On day two, we continued our exchange with workshops, cross talks and the City Picnic. In total, there were 21 workshops, divided into three rounds. Each round dealt with the transition from a different angle: the first round was about the different sectors (What are citizens and governments doing differently in the different sectors?), the second round was about the used methodology (What methods are used to realize social and democratic change?) and the third and final round dealt with the ways in which the system is challenged by the initiatives (What is necessary for structural change?).
Each workshop is built on the practices and dilemmas of two initiatives. These became the starting point for discussion and knowledge exchange. Each workshop took about 90 minutes and was hosted only once.
So take the opportunity to read the different summary reports of the workshops of Borders to Cross (in the table below) or download your workshop reports of choice. You can also download the complete overview and summary reports here.
Summary reports workshops