The workshop welcomes short contributed talks (10 min) that may offer stimuli for discussion, namely by:
raising key theoretical questions regarding the theme of modes of thinking (in) complexity;
presenting projects related to modes of thinking;
presenting tools and resources for practice informed by particular modes of thinking)
It invites researchers and academics with different disciplinary backgrounds as well as practitioners, policy-makers, community-leaders, educators, artists or other participants interested in the theme to engage in a dynamic process of building collaborative dialogues aimed at opening new theoretical, methodological and practical spaces for innovation.
Contributed talks will be welcomed that add new perspectives, raise questions or share experiences that can stimulate further discussion.
Please note that presenting authors will be required to participate in the entire workshop.