Simon Mayer

Simon Mayer with his work such as Sons of Sissy turns dancers into musicians and visa versa Simon is performer, choreographer and musician. He was born in Austria in 1984 and studied at the Vienna State Opera Ballet School, at the Performing Arts and Research Studios in Brussels (P.A.R.T.S.) and […]

Making government work in the digital age

Code for NL is the Dutch network of open source developers and designers working on digital government. Their goal is the successful digital transformation of municipalities, other governments, and society as a whole. It places innovative fellows with technical skills at (semi) governments to work on concrete solutions to social problems. Code […]

Identity-Based Conflict and Cooperation

I would like to recognise Jay Rothman, Ph.D. who is a scholar and a practitioner of creative conflict engagement. Trained in international relations and group dynamics, his theoretical and applied work focuses on issues of intergroup identity-based conflict and cooperation and participatory evaluation. He is the President of the ARIA […]