“MINERALS STAGE ”
"KNOWLEDGE, HUMAN RESEARCH & ARCHEOLOGY"
15th and 16th of June
2 days to prepare engagement of Academic institutions for the next decade of Action.
Researchers from more than 800 hundred universities arround the world will pave the way of new research and teaching to develop knowledge and skills needed to achieve the United Nations Sustainable Developement Goals (SDGs).
1 artistic intervention
1 scientific intervention
1 spiritual testimony
1 practical testimony,
1 reflection in sub-groups
1 synthesis with tracks for research and action (1 rapporteur / memory keeper / "crystals")
2h30 or 3h, 1 long break between noon and 2 to recharge, meet, share.
Monday June 15 "Matrix"
8:30 am - Coffee reception
9h - 12h am - Morning : "The wave and the field: water and space-time"
Animation: Célia Marie , or Charles-Maxence
Jacques Collin (water)
Olivier Chambon (quantum physics)
Philippe Guillemant (space-time and power of attention and intention)
Maryvonne Pietri (collective intelligence)
Jaime del Val (disalienate by movement)
Elizabeth Vasselin (matrix thinking)
Dominique Lussan (Monroe Institute)
12:00 to 3:00 p.m - Lunch
3: 00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. - Afternoon “patterns and particles: technologies and ethics”
Animation: Stefan Sorgner
Barbara Belvisi (interstellar lab)
CNES (OpenSpaceMakers Federation)
Francesca Ferrando (posthumanism and interspecies art)
Antoine Brachet (civic tech)
Pierre Giorgini (making desirable futures)
May East (Gaïa Education, ODD)
Esperide Pineapple (selfica and internal senses)
Elizabeth Vasselin (defying death by reconnecting to her splendor)
7:00 p.m. - 8:30 p.m - Dinner
9:00 p.m. - 10:30 p.m. - Evening "death at the heart of life"
Extract from Valérie Seguin's film "What if there was no death?" "And sharing of the director Mathieu Ricard or Alexandre Jolien : die and be reborn at every moment
Charlotte de Silguy: the chrysalis effect
Leina Sato: the message of the dolphins
Tuesday June 16 "Society"
8:30 am - Morning "flows: money, economy, ecology" 9h - 12h
Animation: Pierre Monnier
Patrick Viveret (currency, basic income and citizenship),
Jonathan Normand (B corp - SDGs toward a virtuous organizations label)
Tomas Bjorkman (connecting finance and heart, action and joy)
Philippe Lemoine (networks, corporations)
Chrystelle Roger (biomimicry, digital, defense and space)
Macaco (GEN, EDE)
12:00 to 3:00 p.m. - Lunch
3:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.- Afternoon : "circuits: science and politics"
Animation: Célia Marie
Bruno Latour (towards a scientific Earth policy, the productive analysis of living areas)
Philippe Guillemant (life at the heart of research and research at the heart of life)
Mambrini-Doudet (generic epistemologies for sciences serving field action),
Flora Bernard (philosophy for use by leaders and organizations)
Pascal Canfin (Europe, a place to grab)
Anne Hidalgo (the city, a world at hand)
Carine Dartiguepeyrou (future transformations: public and private, past, present and future, cultures and values)
Anaconda (communication at the heart of the community)
7:00 p.m. - 8:30 p.m- Dinner
9:00 p.m. - 10:30 p.m. - Evening: "madness and genius, beyond good and evil"
Interlude at the piano: Camille Provent
Extract from the film “A bigger world” or “Out of the norms”
Dominique Dubois: sound geometries of the soul, men and women in discovery
Cynthia Fleury: reason with the hospital To do away with the penitentiary institution.