Presentation on the National Assembly on Vision and Constitution in Iceland

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Presentation by Gudjon Mar Gudjonsson, the Ministry of Ideas on the National Assembly on Vision and Constitution in Iceland. Presentation was held at the Radicales in Santiago on June 5th 2014.

Presentation by Gudjon Mar Gudjonsson, the Ministry of Ideas on the National Assembly on Vision and Constitution in Iceland. Presentation was held at the Radicales in Santiago on June 5th 2014.

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  • 1. GENERAL PRESENTATION AROUND CONSTITUTION AND NATIONAL ASSEMBLY DEVELOPMENTS IN ICELAND
  • 2. iceland   IndustriaPowering Digital Living® RGB 5,79,142 1989 1998 2000 2003 2004 2007 2008 2009 2014   PROFILE   GUDJON MAR GUDJONSSON   STARTED A FEW COMPANIES  
  • 3. MY INTEREST   GUDJON MAR GUDJONSSON   AND EXPERIENCE   !  VISIONING !  PRODUCT DESIGN & MANAGEMENT !  AGILE PLANNING !  PROCESS DESIGN !  GOAL SETTING !  TRAINING !  INNOVATION !  ORGANIZATION DESIGN !  PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT … TO BE UTILIZED FOR GRASSROOTS ACTIVITY  
  • 4. J   F   M   A   M   J   J   A   S   O   N   D  J   F   M   A   M   J   2008  2007   SYSTEM COLLAPSE OCT 2008  
  • 5. J   F   M   A   M   J   J   A   S   O   N   D  J   F   M   A   M   J   2008  2007   SYSTEM COLLAPSE OCT 2008   THE LARGEST EXPERIENCED BY ANY COUNTRY IN ECONOMIC HISTORY
  • 6. ICELAND STOCK MARKET   JAN 1998 TO OCT 2008
  • 7. J   F   M   A   M   J   J   A   S   O   N  J   F   M   A   M   J   2008  2007   QUESTIONING LEADERSHIP D   TRUST BROKEN  
  • 8. GAP!   CHANGE IN SOCIETY   ABILITY OF THE SYSTEM TO ADAPT TIME   BIRTH OF NATIONAL ASSEMBLY  
  • 9. WORLD   ICELAND   ... ON A DIFFERENT FREQUENCY
  • 10. ALL YOU NEED   FOR A GOOD   LAB   PROTOTYPE A ON ELECTRIC CARS PROTOTYPE B ON DATA CENTERS PROTOTYPE C ON BATTERY CHARGING PROTOTYPE D TRANSPORTAION BUSINESS MODEL PROTOTYPE E ACTIVE DEMOCRATIC PROTOTYPE F ON REALTIME CURRENCY  
  • 11. 930   WORLD’S FIRST PARLIAMENT  IN   IN  ICELAND  
  • 12. AS WE ALL WHY NOT THINK BIG THINK  
  • 13. SHAPING THE DOESNT NEED TO COST ANYTHING FUTURE  
  • 14. FUTURE ART   IS  
  • 15. THE FUTURE IS LIKE JAPANESE   MARTIAL ART!
  • 16. AIKIDO USE THE FORCE IN OUR ADVANTAGETHE WAY OF UNIFYING WITH LIFE ENERGY
  • 17. pamphlets and reports. It is only used on white background. the left one. NON-POLITICAL   OUTSIDE THE CONCEPT OF MONEY  
  • 18. SENCOSUD 120.000 ICELAND 319.756 SENCOSUD HAS A VISION ICELAND’S VISION ?  
  • 19. INSPIRATION   FOR A NEW   WORLD MODEL   THE ICELANDIC OPPORTUNITY
  • 20. HOW DID WE GET TO THE   MOON?  
  • 21. WITH A SIMPLE VISION
  • 22. "...I BELIEVE THAT THIS NATION SHOULD COMMIT ITSELF TO ACHIEVING THE GOAL, BEFORE THIS DECADE IS OUT, OF LANDING A MAN ON THE MOON AND RETURNING HIM SAFELY TO THE EARTH…” MAY 25TH 1961  
  • 23. SAID THE BOOKKEEPER AT NASA “MY WORK IS TO GET A MAN TO THE MOON…”
  • 24. IN SPACEPENUS INVESTS CO$T MILLIONS FISHER AG-7 SPACE PEN
  • 25. PENCIL!
  • 26. J   F   M   A   M   J   J   A   S   O   D   J   F   M   A   M   J   2009   2010   BY  THE  ANTHILL   N   1.500  PARTICIPANTS   GRASSROOTS  ORGANISED   NATIONAL ASSEMBLY 2009
  • 27. 9AREAS x 9GROUPS x 9MEMBERS x 2  
  • 28. PARTICIPANTS:   1.500 PEOPLE   1.200 RANDOM SAMPLE FROM NATIONAL REGISTRY 300 CHANGE LEADERS ENDED AS 500 VOLUNTEERS STARTED AS A GROUP OF 9 PLANNING:  
  • 29. NATION’S RANDOM SAMPLE  
  • 30. J   F   M   A   M   J   J   A   S   O   D   J   F   M   A   M   2009   2010   CONSTITUTIONAL  ACT  ACCEPTED  BY  PARLIAMENT   N   J   CONSTITUTIONAL  COMMITTEE  APPOINTED  
  • 31. J   F   M   A   M   J   J   A   S   O   N   D  J   A   S   O   D   2011  2010   BY  THE  GOVERNMENT   NATIONAL ASSEMBLY 2010 1.000  PARTICIPANTS   N  
  • 32. J   F   M   A   M   J   J   A   S   O   N   D  J   A   S   O   D   2011  2010   ELECTIONS   CONSTITUTIONAL ASSEMBLY N  
  • 33. F   M   A   M   J   J   A   S   O   N   D  J   A   S   O   D   2011  2010   BY THE SUPREME COURT ELECTIONS ARE VOIDED N   J  
  • 34. F   M   A   M   J   J   A   S   O   N   D  J   A   S   O   D   2011  2010   PARLIAMENT APPOINTS ELECTED MEMBERS TO CONSTITUTIONAL COUNCIL N   J   CONSTITUTIONAL COUNCIL STARTS ITS WORK CONSTITUTIONAL COUNCIL SUBMITS FINAL DRAFT TO PARLIAMENT
  • 35. NATIONAL ASSEMBLY WISDOM OF CROWDS  
  • 36. ORGANISER AND RESPONSIBILITY OF THE 2010 NATIONAL ASSEMBLY FOR THE GOVERNMENT OF ICELAND WWW.AGORA.IS
  • 37. DOWNLOADABLE HANDBOOK FULL TRANSPARENCY FREE TO USE HTTP://AGORA.IS/2011/03/NATIONAL-ASSEMBLY-FACILITATORS- HANDBOOK/
  • 38. hAp://j.mp/ChileReform     CHILE VISIONING HANDBOOK EXAMPLE  
  • 39. CAPTURING THE HEARTBEAT OF THE NATION'S CREATIVITY  
  • 40. MUTUAL TRUST
  • 41. AGORA  VISIONING     FLOW   DEMOCRATIC   CREATIVE  THINKING   INDEPENDENT  VIEWPOINTS   WELL  TRAINED  FACILITATORS   NEUTRAL  VIEW  OF  FACILITATORS   NO  SPEECHES  OR  SEEDING  OF  IDEAS   PARTICIPANTS  REPRESENT  JUST  THEMSELVES   DISCUSSIONS  TOPICS  ALL  DEFINED  BY  THE  FLOW   CHARACTERISTICS  
  • 42. MULTI-FACETED PICTURE OF REALITY AND ASPIRATIONS
  • 43. CORE  TECHNIQUE:  BRAINSTORMING   EQUAL RIGHT TO EXPRESS FREEDOM SIMPLE FORMAT SIMPLICITY
  • 44. EASY  TO  USE  TOOLS   VALUES,  INSPIRATION,  THE  WHY   IDEAS   THEMES   QUESTIONS   10:00   16:00  
  • 45. PARTICIPANTS   REPRESENT  NO  ONE  BUT  THEMSELVES   NO  NEED  TO  PREPARE  FOR  THE  SESSION   ENJOY  FREEDOM  
  • 46. FACILITATORS  ROLE   FOSTERING  DYNAMIC  BRAINSTORMING  AND  FREEDOM   MASTERS  OF  THE  FLOW   WELL  TRAINED   BRING  OUT  AS  MANY  VIEWPOINTS  AS  POSSIBLE   DEMONSTRATE  RESPECT    
  • 47. MASTER  OF  CEREMONIES.  RESPONSIBLE  FOR  THE   OVERALL  TIMING  AND  SYNC  OF  EACH  ZONE  MASTERS.   THE  MC  IS  FACILITATING  EACH  OF  THE  ZONE  MASTERS.   PARTICIPANTS.    1.000  PARTICIPANT  THAT  JUST   REPRESENT  THEMSELVES  AT  THE  VISIONING  EVENT.   FACILITATORS.    112  FACILITATORS,  EACH  FACILITATING  9   PARTICIPANTS  ON  ITS  TABLE.   ZONE  MASTERS.    8  ZONE  MASTERS,  EACH  HANDLING  14   FACILITATORS  WITHIN  ITS  ZONE.   RUNNERS.  FOR  EACH  ZONE  THERE  ARE  TWO  RUNNERS   THAT  HELPS  THE  ZONE  MASTERS  TO  COLLECT  MATERIAL   AND  FEED  THE  BACK-­‐OFFICE  DATA  CENTER.    
  • 48. PARTICIPANTS   FACILITATORS   ZONE  MASTERS   MASTER  OF  CEREMONIES   THE  ORGISTRATION  OF  FACILITATION  
  • 49. • Discuss  expectaons.  Build  trust.  INTRODUCTION   • Our  values  1ST  SESSION   • Our  vision  2ND  SESSION   • Categorizing  in  themes  and  uning  ideas  3TH  SESSION   • Specializaon  and  deepening  the  consensus  4TH  SESSION   • Vote  for  main  emphases  and  a  new  way  of  thinking  5TH  SESSION   • Vision  and  Mission  Statement  of  each  group  6TH  SESSION   • Conclusions  as  Key  Quesons  for  each  Topics  7TH  SESSION   SESSION  FLOW  OVERVIEW  
  • 50. The  objec)ves  of  this  session   are  twofold:  On  the  one  hand   to  find  out  what  visions  or   values  we  want  to  be  the   founda)on  of  a  new   cons)tu)on  and  on  the  other   hand  to  unite  the  par)cipants   from  the  beginning.     • Our  values  1ST  SESSION  
  • 51. COUNTRY AND NATION NATURE OF ICELAND,CONSERVATION ANDUTILISATION DIVISION OF POWER, RESPONSIBILITY AND TRANSPARENCY PEACE AND INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION DEMOCRACY JUSTICE, WELLBEING AND EQUALITY MORALITY HUMAN RIGHTS • Our  values  1ST  SESSION  
  • 52. COUNTRY AND NATIONNATURE OF ICELAND, CONSERVATION AND UTILISATION DIVISION OF POWER, RESPONSIBILITY AND TRANSPARENCY PEACE AND INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION DEMOCRACY JUSTICE, WELLBEING AND EQUALITY MORALITY HUMAN RIGHTS
  • 53. USED TO FILTER THE CRITICAL INPUT DOT VOTING
  • 54.     9 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 FACILITATOR CATEGORISING  IDEAS   The  facilitator  categorizes  while  the  parcipants  reflect  and  prepare   more  ideas.  The  facilitator  is  an  acve  listener  at  all  mes.   Take  care  to  have  a  good  work  space  when  categorizing  the  idea   cards.       Clear  the  table  regularly     in  order  to  make  space.     Unite  repeated  ideas.  
  • 55. THE  OUTPUT     A  SUMMARY  REPORT  +  STRUCTURED  DATASETS.       SUMMARY  REPORT  INCLUDES  AN  INTERACTIVE  MIND-­‐ MAP  THAT  MAKES  IT  EASY  TO  NAVIGATE  THE  VALUES,   VISION  AND  IDEAS.     STRUCTURED  DATASETS  INCLUDE  ALL  DATA  RELATIONS   ACCORDING  TO  THE  FLOW  OF  THE  ASSEMBLY.  THIS   MEANS  THAT  ALL  DATA  WILL  BE  RELATIONAL  AND  EACH   ENTRY  WILL  HAVE  ALL  ITS  RELEVANT  RAW  MATERIAL   INTERLINKED.    THE  DATA  CAN  BE  ACCESSED  VIA  RESTFUL   APIS  OR  SIMPLY  DOWNLOADED  IN  TEXT  OR  EXCEL   FORMAT.     OUTPUT   THEMES   IDEAS   VALUES  
  • 56. CONTINUED DIALOGUE
  • 57. NATIONAL  ASSEMBLY   2010   COUNTRY  AND     NATION     MORALITY   HUMAN  RIGHTS   JUSTICE,  WELLBEING     AND  EQUALITY       NATURE  OF  ICELAND,   CONSERVATION  AND   UTILISATION   DEMOCRACY   DIVISION  OF  POWER,   RESPONSIBILITY  AND   TRANSPARENCY   PEACE  AND   INTERNATIONAL   COOPERATION  
  • 58. THE  CONSTITUTION  IS  A  COVENANT  WHICH  ENSURES  SOVEREIGNTY  AND  INDEPENDENCE   FOR  ICELANDERS  AND  IS  WRITTEN  FOR  THE  PEOPLE  IN  THE  COUNTRY.  THE  ROLE  OF  THE   CONSTITUTION  IS  TO  GUARD  THE  ICELANDIC  LANGUAGE,  ITS  CULTURE  AND  THE  NATION’S   RESOURCES.  IT  SHOULD  BE  INTRODUCED  IN  SCHOOLS  AND  IT  MUST  BE  GUARANTEED  THAT   THE  PUBLIC  CAN  HAVE  A  SAY  IN  DECISIONS  REGARDING  NATIONAL  AFFAIRS.  THE  IMAGE  OF   ICELAND  SHALL  BE  STRENGTHENED,  MULTICULTURALISM  ENCOURAGED  AS  WELL  AS   SEPARATION  BETWEEN  STATE  AND  RELIGION.     COUNTRY  AND  NATION     Values  and  related  issues  regarding  the  independence  of  the  country,  culture   and  its  advantages  such  as  vision,  the  value  of  the  Icelandic  language  and  the   country’s  rural  areas.    
  • 59. THE  CONSTITUTION  SHALL  BE  BASED  ON  MORAL  VALUES.  THE  MORALITY  THEME  OF  THE   NEW  CONSTITUTION  SHALL  BE  RESPECT  FOR  HUMANS,  FREEDOM  OF  SPEECH  AND   CONSIDERATION.  AN  EMPHASIS  SHALL  BE  ON  THE  HONESTY  OF  ELECTED  REPRESENTATIVES,   PUBLIC  OFFICIALS,  LAWS  AND  LEGAL  ETHICS.    TO  STRENGTHEN  AND  IMPROVE  THE   MORALITY  OF  THE  NATION,  ETHICS  SHOULD  BE  TAUGHT  IN  THE  COUNTRY’S  SCHOOLS  AND   THE  SOCIAL  RESPONSIBILITY  OF  THE  PUBLIC  MUST  BE  INCREASED.  IN  ICELAND  A  CLEAR   FRAMEWORK  MUST  BE  SET  UP  BY  WHICH  THE  AUTHORITIES  MUST  WORK,  FOCUSING  ON   RESPECT,  RESPONSIBILITY  AND  DUTIES  TOWARDS  THE  COUNTRY'S  PEOPLE.     MORALITY     General  moral  values  without  special  connec)on  with  government  or  poli)cs   such  as  honesty,  respect,  responsibility,  tolerance,  jus)ce  and  sympathy.    
  • 60. EVERYONE  SHALL  ENJOY  HUMAN  RIGHTS  ACCORDING  TO  INTERNATIONAL  COVENANTS  ON   HUMAN  RIGHTS  THAT  ICELAND  HAS  PROMISED  TO  HONOUR,  SUCH  AS  FREEDOM  OF   SPEECH,  PERSONAL  PRIVACY,  RELIGIOUS  FREEDOM  AND  THE  RIGHT  OF  OWNERSHIP.   EQUALITY  SHALL  BE  GUARANTEED  BY  LAW  REGARDLESS  OF  GENDER,  RELIGION,   NATIONALITY,  RACE,  RESIDENCE  AND  SEXUAL  ORIENTATION.  EVERYONE  SHALL  HAVE  THE   SAME  OPPORTUNITY  FOR  EDUCATION,  HEALTH  CARE  AND  MINIMUM  ESSENTIALS  OF  LIVING.   EACH  VOTE  SHALL  HAVE  EQUAL  VALUE.     HUMAN  RIGHTS     Values  that  are  the  basis  or  go  hand  in  hand  with  accepted  human  rights  such   as  equality,  freedom  of  speech,  educa)on,  religious  freedom  and  right  of   ownership.    
  • 61. ALL  PERSONS  IN  THE  COUNTRY  SHALL  BE  ENSURED  A  DECENT  LIVELIHOOD  REGARDLESS  OF   GENDER,  RACE,  AGE,  RESIDENCE,  WORK,  NATIONALITY,  RELIGIOUS  BELIEF,  FINANCIAL   SITUATION,  HANDICAP,  SEXUAL  ORIENTATION  OR  OPINIONS.  EVERYONE  SHALL  HAVE  EQUAL   RIGHT  TO  MINIMUM  ESSENTIALS  OF  LIVING,  EDUCATION,  HEALTH  CARE  AND  SOCIAL   SERVICE.  EVERYONE  SHALL  HAVE  RIGHTS  TO  PENSION  BENEFITS.  THE  VALUE  OF  VOTES   SHALL  BE  EQUAL  AND  THE  PENAL  CODE  CLEAR.     JUSTICE,  WELLBEING  AND  EQUALITY     Values  and  related  issues  regarding  general  jus)ce,  wellbeing  and  equality  in   rela)on  to  educa)on,  health  and  essen)als  of  living  etc.    
  • 62. THE  NATURE  AND  THE  COUNTRY’S  NATURAL  RESOURCES  ARE  UNASSIGNABLE  PUBLIC   PROPERTIES  THAT  MUST  BE  PROTECTED,  USED  AND  UTILISED  SUSTAINABLY  IN  SUCH  A  WAY   THAT  PUBLIC  ACCESS  IS  ENSURED.    CLEAR  LAWS  MUST  BE  ENACTED  REGARDING  THE   NATION’S  OWNERSHIP  AND  UTILISATION  RIGHTS  OF  NATURAL  RESOURCES,  NATURE  AND   BIOSPHERE.  ICELANDIC  NATURE  AND  RESOURCES  MUST  BE  PROTECTED  TO  THE  BENEFIT  OF   FUTURE  GENERATIONS.     THE  NATURE  OF  ICELAND,   CONSERVATION  AND  UTILISATION   Values  and  related  issues  regarding  the  environment,  including  natural   resources,  such  as  conserva)on  of  the  environment  and  public  property.    
  • 63. ICELAND’S  DEMOCRACY  SHALL  BE  ACTIVE  AND  TRANSPARENT.  THE  VALUE  OF  VOTES  SHALL   BE  EQUAL  IN  ONE  CONSTITUENCY,  ELECTIONS  OF  INDIVIDUAL  CANDIDATES,  LIMITED  TIME   OF  MEMBERSHIP  OF  PARLIAMENT  AND  FEWER  MEMBERS  OF  PARLIAMENT.  THE   DEMOCRACY  SHALL  BE  BASED  ON  THE  TRIPLE  DIVISION  OF  POWER  AND  CLEAR  LAWS  ON   REFERENDUM  IN  IMPORTANT  ISSUES.  THE  APPOINTMENT  OF  JUDGES  SHALL  BE   RECONSIDERED.  ONLY  VOTERS  WITH  EQUAL  VOTING  VALUE  CAN  AMEND  THE   CONSTITUTION.     DEMOCRACY     Values  and  related  issues  of  any  kind  rela)ng  to  the  na)on’s  par)cipa)on  in   governing  the  country,  such  as  referendum  and  vo)ng  rights.  Also  values   related  to  prerequisites  for  democracy,  such  as  communica)on  of  informa)on.    
  • 64. THE  TRIPLE  DIVISION  OF  POWER  MUST  BE  GUARANTEED  WHERE  THE  ROLE  AND   RESPONSIBILITY  OF  THE  AUTHORITIES  IS  CLEAR.  MINISTERS  SHALL  NOT  SERVE  AS  MEMBERS   OF  PARLIAMENT  ALONG  WITH  THEIR  MINISTRY  POST.  THE  CONSTITUTION  SHOULD   GUARANTEE  TRANSPARENCY  AND  SUPERVISION  OF  THE  COUNTRY’S  ADMINISTRATION.   PROFESSIONAL  METHODS  SHALL  BE  USED  WHEN  RECRUITING  PEOPLE  FOR  THE   ADMINISTRATIONAL  POSITIONS.  THE  POWER  OF  THE  PRESIDENT  OF  ICELAND  SHALL  BE   RECONSIDERED  AND  A  DECISION  SHALL  BE  MADE  REGARDING  HIS  VETO.  THERE  SHOULD  BE   A  TIME  LIMIT  TO  THE  MEMBERSHIP  OF  PARLIAMENT.  THE  INDEPENDENCE  OF  THE  COURTS   SHALL  BE  GUARANTEED.   DIVISION  OF  POWER,  RESPONSIBILITY   AND  TRANSPARENCY     Values  and  related  issues  regarding  general  development  of  the  state  and  the   use  of  state  authority  such  as  division  of  power,  transparency  and  stability.  Also   values  (and  related  issues)  regarding  the  work  of  individual  ins)tu)ons  and  the   holders  of  state  authority  and  their  responsibility.  
  • 65. ICELAND  SHALL  BE  AN  INDEPENDENT  AND  SOVEREIGN  STATE  WHICH  EMPHASISES   COOPERATION  WITH  OTHER  NATIONS,  ESPECIALLY  IN  NORTHERN  REGIONS.  ICELAND  SHALL   BE  AN  ADVOCATE  OF  PEACE  AND  SHALL  ENGAGE  IN  INTERNATIONAL  COOPERATION  WITH   THAT  PURPOSE.  THE  SECURITY  OF  THE  COUNTRY  SHALL  BE  GUARANTEED.  ICELAND  SHALL   PARTICIPATE  IN  COOPERATION  IN  PROTECTING  NATURE,  SELF-­‐SUSTAINING  USE  OF  NATURAL   RESOURCES,  PROTECTION  OF  HUMAN  RIGHTS  AND  DEVELOPMENT  AID.    ICELAND  SHALL  BE   WITHOUT  AN  ARMY  AND  FREE  OF  NUCLEAR  ARMS.     PEACE  AND  INTERNATIONAL   COOPERATION     Values  and  related  issues  regarding  Iceland’s  posi)on  in  the  interna)onal   community,  such  as  security,  peace  and  impar)ality.    
  • 66. n Abde and he arrange o my re of scien e these and co pre-Socratic Philosopher born in Abdera in om one and the same material and he used the different concerning shape and arrangement. he symbol for idea, according to my research also has links to various fields of science e Minstry of Ideas are on. Where these paths ymbolic for the individual. for that reason the logo is light and colourful. GUDJON MAR GUDJONSSON | GUDJON@AGORA.IS | WWW.AGORA.IS