The Future of Government 2030+. A Citizen Centric Perspective on New Government Models - Here final projects

 

Results of the project  “The Future of Government 2030+” are now published online on the official website of the EU Policy Lab, the internal unit of EU Commission Joint Research Centre (JRC), which promotes the project as part of their activities about design for policy.

These design concepts emerged from the work developed between May and July 2018, in which the Service Design Master of POLI.Design, selected with other six European design schools and universities, developed ideas and scenarios together with students of Politecnico di Milano, in order to generate ideas and prototypes that aim to understand how the relationships among citizens, businesses and governments will change in the future.

A new stage of the project is now starting: until 20 January 2019 design concepts can be commented online by accessing and registering on the official website of EU Policy Lab (at this link: https://blogs.ec.europa.eu/eupolicylab/futurgov under Design Concepts).

Those that will enable the best online conversations (in terms of quantity and quality of comments received) will be invited to the high-level event on the Future of Government in Brussels in the European Parliament in early 2019, where one member for each team will have the opportunity to pitch the ideas on the European level and participate in discussions with high level panellists.

 


 

The Future of Government 2030+. A Citizen Centric Perspective on New Government Models - How to project the relationships among citizens, businesses and governments

 

The Service Design Specializing Master of POLI.design and POLI.design has been selected as partner to the project “The Future of Government 2030+. A Citizen Centric Perspective on New Government Models”.

It’s an initiative promoted by EU Policy Lab, an internal unit of EU Commission Joint Research Centre (JRC), which focuses on experimental approaches to EU policymaking, as design for policy.

In the next stage, six design schools will run different initiatives in order to generate ideas and prototypes that aim to understand how the relationships among citizens, businesses and governments will change in the future.

In this framework, the Service Design Specializing Master will particularly focus on how individuals/communities could shape new forms of governance, thus rethinking the role of citizens/citizenship and the related services. The first part of these activities will be held at Polifactory (from 17th to 19th May). Then, concepts will be furthermore refined together with the Board’s members at POLI.Design and exhibited in Brussels during next October.

More informations on EU Policy Lab.

 
 
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