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Stories on loneliness in Amsterdam

Stories on loneliness in Amsterdam

Amsterdam wants to reduce loneliness in the city. All kinds of organisations and people in area have launched experiments to learn with and from each other how we can improve this. The experiments started in the summer of 2017, so that the lessons could be shared with...

Wageningen Dialogues: science in dialogue with society

Wageningen Dialogues: science in dialogue with society

How will we feed ten billion mouths in the future, looking out for nature and animal welfare? How do we accelerate the energy transition? Scientists from Wageningen University & Research work on complex social challenges. The Wageningen Dialogues program stimulates dialogue with society. Perspectivity has been supporting the development of the program since 2017.

Transforming the future of Dutch development cooperation

Transforming the future of Dutch development cooperation

Adapt, Counteract or Transform: ACT To be(come) resilient and adequately flexible towards the future, Partos - the Dutch membership organisation for development cooperation - initiated a transformative scenario planning process. Together with a cross-section of...

Can I hear you? Activism for Peace and Security in Libya

Can I hear you? Activism for Peace and Security in Libya

Imagine you are an activist and want to contribute to peace in your country Libya: what do you do when you sit in a room full of people who want to achieve the same but have different opinions about how to get there? Perspectivity was requested to facilitate a...

Redesigning the social domain in Wageningen

Redesigning the social domain in Wageningen

To redesign the social domain, with all stakeholders who are active in the city of Wageningen? A challenge! Especially to do this in a good way, in a period of three months. Collaboration structures The plans of four collaborative structures are almost done. Plans to...

Meetings that Matter @Oikocredit

Meetings that Matter @Oikocredit

In organisations that are constantly in flux and where (almost) everything influences each other, regular alignment is crucial. But are all those hours spent in meeting rooms really that productive? Are we talking about the things that really matter? Does this lead to...

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