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LIFT workshop video: I remember voting for the first time at the age of 16 in 2025 by Jean-Henry Morin

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I remember voting for the first time at the age of 16 in 2025 by Jean-Henry Morin

We are after 2025, the society has been completely “servitized” (service economy) and most if not all interactions are now dematerialized. The e-Government existed when you were born and you grew up in an e-Democracy. You, as a concerned citizen, remember voting for the first time in 2025. You were then 16 years old.

During this workshop you will be asked, based on a short context description to choose among three types of society / government evolution models. A “free-enterprise” model, a “good big-brother” model and a “smooth continuity” model where things evolved in a rather linear way since the early 21st century. Should you have another idea for a model not mentioned above, bring it along and we’ll allocate a fourth “wild card” group by vote among the participants for the one gathering the most interest.

Groups will be asked to creatively think about what, why and how they voted at that time in order to propose a single most important high impact trend or idea as output of their discussions.

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