It’s about time

OUISHARE FEST 2021

Three days to embark on a long-term journey.

23-25 June,

somewhere in the Greater Paris

The permanent state of emergency forces us to react instantly, instead of thinking long-term.

Health, ecological, social, financial: our world is in perpetual crisis. The consequences of this loss of horizon: inequalities are increasing, we’re losing our sense of solidarity and the planet is dying.

A three days physical event: It’s about time!

Through discussions and shared experiences between thinkers, decision-makers and do-ers, Ouishare Fest offers to take back the control of time and find the right rhythm.

Three days to shift the “course of history”.

Three days to reorient, organize and act.

Three days to embark on a long-term journey:
it’s about time!

Our first speakers

Bianca Wylie

#politics #tech #opengov #civictech

Open government advocate, co-founder of Tech Reset Canada and Digital Public.

Bianca Wylie

#politics #tech #opengov #civictech

Open government advocate, co-founder of Tech Reset Canada and Digital Public.

Bianca Wylie

#politics #tech #opengov #civictech

Open government advocate, co-founder of Tech Reset Canada and Digital Public.

Bianca Wylie

#politics #tech #opengov #civictech

Open government advocate, co-founder of Tech Reset Canada and Digital Public.

Bianca Wylie

#politics #tech #opengov #civictech

Open government advocate, co-founder of Tech Reset Canada and Digital Public.

Bianca Wylie

#politics #tech #opengov #civictech

Open government advocate, co-founder of Tech Reset Canada and Digital Public.

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It’s all about community

The fest is open and p2p, everyone is welcome to participate and contribute to the content and the organisation.

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Want to suggest a speaker? Organize a workshop? Have a specific topic you want to address during the fest?

VOLUNTEER

We are always looking for people willing to give us a hand during the Fest.

MEET

Just want to meet other participants, discuss of random topics and ask the Team questions?

Intervalle #3

This session, we’re exploring the relationship between environment and law with our partner Looksha(rp).

25 March – 1.30pm (Paris Time)

Intervalle #4

This session, we’re exploring the relationship between time and digital practice.

25 March – 1.30pm (Paris Time)

The Fest has already begun

We are organising small events, online and physical, called Intervalles.

Consider attending!

And if you missed the previous events

Here’s a catch-up

Do you read the magazine?

We’re regularly publish articles and interviews about our core topics on the Ouishare Magazine, here’s a selection.

Long live long termism!

INTERVIEW with Nicholas Paul Brysiewicz. According to the Long Now Foundation, we need to think long-term, because some issues are bigger than us and concern our whole civilization. Not the next election cycle, not even our lifetime, but the next 10.000 years ahead of us.

Des IA et des Hommes

 

ENTRETIEN avec Paola Tubaro. Santé, alimentation, travail, etc. Il n’est pas un domaine dans lequel l’IA n’est pas présentée comme la grande révolution à venir. Derrière le fantasme d’une forme nouvelle et inédite d’intelligence automatique se cachent pourtant, en coulisses, des jeux d’acteurs et de pouvoir sur fond de travail dissimulé. La chercheuse Paola Tubaro nous en dit plus sur ces travailleurs de l’ombre sans lesquels toute “Intelligence artificielle” serait en incapacité de fonctionner.

Think long term, act short term

INTERVIEW with Roman Krznaric. The 21st century seems incapable of thinking long term. The longest time frame we can think of is perhaps 2050. In his book The Good Ancestor, philosopher Roman Krznaric calls us to embrace long term thinking. But what does it take to develop this « legacy mindset » ? Explanations.

Pourquoi la sociologie des organisations dérange les dirigeants d’entreprises

ENTRETIEN avec François Dupuy. Engagement des collaborateurs, leadership, entreprise libérée, organisation horizontale, modèle Opale, entreprise fertile… sur linkedin ou dans les livres, les recettes pour un nouveau modèle d’organisation prolifèrent quotidiennement. Leurs auteurs cherchent à nous donner les ingrédients de l’avenir du management. Mais que vaut cette cuisine qu’on appelle parfois les “sciences managériales” ? Qu’apportent-elles à notre capacité à organiser l’action collective ?

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