
    • 14. direct action and disobedience Maro Pantazidou | maro.pantaz@gmail.com
    • 15. direct democracy Maro Pantazidou | maro.pantaz@gmail.com
    • 16. autonomy Maro Pantazidou | maro.pantaz@gmail.com
    • 17. Life and challengeof a Greek pioneer Maria Bakari | bakari@otenet.gr
    • 18. Maria Bakari | bakari@otenet.gr
    • 19. Challenging the CaseRemko Berkhout (Hivos) & Chris Sigaloff (Kennisland)
    • 20. The CatchRemko Berkhout (Hivos) & Chris Sigaloff (Kennisland)

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