Festival of Innovative Thoughts: Future Jamboree

Festival of Innovative Thoughts: Future Jamboree

Deadline: 17 July 2016
Open to: change-makers, innovators and activists
Venue: 15 – 17 October in Wroclaw, Poland

Description

Future Jamboree is ambitious festival of innovative thought and practice exchange connected to the theme of cities. The Goal this festival is to bring inspiring change-makers, innovators and activists from all over the world and exchange experiences in struggles for urban development that is just and promotes social inclusion. Festival to become a platform on which people exchange not only idea but also specific organizational efforts, tools, strategies and designs to make their cities a better place.

Open Space Technology has been used as a method of self-and bottom up organization for meetings between 5-2,100 people. Open Space gatherings have no up-front agendas – the topics and specific times for discussion are provided by the participants within the first 90 minutes of the unconference. As a participant, you will be able to name the topic and lead the group discussion.

Eligibility

Change-makers, activists and innovation leaders who are passionate about transforming this world’s cities.

Costs

  • There is no participation fee;
  • You have a possibility to apply for both travel and hosting grants as well!

How to apply?

If you want to be a part of the festival, check this online application form.

For more information, please visit the official website.

 

3 aylıq tam praktiki və zəmanətli dil proqramları:

1. “Young Business Factory” – “Professional IELTS”

2. “Young Business Factory” – “Professional English Course”

3. “Young Business Factory” – “Professional Rus dili”

4. “Young Business Factory – “Professional Alman dili” 


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