25 June 2021
'People need People' is an online exercise that encourages a group to make better sense of complexity. It recognises and attends to the interdependence of different perspectives and contexts and produces collaborative systemic responses to local and global needs.
It is based on the concept of 'Warm Data' and combines high level systems theory (by Gregory Bateson) with practical and personal experience. It allows participants a sense-making experience within the questions around 'what is food'. It helps groups to strengthen their individual and collective capacity to perceive, understand and work with complex issues.
The 'People need People' will be part of the EurSafe2021 programme to facilitate exhange and reflection on the topics and talks of the conference, as well as ideas and impressions arising. It will take place on Friday, 25.06. at 17h.
Organizors: Franziska Gaupp, Thomas Schinko
Contact: Franziska Gaupp, franziska[at]eatforum.org
Last edited: 22 June 2021
Acting Research Group Leader and Research Scholar Equity and Justice Research Group - Population and Just Societies Program
Guest Research Scholar Equity and Justice Research Group - Population and Just Societies Program
Sperling, F., Havlik, P. , Denis, M., Valin, H. , Palazzo, A. , Gaupp, F., & Visconti, P. (2020). Transformations within reach: Pathways to a sustainable and resilient world - Resilient Food Systems. IIASA Report. IIASA-ISC
Naqvi, A. , Gaupp, F., & Hochrainer-Stigler, S. (2020). The risk and consequences of multiple breadbasket failures: an integrated copula and multilayer agent-based modeling approach. OR Spectrum 42 (3), 727-754. 10.1007/s00291-020-00574-0.
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