book_Society30A new order is presenting itself. It may still be an undercurrent, but maybe that is the best way to grow. We see more and more people who have clearly chosen how they want to go about with themselves, their environment and other people. We call it Society 3.0!

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SPECIAL: World Forum for Democracy

“Democracy Doesn’t Need Another Journal Article”

Even if we all agreed that democracy needs to be rebooted, only writing journal articles about possible innovations and improvements is not enough. New ways need to be practiced to find out if they are realistic, applicable, and ready to be implemented on a larger scale. That’s what the NewDemocracy Foundation is currently doing in Australia.

What Is The Line? – Interview With Ioannis Dimitrakopoulos

Before the interview we had an eye opening presentation on the rights of the child in Europe. One thing became clear, different countries have different opinions and different judges have different opinions.


Building A Crowdsourced Open Source IoT Network In 6 Weeks

At the European Crowdsourcing Week in Brussels Martijn Arets talked to Wienke Giezeman: co-founder of The Things Network.

Closing The Gap Between Technology And Society

At Seats2Meet Utrecht Martijn Arets interviewed Jurjen de Vries, initiator of the Permanent Future Lab.


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