CHALLENGING COMPLEXITY BY SYSTEMIC DESIGN TOWARDS SUSTAINABILITY
RSD9 - RELATING SYSTEMS THINKING AND DESIGN 9
Hosted by the National Institute of Design, Ahmedabad, India
OCTOBER 9-17, 2020
This ninth edition of Relating Systems Thinking and Design has been designed to adapt to the unprecedented situation of the Coronavirus pandemic. Held entirely online, it adapts to the current context in order to once again offer a moment for discussion and reflection on current issues. This year's RDS9 will focus on the following theme: "Systemic Design for Well-being: From human to humane". The members of the CSRP had the honour to participate in this event, proposed by the National Institute of Design in Ahmedabad, India.
Here, the concept of well-being is discussed in an expansive way. The idea is to create a space « not only for compassion and empathy but all living beings and cultures, the natural world and surroundings. RSD9 explored the connections between the well-being of our bodies, surroundings, and the planet. » (Source: https://systemic-design.net/rsd9/). During this Symposium, more than 50 presentations were proposed.
Among these presentations, Susu Nousala and Timothée Landa were able to propose a discussion on "A Systemic, Socio-Ecological Approach for Community Resilience: The Case Study of The World Music School". You can find attached an extract of this intervention.
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