Our vision at Ci is to accelerate an inclusive digital society that is citizen-centric and trusted and our Thought Leadership Programme is at the centre of the debate around how digital is transforming the way society operates.
Our core themes for this year are: Education, Open Science, Currency and Civic Engagement.
The findings of our 2016 Thought Leadership Programme were published at an event at the House of Lords in October 2016 and included five strategic themes, covering:
- The need to re-balance the control of data
- Placing equality and inclusion at the heart of the digital debate
- Recognising the impact of digital to the world of work and skills
- Awareness raising and behaviour change
- An increasing reliance on automation
Further information on these themes and the overall findings from the Programme is available in our Key Findings Report, which can be downloaded via this link:
The full Reports on each topic covered by the Consultations can be found by clicking on the themes below.
Each part of the Programme was attended by experts in their field from academia, industry, Government and non-government organisations, and held at St George’s House, which offers a unique and historic location to hold such strategic and thought-provoking consultations.
St George’s House was established in 1966 by HRH The Duke of Edinburgh and the then Dean of Windsor, Robin Woods, as a reflective place, where senior leaders from across the world can gather to consider matters of international and social importance.
If you have any questions about the Ci Thought Leadership Programme or would be interested in participating in any of the events, please email: BParry@corshaminstitute.org