Here are additional interviews to the various exchanges of the week. Several specialists in democracy and design participated, in particular Quentin Ravelli, Loïc Blondiaux and Anne Asensio.
Anne ASENSIO DESIGN MANAGER AT DASSAULT SYSTEM
Anne Asensio, in charge of design at Dassault System, was interviewed for the theme "The battle of imaginaries: where does Europe fit in? ". Designer since childhood, she introduces us to what the work of a designer is and explains this notion of desirable futures.
Loïc BLONDIAUX PROFESSOR OF POLITICAL SCIENCE AT UNIVERSITY OF PARIS 1 PANTHEON SORBONNE
Loïc Blondiaux, professor of political science at the University of Paris 1 Panthéon Sorbonne, was interviewed for the theme "Citizenship in the future: how can we engage in preparing for a Post-covid world?". He works on issues of participatory democracy, from a theoretical perspective and by observing existing mechanisms. He is also a member of the governance committee of the Citizen's Climate Convention and shares this unprecedented experience with us.
Quentin RAVELLI SOCIOLOGIST AND RESEARCHERS AT THE CNRS
Quentin Ravelli, sociologist and researchers at the CNRS, was interviewed for the theme “Design: a response to citizen anger? ". In his work, he deals in particular with the subjects of social crises and here presents his research on the Gilets Jaunes movement.
Dubravka SUICA VICE PRESIDENT OF THE EUROPEAN COMMISSION OF DEMOCRACY AND DEMOGRAPHY
Dubravka Suica, Vice President of the European Commission for Democracy and Demography, could not be present during the closing speech on Friday, October 23, 2020. Wishing to contribute and let us know of his interest in the subject, we conducted this interview disseminated during the closing speech.