Past, Present, Future
Who can attend?
Do you want to know what working in the intercultural field could be like, as a researcher, a practitioner, or for example a D&I trainer? Interested to exchange and dialogue with the newcomers in the field?
We aim for 75 newcomers and 75 experienced practitioners as well as academics.
The "Past, Present, Future" event is an immersive experience designed to foster deeper understanding and dialogue about the development of intercultural work in its full diversity.
Past Room: His and Her Storytelling
A "living library" experience, where human "books" share personal stories and historical narratives about working and living in the intercultural field for the past 30 to 40 years.
This is allowing attendees to resonate with and reflect upon past societal intercultural changes and developments and cultural tools, as well as deep dive in personal experiences.
Addresses current social dilemmas and developments in the intercultural field of work and in our society.
In total nine impressive women will present their contemporary contributions to the field during the day, inviting the attendees to engage in a dialogue about the impact in the now.
Topics and themes they will touch upon about: post-colonialism, gamification, intercultural sensitivity in industrial design, working on a more inclusive society.
Each round with lead into a dialogue with the group.
Engages participants with the prospective social and cultural impacts of emergent technologies. How will technological developments change the world of intercultural research, training, coaching, healthcare ....?
The room is segmented into four zones, each dedicated to a transformative technology: CRISPR, Hyperloop Delft, Exoskeletons, and Brain-Computer Interfaces (BCIs). Within these zones, experts share insights on the socio-cultural implications and potentials of these technologies, offering a blend of interactive experiences and presentations. The Future room intends to overwhelm the participants.
Flow of the day
Word of welcome, flow of the day
Networking, Poster sessions and ...
MUSIC: Guus Westdorp and Neco Novellas
TIAS School for Business and Society is located in the heart of Utrecht, one of the most vibrant and multicultural cities in the Netherlands. The venue is easily accessible by public transport and offers state-of-the-art facilities for an unforgettable intercultural experience.
About us : the organizers
Impressive team cooperation of long time SIETAR members
teaming up with the expertise of LevelUp
supported by TIAS Business school, sponsored by SIETAR Nederland
Vincent Merk, Monika de Waal, Henning Zorn
Sander Warffemius, Pimvipha Warffemius-Rhodes