Sunium brings Systems Thinking and Modelling to Future Policy Makers

WARSAW, POLAND, 10 November 2018 Dr. Constantin Malik and Nadia Tjahja organised a full-day workshop on “Understanding the relevance of interconnectivity and complexity” at the College of Europe at Natolin.

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Reconnaissance Meeting in St. Gallen, Switzerland

GALLEN, SWITZERLAND, 16-18 March 2018 Dr. Constantin Malik, Nadia Tjahja and the staff of the Malik institute organised a meeting to gather bright-minded, change-orientated young professionals to discuss and share ideas for an open and informed society. Different methods were introduced to the participants that seek to facilitate and promote participatory democracy.

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Political Risk Analysis – Thinking in Complexities Summer Course

ST.GALLEN, SWITZERLAND, June 29 – July 2 2018 Sunium organised a summer course to identify complex problems and future challenges in the political sphere. Different methods were brought closer to the participants. Cybernetics and systems thinking as well as sensitivity models were used to diagnose current political events in order to identify and measure the effects on multistakholder interests.

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