• We make contemporary challenges the subject of a themed world and focus on three fields of themes: Life in the Digital Age, Planet and Nature, Home and Globalization. Our goal is to transfer knowledge to a broader public in a thrilling way. However, in times of fake news and conspiracy theories we wish to contribute to a better understanding of science as such, particularly with regard to the distinction between knowledge, opinion, and ideology.

 

  • Meeting-Sharing-Learning is a roadshow that is supposed to take place primarily in rural regions. Our world exhibition is mobile and accompanied by a discussion forum. Why we combine the idea of an exhibition with a discussion forum? We do this because scientific knowledge can only be a start for the development of collectively shared themes and problems. We overcome the social division only in a social dialogue.

 

  • Participation and empowerment of citizens are key. Once we leave the place where Meeting-Sharing-Learning took place, people should be motivated to start regional initiatives by which they continue with their discussions and transform them into permanent activities. Moreover, we plan the discussion forums and their thematic focusses together with representatives from the regions, hoping that such a procedure motivates people to participate in Meeting-Sharing-Learning. Schools are a good place to organize discussions only.