Systems Week 2021
A global conversation on how to teach, learn, support and measure equitable systems change.https://www.youtube.com/embed/sOHLkkquJmA?autoplay=0&start=0&rel=0Play video
Introduction to Systems Week 2021
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Convening a global community of systems thinkers
Virtual event, 7-11 June 2021
The Covid-19 pandemic has exposed and exacerbated structural inequity throughout our global systems. Systems Week is a convening of practitioners, educators, researchers and students to reimagine more equitable systems, and how to teach, learn, support and measure systems change. These conversations will explore relationships between systems actors, systemic problems and solutions; resistance to incumbent systems and inequitable power dynamics; and the resources needed to support systemic change.
Developed in collaboration with the Centre for Knowledge Equity and the Centres’ inaugural Knowledge Equity Fellows, the convening will coalesce around the Skoll Centre’s 2021 Systems Reset theme, which has been examined in our Reimagine Podcast, the change ideas from Oxford MBA students in the Global Opportunities and Threats Oxford programme, and undergraduate and graduate students from 51 institutions around the world in our Map the System programme. The Systems Reset theme is focused on four grand challenges related to Covid-19 recovery, and the intersection of equity in all its forms across them:
- Health Reset: In an age of pandemics, how can we build resilient health systems that deliver for all?
- Climate Reset: As governments consider fiscal stimulus to reboot economies and business works to recover, how can we use this opportunity to achieve urgent climate goals?
- Economic Reset: How can we build more inclusive and sustainable economies from the wreckage of the pandemic?
- Social Reset: The pandemic demonstrated the precarity and possibilities of our social systems. What must we understand about our social systems to reimagine a new way forward?
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