ENCATC Breakfast relaunches in 2021 with a new series on overcoming crisis
The Coronavirus crisis has painfully exposed the major flaws of our time, be they health, ecological, economic, societal or ethical. Are we doomed to silence, inertia, fatalism? The Lussato Fedier Institute, in partnership with ENCATC, has decided to react by offering forward-looking solutions to emerge stronger from the crisis.
In the framework of the ENCATC Breakfast, the series entitled "Facing Crisis: Engaging the Metamorphoses of Tomorrow" includes four learning opportunities in French or English with leading experts who will share their knowledge to understand the complexity of current issues plus innovative ideas to inspire how to transcend the crisis and new visions to offer.
Registration is open for the first in the series on 23 February 2021 about « Comment sortir plus fort de la crise ? ». It will be in French with renowned expert Jean Staune, Philosopher of science and essayist, founder of the Interdisciplinary University of Paris. This Breakfast is open to members of ENCATC and the Bruno Lussato institute as well as anyone interested in the topic.
The ENCATC Breakfast calendar will then follow as:
- "China and the great changes to come" on 24 March 2021, 9:00 - 10:30 (CET) in English with speaker Guy-Olivier Faure, Professor of International Negotiation at the Sorbonne
- « Une nouvelle pédagogie » on 28 April 2021, 9:00-10:30 (CET) in French with speaker Philippe Bobola, Doctor in chemistry-physics, biologist and anthropologist
- « Intelligence artificielle et liberté individuelle » on 27 May 2021, 9:00 - 10:30 (CET) in French with speaker Jean Staune, Philosopher of science and essayist, founder of the Interdisciplinary University of Paris
Usually reserved for members of the Bruno Lussato Institute and members of ENCATC, it may be possible to join as an observer. The ENCATC Breakfasts will take place on their date from 9:30-10:30 (CET) and require a 15 EUR (+ a 1.92 administration fee) to register.