Narratopias is a project on “New Narratives” for transformational change and the Collective Practices developped to make them accessible
Imagining the future of corporations in a changing world: A project led by the Plurality University Network.
In partnership with the resilience and foresight program of the city of Paris, Citadins, Citadiens 2050 is a creative process with the city’s citizens as well as professionals who are active in building the city, which will produce a documentary and new insight on the city by 2050.
A project funded by Erasmus+, led by Youthwatch (Slovakia), BrusselAvenir (Belgium) and U+.
The ‘Common Ground Dialogues’ (CGD) is a Creative Europe project in partnership with Hungary, Slovakia, the Netherlands, and Paris, which aims to experiment and develop a creative methodology that could artistically address polarizing issues in our societies.
This conference cycle focuses on the power of words to oppose or bring us together, to evoke new possibilities and to hide others. Happening in French in Paris.
Here you can find tools, methods, and resources created, experimented and openly shared by the U+ team.
One of the actions put in place at U+ is to draw attention to alternative and artistic ways the subject of transformation of our world surfaces. For us, art is political and artist can demonstrate and inspire the need for new dynamics. We do this by putting together artistic manifestations and bringing together different artistic and scientific formats into the same space.
Corpora is a collaborative and open-source online tool around thematic explorations turned towards (…)
A collective and creative foresight exercise with the french association Les Petits Débrouillards, (…)
In May 25, under the auspices of OECD and Agence Française de Développement, 25 finance and (…)
The Plurality University Network and La Fabrique des Mobilités launched a collaborative and open (…)
Organized with SciencesPo and Usbek & Rica, #FutursPluriels re-examines major themes linked to (…)
WORK+ is a collaborative project on the futures of work, shaped around more than 150 fictional (…)
An “interview chain” of, and by, those who mobilize imaginaries to produce or enable alternative (…)
The Many Tomorrows Festival is an international, distributed sequence of events dedicated to (…)
Futures Fragments is a collaborative repository of visions of what the future might look like, from (…)
The Plurality University Network and Imaginarium-s have joined forces around a participatory (…)
Every day, one word, your story in one tweet. Preferably science fiction, fantasy… or anything (…)