Aspen Ideas «Navigating uncertainty»
Aspen Institute España held last Tuesday, March 8th a session of the Aspen Ideas Program on the study “Navigating uncertainty” developed by More in Common, a non-profit institution that shares with Aspen Institute España the commitment to build cohesive and diverse societies and communities in an era of division and polarization.
In the course of the session, participants discussed a comparative study, carried out in the United Kingdom, France, Germany, Poland, Italy and Spain, regarding the effects of COVID on trust, social cohesion, climate change and the future of society. The debate, which was held under the Chatham House rule, brought together a group of approximately 20 participants from various sectors of civil society, thus creating a neutral forum to reflect and discuss the effects of Covid-19 in Europe.
Aspen Ideas Program
The Aspen Ideas Program includes Aspen Espresso sessions – face-to-face debates from 9 to 11 am-, and Aspen Ideas @ Lunch – face-to-face debates from 2 to 4 pm- and Aspen Ideas -online debates- and Aspen Ideas Alumni, dinner-debates from 8.30 to 10.30 pm with Aspen España Alumni that have participated in Aspen Seminars. The program aims to constitute a forum for debate on current issues for emerging leaders from different sectors of society, many of whom have already participated in Aspen España programs. On the occasion of the publication of books or in the thread of news, we bring together groups of up to 30 participants, experts on geopolitics, new technologies, leadership, energy or international economics, amon other.