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Narratives for Policy and Risk

Activity: Participating in or organising an event typesParticipation in workshop, seminar, course

25/09/2019

A one day symposium exploring the value of narrative in collaborative and interdisciplinary anticipation and futures research. Co-organised and convened by DSTL, the Institute for Social Futures, Lancaster University, and the University of Bristol, this workshop was organised to bridge the academic, policy, and practice worlds. Aims:

• To bring together academic and government/practice stakeholders using narrative and creative practice in their anticipatory/futures thinking/work.

• To bring together academic and government/practice stakeholders to explore best practice in this collaborative process.

• To explore assumptions, expectations, and modes of communication between/across academic, policy, and practice worlds.

• To design a creative futures exercise to be run with international delegates at the next Global Strategic Trends Conference.

• To allow space and opportunity for conversation, collaboration, and ideas.

Event (Symposium)

TitleNarratives for Policy and Risk
Date25/09/1925/09/19
LocationUniversity of Bristol
CityBristol
CountryUnited Kingdom
Degree of recognitionNational event