The current global health crisis shows an unprecedented interconnectedness of the human family. Moreover, it has fostered an unprecedented debate over the borders.
Networks and networks of networks are now debating about the “new normal” and are wondering if we really want to go back to the “old” normal.
It is strange. It seems that we needed such a traumatic event as a pandemic to really stop and think about our development model. We had already plenty of reasons to do so: the unsustainable inequalities, the unacceptable damages to our beautiful planet.
But it seems that we really needed to stop and think. To be forced to do so.
And here we are.
This series of debates was imagined well before the pandemic. A call for papers was put out in October 2020. And it looks like we are going timely to the point, to discuss a change which is necessary, to imagine new scenarios and new models for cooperation, sustainability, and resilience.
The next events in the series are going to focus even more on the needs, and on the awareness required to prioritize them.
Stay with us!
The link to the recording is here