Thursday 7th 2016 we hosted a workshop on ‘Thinkering Government’ during the Border Sessions festival in The Hague, a city hack to engage citizens in a dialogue about matters that concern us all. After a short plenary introduction by Rob Ruts, the participants were divided into two work groups, one hosted by Martine Zoeteman and one hosted by us. Our session focussed on using the ‘Zuiderpark’, one of the biggest parks in The Hague as a place to start a dialogue. The session yielded insightful and very useful ideas how to go about this.
For those of you who missed it: the aftermmovie of the Bordersessions 2013.
On the 14th of November we were invited to give a short presentation of our Paperboat project at the Bordersessions Festival in Den Haag, the Netherlands. This years edition was held in the Theater aan het Spui and in addition to our presentation our Paperboat was also on display in the lobby of the theatre.
Border Sessions 2013 sets the stage for thinkers researchers and entrepreneurs with compelling and critical stories that help us understand our new challenges and possibilities. Border Sessions is affiliated with the Crossing Border Festival that takes place in the same week.