Collective intelligence and digital skills as drivers for empowerment
International seminar of the Millennia2025 Women and Innovation Foundation
Namur, The Destree Institute and Circle of Wallonia,
Tuesday 8 October 2019
Structure of your contribution to digintelles 2019
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1. Definition of the issue
Define and explain your conception of collective intelligence and digital skills on the basis of the context (country, region, community, ...) in which you contribute or benefit from it.
2. Retrospective assessment
How have collective intelligence and digital skills influenced - or not - the talents and empowerment of women in the last 10 years in your life or work context?
3. Actual issues
What is the impact of collective intelligence and digital skills on the day-to-day life of women and youth in your country, region or community, as well as their participation in current developments and progress?
4. Uncertainty and discontinuities
To what extent can the cultural contexts in which collective intelligence and digital skills act slow down or even block the process of women's empowerment and their active contribution to building desirable futures?
5. Possible assumptions for next 10 years
How will collective intelligence, associated or not with digital skills, change the advancement of talents, empowerment, equality and employment in your society in 2025 or 2030, especially in the context of the Sustainable Development Goals?
6. Emerging issues
What are the emerging issues of collective intelligence and digital skills for women and the younger generations? What do they have to lose or to gain in their context?
7. Concrete proposals
Give concrete proposals showing the importance of taking into account collective intelligence and digital skills in the hypotheses or alternatives of the future.
Why should collective intelligences and digital skills be prioritized in future alternatives or hypotheses?
8. Sources, bibliography and links
List the sources of the information you present, bibliography, useful links.
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