Veranstaltung

9th International r3.0 Conference 2022

r3.0 is pleased to announce its 9th inter­na­tion­al con­fer­ence, con­ven­ing from the 6th to the 7th of Sep­tem­ber 2022 in a hybrid set­up (face-to-face in Ams­ter­dam and online), after two ful­ly online con­fer­ences in 2020 and 2021 due to the Covid-19 glob­al restric­tions. r3.0 has strate­gi­cal­ly placed its con­fer­ence right after the sum­mer break (in the North­ern Hemi­sphere), to help set a suf­fi­cient­ly ambi­tious tone for the fall/winter con­fer­ence sea­son – par­tic­u­lar­ly UN Cli­mate Week, the UN Gen­er­al Assem­bly and many oth­er con­fer­ences fol­low­ing in the months of Sep­tem­ber to December.

Each day of this two-day con­fer­ence will con­tain two 2‑hour Ple­nary Ses­sions, long enough to allow four to five keynote pre­sen­ta­tions fol­lowed by mod­er­at­ed dia­logue amongst the pan­el and with the audi­ence. The tech­nol­o­gy at Pakhuis de Zwi­jger in Ams­ter­dam allows for a seam­less inter­ac­tion with both parts of the audi­ence (in-per­son & online), facil­i­tat­ed by Bill Baue and Ralph Thurm from r3.0 and a sup­port team. Before, in-between, and after the two ses­sions of each day, there will be exten­sive net­work­ing oppor­tu­ni­ties for both audi­ences to interconnect.

The focal themes of the four Ple­nary ses­sions in this year’s Con­fer­ence reflect the pri­or­i­ties r3.0 pur­sue in col­lab­o­ra­tion with their broad com­mu­ni­ty of Partners.

  • Ple­nary One – Tran­scend­ing Incre­men­tal­ism: Human­i­ty faces mul­ti­ple crises that now require sys­temic trans­for­ma­tion to a Sys­tem Val­ue Econ­o­my that pri­or­i­tizes well­be­ing for all life. Empir­i­cal evi­dence – and com­mon sense – make it clear that incre­men­tal shifts with­in the exist­ing dys­func­tion­al Mono­cap­i­tal­ist econ­o­my are insuf­fi­cient. This ses­sion focus­es on build­ing on and hon­or­ing the suc­cess­es of incre­men­tal efforts while simul­ta­ne­ous­ly tran­scend­ing them with more inspir­ing and nec­es­sary ambi­tion and prac­tice. The speak­ers include key play­ers par­tic­i­pat­ing in r3.0’s 5‑pronged Tran­scend­ing Incre­men­tal­ism cam­paign.
  • Ple­nary Two – Fund­ing Gov­er­nance for Sys­temic Trans­for­ma­tion: Cur­rent fund­ing infra­struc­ture “talks” sys­tem change, but “walks” the sta­tus quo when it comes to its gov­er­nance – which influ­ences (and even repli­cates itself in) the gov­er­nance of fund­ed orga­ni­za­tions and projects. Excit­ing exper­i­men­ta­tion is hap­pen­ing on the mar­gins, where new forms of gov­er­nance (includ­ing blockchain / dis­trib­uted autonomous orga­ni­za­tions and Socioc­ra­cy) are cre­at­ing new paths of resource flow. This ses­sion fea­tures speak­ers par­tic­i­pat­ing in the r3.0 Fund­ing Gov­er­nance for Sys­temic Trans­for­ma­tion Blue­print, which is doc­u­ment­ing this inno­va­tion through case stud­ies and action learning.
  • Ple­nary Three – Edu­ca­tion for Regen­er­a­tion: Edu­ca­tion requires con­tin­u­al regen­er­a­tion of knowl­edge, inclu­sive of sources and ways of know­ing that have been over­looked. This ses­sion focus­es on widen­ing the aper­ture of tra­di­tion­al edu­ca­tion to inte­grate Ecofem­i­nist, Biore­gion­al, Indige­nous, and Anti-Racist per­spec­tives that will be the focus of this ses­sion. Build­ing on last year’s release of the Edu­ca­tion­al Trans­for­ma­tion Blue­print, r3.0 is updat­ing its Trans­for­ma­tion Jour­ney Pro­gram cur­ricu­lum (deliv­ered face-to-face and online) with more diverse perspectives.
  • Ple­nary Four – The Deci­sive Decades: Look­ing Back, Look­ing Ahead: 2012 was a year of promise in sus­tain­abil­i­ty, with the appear­ance of the Dough­nut, the launch of the Sus­tain­abil­i­ty Account­ing Stan­dards Board (SASB) and Inter­na­tion­al Inte­grat­ed Report­ing Coun­cil (IIRC) and the fourth gen­er­a­tion of the Glob­al Report­ing Ini­tia­tive (GRI) Sus­tain­abil­i­ty Report­ing Guide­lines. To what degree has the field deliv­ered on this promise? Or squan­dered oppor­tu­ni­ties? Per­haps more impor­tant­ly, where do we find our­selves now, and what can we learn from the past to guide us into the nec­es­sary trans­for­ma­tions of the com­ing decade? This ses­sion fea­tures speak­ers who have played key roles in past r3.0 Con­fer­ences over our inau­gur­al decade, dis­till­ing learn­ings from past tri­umphs and fail­ures as a means of guid­ing us into the future.

After two ful­ly online con­fer­ences in 2020 and 2021 due to the Covid-19 glob­al restric­tions, r3.0 is retain­ing the ben­e­fits of vir­tu­al con­ven­ings (reduced green­house gas impact; increased geo­graph­ic reach, etc…) while also tak­ing advan­tage of the oppor­tu­ni­ty to return to face-to-face inter­ac­tion by host­ing a Hybrid Conference.

r3.0 strate­gi­cal­ly sched­ules our Con­fer­ence right after the sum­mer break (in the North­ern Hemi­sphere) to help set a suf­fi­cient­ly ambi­tious tone for the fall con­fer­ence sea­son – par­tic­u­lar­ly UN Cli­mate Week, the UN Gen­er­al Assem­bly and many oth­er con­fer­ences fol­low­ing in the months of Sep­tem­ber to December.

For more infor­ma­tion and in order to reg­is­ter for the con­fer­ence, please visit:
www.conference2022.r3‑0.org

 

 


Veranstalter

r3.0

Format

Konferenz

Datum

06. - 07. September 2022

Uhrzeit

Den ganzen Tag

Ort

Pakhuis de Zwijger
Pakhuis de Zwijger, Amsterdam, The Netherlands