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E-Motive Day 2015
Transcript of E-Motive Day 2015
E-MOTIVE DAY 2015
THE COLOUR KITCHEN, UTRECHT
PLAY THE GAME.
CHANGE THE GAME!
How do you become and stay a game-changer?
PLAY AND CHANGE
A reaction from Vegt & Frabsnab, the gamemakers from the E-Motive Day 2015 who did a wonderful job by designing this game:
"We had an amazing time at E-Motive day 2015! Thank you players for making up rules that encouraged random acts of kindness during the day. Thank you for all the awesome encounters you guys made possible with your rules. Thank you Rulers of Rularia! You RULED!"
Watch the video:
WORKSHOPS FOCUSED ON ACQUIRING NEW EXPERIENCES:
Read more (in Dutch):
LUNCH AND NETWORKING
What rules do societies have? How do these rules suit developments in societies? Do they contribute to solving social issues? Or do they throw up barriers to innovation and transformation? In other words: it is time for game changers!
Surprising and interesting people exchanging local solution to global issues
Thank you for watching!
PLAY THE GAME.
CHANGE THE GAME!
Visit our website: http://emotiveprogram.org
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Jeske Kort, Driss Kaamouchi, Luc Opdebeeck,
Agnes Goldenbeld, Christine Carabain,
Edo van der Kuur & Saar Franken, Katrien van 't Hooft, Marie-Cecile Widdershoven, Britta Lassen,
Celestine Mugisha, Emmanuel Oluka, Emer Beamer, Kars Alfink, Lino Hellings, Tabo Goudswaard,
Niki Smit, Javier Fernandez, Anouk Poll, Renate Breuls, Christine Kuiper, Saskia van Grinsven,
Nicolas Martin Jimenez, Yvette Jeuken,
Celestine Mugisha, Emmanuel Oluka, Jan Hoek, Edward de Boer, Jaap Warmenhoven, Quino Aguilar, Kiko Aguilera, Jairi Terpstra, Kiran Shriemisier,
Frans Soeterbroek, Saskia Moerbeek, Kars Alfrink
> Thank you all for this day!!
> Thank you for a great day!
> Thank you for the inspirational day!
> Thank you for the wonderful day!
> Thanks you and please continue!!
> It was really wonderful, my questions, requests for aid were totally heard and met. Well done!
> It would be nice to have more time to share, participate and learn. Only one day is short.
> Keep up the good work. I'll be back next year, for sure!
> Nice initiative, keep up the good work!
> About artistic interventions (Tabo and Lino). VERY inspiring.
> Artistique approach.
> I enjoyed very much Luc Opdebeec's workshop: it addressed both spirit and body,
intellect and senses.
> I found the inspirational talks of the people from Uganda and the designers very
> Lino Hellings: lots of experience, knows what she's talking about. Usefull information.
> Most inspiring was the workshop called ''big ambitions, small interventions'', of the 5 workshops I visited it was the most practical workshop with concrete ways to apply the insights.
> Netwerk Somos mas, camini, kunst en sociale verandering.
> Oasis game: fijne start om mensen te leren kennen theory u: mooie afsluiting aan
het einde vd dag. Hielp om de inspiratie vd dag te integreren.
> Papa. Simple and beautiful approach.
YIP- heel concreet en scherp, wat E-motive is en hoe zij werken in internationale samenwerkingsverbanden. Formaat- prachtig de werking van theater of the oppressed in verschillende contexten.
Let's play a game and reward each others competences/qualities
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