A CLOSER LOOK

 
6. August 2021

The EUSG Vorkurs

European School of Governance, course description, Vorkurs 2021 “Tradition does not mean to look after the ash,but to keep the flame alive.”Jean Jaures   […]
6. August 2021

The EUSG Governance Masterclass

European School of Governance, course description, Governance Masterclass 2021 ​​“A primary object should be the education of our youth in the science of government.In […]
19. June 2021

Beyond the magic – growing our understanding of societal metamorphosis

Governance needs IT and IT needs governance. If we find favourable solutions to this equation, we gain a strong ally for meeting the challenges of the Anthropocene in the 21st century, both the ecological ones as well as the political ones. Neither AI nor the famous block-chain will deliver the desirable ground-breaking changes – rethinking governance does.
20. April 2021

Realising mind shift – learning from the legendary Bauhaus Vorkurs

  European School of Governance, position paper #155 (18.4.2021) by Bernhard Vierling and Louis Klein   The Bauhaus Art School (1919 – 1933) became […]
11. March 2021

Trusting Community-based Learning Ecosystems

European School of Governance, position paper #25  by Louis Klein   Community-based learning ecosystems lie at the very heart of our understanding of the […]
10. December 2020

Governing Digitality

  European School of Governance, position paper #11 by Louis Klein   Governance needs IT and IT needs governance. If we find favourable solutions […]
18. November 2020

The Square, the Tower, and the Circle

– The Blind Spot in the Stewardship of Locally Led Systems Change Networks European School of Governance, position paper #28  by Pedro Portela and […]
17. November 2020

Values: Our Hidden Governors

European School of Governance, position paper #64  by Dr. Claudio Weiss The other day while driving the car, the radio suddenly played the old […]
25. February 2020

Oneness – the Holy Grail for governing the Anthropocene?

European School of Governance, position paper #141  by Dr. Björn Pospiech On the search for another aspect, another idea and concept that should be […]
25. February 2020

Engaging digital transformation: Doing nothing is not an option

European School of Governance, position paper #140  by Prof. Dr. Michael von Kutzschenbach. Over the past few decades, rapid technological development has resulted in […]
4. November 2019

The three crises of humankind – The Planet’s Choir

European School of Governance, position paper #139  by Julia Hayden. Climate change is not the crisis, it’s a symptom. The three crises of the […]
30. August 2019

Not Renouncement – but Rediscovering our Body

– The capability of being in resonance as a starting point for change European School of Governance, position paper #76 by Doris Bergmann “Our future […]
31. May 2019

Critical Spirituality – Collective Development

European School of Governance, position paper #86  by Julia Hayden and Louis Klein. Here we are, in the age of the Anthropocene. Here we […]
21. May 2019

Four ways of knowing

European School of Governance, position paper #55  by Raghav Rajagopalan. Reminiscing As a child, I grew up in a large community of scientists where […]
16. May 2019

Anthropocene Arts – beyond Higgs

European School of Governance, position paper #121  by Bernhard Vierling To this day, the impact of humankind on Earth has been influenced and encouraged […]
22. September 2018

Venturing Anthropocene Thinking

European School of Governance, position paper #22  by Louis Klein. If governing the Anthropocene is the challenge, Anthropocene thinking is the condition for any […]
16. June 2018

Cultural medicine balances Big Data by connecting humanities, arts, visual technologies, ancient wisdom, and science

European School of Governance, position paper #101 by Jochen Büchel. In this era of Big Data, there is an increasing demand for technologies to […]
16. June 2018

Governing the serious games of society

European School of Governance, position paper #12  by Louis Klein. We are inescapably thrown into a world of games. Civilisation is a matter of […]