v Millennia2025 digintelles: an innovative foresight exercise to enhance the human being with digital tools
The aim of digintelles is to gather personalities and heads of networks working in these fields, to collect their contribution, to analyse their propositions together, to define the concrete action plans, the resources and the networks to mobilize in productive collaboration.
The memorandums and resolutions will be produced and presented on the interactive website www.millennia2025-foundation.org, in French and in English. Specific digintelles sessions will be organised in the participant's regions to build the next Millennia2025 Foundation international conference, at the United Nations with UN Women in 2025.
The final objective will be to present, implement and promote the results of Millennia2025 in order to mobilize the political and economic leaders against violence, for women's empowerment and equality, within the framework of five UN Sustainable Development Goals identified within the Millennia2025 Strategic Axes:
> 3 = Health,
> 4 = Education,
> 5 = Equality,
> 6 = Justice and
> 8 = Economic leadership.
v Structure of your contribution to Millennia2025 digintelles
Millennia2025 digintelles invites you to answer to 7+1 questions online, in order to let us understand the configuration of collective intelligence and digital skills in your region: www.millennia2025-foundation.org/votre-contribution_en.html.
This survey will remain open to allow you to spread this call to your networks.
Contribute, invite your colleagues, your students, your associations to answer!
All your contributions will be taken into account and analyzed to better understand how to benefit from collective intelligences and develop digital skills as drivers for new generations!
All your references and suggestions will complete our research.
We invite you to answer to the 7+1 questions
by e-mail to <digintelles [at] millennia2025-foundation.org> or
Millennia2025 Women and Innovation Foundation
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