Programma D’RAN19

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In the driver’s seat @ Het Circus
mei 17 @ 09:30 – 10:15
In the driver's seat @ Het Circus

Everywhere – at home and abroad – we see that people take the initiative and actually get to work with important social challenges. They take the driver’s seat!

In this session, English-speaking students “Management, Society and Technology” (University of Twente) present essays about Dutch and foreign examples of such community-initiatives. What are the AMBITIONS of these people? What do they DO to realize that? And what can we learn from the experiences with these forms of initiative and self-governance?

Moderator: dr. Ringo Ossewaarde (UT)

In the driver’s seat is an initiative of Twentse Noabers and the University of Twente.

Twentse Noabers, a collaboration of residents’ businesses is a neighborhood initiative in Twente. Twente Noabers stands for: cooperation, connecting, sharing knowledge and helping each other.

The University of Twente, as an entrepreneurial university, wants to contribute to solutions for future challenges and strengthen the innovative power of our region.

In the driver’s seat @ Het Circus
mei 17 @ 10:30 – 11:15
In the driver's seat @ Het Circus

Everywhere – at home and abroad – we see that people take the initiative and actually get to work with important social challenges. They take the driver’s seat!

In this session, English-speaking students “Management, Society and Technology” (University of Twente) present essays about Dutch and foreign examples of such community-initiatives. What are the AMBITIONS of these people? What do they DO to realize that? And what can we learn from the experiences with these forms of initiative and self-governance?

Moderator: dr. Ringo Ossewaarde (UT)

In the driver’s seat is an initiative of Twentse Noabers and the University of Twente.

Twentse Noabers, a collaboration of residents’ businesses is a neighborhood initiative in Twente. Twente Noabers stands for: cooperation, connecting, sharing knowledge and helping each other.

The University of Twente, as an entrepreneurial university, wants to contribute to solutions for future challenges and strengthen the innovative power of our region.

In the driver’s seat @ Het Circus
mei 17 @ 11:30 – 12:15
In the driver's seat @ Het Circus

Everywhere – at home and abroad – we see that people take the initiative and actually get to work with important social challenges. They take the driver’s seat!

In this session, English-speaking students “Management, Society and Technology” (University of Twente) present essays about Dutch and foreign examples of such community-initiatives. What are the AMBITIONS of these people? What do they DO to realize that? And what can we learn from the experiences with these forms of initiative and self-governance?

Moderator: dr. Ringo Ossewaarde (UT)

In the driver’s seat is an initiative of Twentse Noabers and the University of Twente.

Twentse Noabers, a collaboration of residents’ businesses is a neighborhood initiative in Twente. Twente Noabers stands for: cooperation, connecting, sharing knowledge and helping each other.

The University of Twente, as an entrepreneurial university, wants to contribute to solutions for future challenges and strengthen the innovative power of our region.

Off-Campus Design Lab: Twentse Noabers Charter; aan het stuur @ Tent 3 De Aanpak
mei 17 @ 13:30 – 14:15
Off-Campus Design Lab: Twentse Noabers Charter; aan het stuur @ Tent 3 De Aanpak

Twente Noabers, is a co-operative of community-enterprises and neighborhood-initiatives in Twente. In these enterprises and initiatives regional residents take on major challenges facing their communities, either in the social or physical domain or both.

Twente Noabers stands for: working together, connecting, sharing knowledge and helping each other. On this basis Twentse Noabers wants to contribute to the success of such citizen- and community-initiatives. It also wants to contribute to a climate in which these initiatives can develop constructive cooperative relations with governments, social organizations and businesses in the region.

For this latter purpose Twentse Noabers wants to develop a charter stating …

  • The main principles that its members endorse and these members will use as a guideline for their actions. In this way the charter makes clear to residents, governments, professional organizations and the business community in Twente what people can and may expect from Twentse Noabers and its members (What do Twentse Noabers and its members stand for?) .
  • At the same time, the charter also formulates what – on the basis of reciprocity — Twentse Noabers and its members expect from others in working together.

Together with the University of Twente Twentse Noabers organizes this session and invites students of the “Management, Science and Technology” program (UT) and other interested people to help in designing such a charter by suggesting main principles and expectations. 

Moderators

Reinder Witting (Twentse Noabers)

Bas Denters (Univeriteit Twente)