Unprecedented possibilities from the soil of warm data

9 EPISODES   |  LANGUAGE: ENGLISH

Series Overview

This is the time to explore beyond what is known.

Let's do it together, through a random series of conversations about and within the concept, the experience and everything that happens within warm data.

What does that mean? How does it happen? Why do we need it? What is the theory behind it? What is the process? What does it do? How does it come alive?

In each episode we will be diving into the complexity of multiple descriptions of warm data, with Nora and different people from around the globe that are inviting more warm data into their communities, their lives, their work.

It will be a different kind of podcast and you will be able to listen to the conversation only LIVE as it will be happening. There are no recordings available, because... well... the data is not alive anymore.

At the same time, following many requests for additional viewing options we have added some pop-up episodes (4 to 10) where we will be screening of all the podcasts we have held until now. Also in this case, we will keep the screenings warm, hold conversations, keep them alive.

Check this page regularly as more episodes will come in the following weeks, as new themes emerge from the conversations!

Who should join us

  • Any curious human being 

All episodes details

EPISODE 1

Double Binds

In this episode we will dive into the theme of double binds as one of the core theoretical pieces within understanding warm data, its meaning and need. 

We have a lot of them them right now within all our institutions, all around us. Are we noticing them? Are we able to respond differently? What are the patterns that are freezing us to move differently, to ask different questions, to go beyond the known edges?

DATE: 22 July 2020
TIME: 15:00 CEST
FORMAT: LIVE PODCAST
PRICE: FREE
LANGUAGE: ENGLISH
YOU WILL USE: ZOOM

EPISODE 2

Finding a way

“The overlapping crises of inequality, health, justice, technology, ecology and culture are producing emergencies that the institutions of the last centuries cannot contend with. How will the next decades play out amidst these crises? What is possible for societies around the world to learn in the process? Will Peoples’ responses to the emergencies of the coming decades be warm? Or cold?”

In this episode Nora Bateson and co-host Mamphela Ramphele – Co-President of the Club of Rome, active citizen and trustee of the Nelson Mandela Foundation – will explore together these questions, with the intent of opening a conversation about a different way of responding to the challenges we are facing. A warmer way.

DATE: 6 August 2020
TIME: 9:00 AM CEST
FORMAT: LIVE PODCAST
PRICE: FREE
LANGUAGE: ENGLISH
YOU WILL USE: ZOOM

EPISODE 3

What are the vital projects that don’t need to prove themselves by measurement?

Our culture is so conditioned on measuring, to validate value or relevance, that it feels very hard to start seeing the cracks.
 

With Nora Bateson, Scott Williams (warm data lab host bringing this thinking to UN), Matthew Schutte (warm data lab host and strategy/tech person for International Bateson Institute), and Fanny Marrel (warm data lab host, educator and family therapist) we will talk about the unprecedented possibilities from the soil of warm data from this lense, inquiring and sharing ideas on what are the vital projects that don’t need to prove themselves by measurement.

DATE: 6 September 2020
TIME: 9:00 AM CEST
FORMAT: LIVE PODCAST
PRICE: FREE
LANGUAGE: ENGLISH
YOU WILL USE: ZOOM

EPISODE 4

Pop-up episode: screening podcast on Measurement

What are the vital projects that don’t need to prove themselves by measurement? With cohosts: Nora Bateson, Scott Williams, Fanny Marell.

If you missed the previous episode, here another chance to listen to it and join Ina in the conversation.

DATE: 17 September 2020
TIME: 9:00 AM and 19:00 PM CEST
FORMAT: SCREENING PODCAST
PRICE: FREE
LANGUAGE: ENGLISH
YOU WILL USE: ZOOM

EPISODE 5

Pop-up episode: screening podcast on Education

What is education in a changing world? With cohosts: Nora Bateson, Jeff Bloom.

If you missed it live, here another chance to listen and join Ina in the conversation.

DATE: 1 October 2020
TIME: 9:00 AM and 19:00 PM CEST
FORMAT: SCREENING PODCAST
PRICE: FREE
LANGUAGE: ENGLISH
YOU WILL USE: ZOOM

EPISODE 6

Pop-up episode: screening podcast Teens on Warm Data

Early in July we have co-hosted a group of teens that have been exploring warm data through PNP online sessions, held by the very first teen warm data lab host – Maia from Australia.
With cohosts: Nora Bateson, Maia and her friends exploring warm data.
 

If you have missed it live and you are curious about what happened, what was being revealed for them, here another chance to listen and join Ina in the conversation.

DATE: 14 October 2020
TIME: 9:00 AM and 19:00 PM CEST
FORMAT: SCREENING PODCAST
PRICE: FREE
LANGUAGE: ENGLISH
YOU WILL USE: ZOOM

EPISODE 7

Pop-up episode: screening podcast on Trauma

With cohosts: Nora Bateson, Kesh Sharma and people exploring trauma within warm data.
 

If you have missed it live, here another chance to listen and join Ina in the conversation.

DATE: 29 October 2020
TIME: 9:00 AM and 19:00 PM CET
FORMAT: SCREENING PODCAST
PRICE: FREE
LANGUAGE: ENGLISH
YOU WILL USE: ZOOM

EPISODE 8

Pop-up episode: screening podcast on Double Binds

Double binds is one of the core theoretical pieces within understanding warm data, its meaning and need. We have a lot of them them right now within all our institutions, all around us. Are we noticing them? Are we able to respond differently? With cohosts: Nora Bateson, PJ – Phasa Ras.

If you have missed it live in July, here another chance to listen and join Ina in the conversation.

DATE: 12 November 2020
TIME: 9:00 AM and 19:00 PM CET
FORMAT: SCREENING PODCAST
PRICE: FREE
LANGUAGE: ENGLISH
YOU WILL USE: ZOOM

EPISODE 9

Pop-up episode: screening podcast on Finding a Way

In this episode Nora Bateson and co-host Mamphela Ramphele – Co-President of the Club of Rome, active citizen and trustee of the Nelson Mandela Foundation – have explored together these questions, with the intent of opening a conversation about a different way of responding to the challenges we are facing. A warmer way.

If you have missed it live in August, here another chance to listen and join Ina in the conversation.

DATE: 26 November 2020
TIME: 9:00 AM and 19:00 PM CET
FORMAT: SCREENING PODCAST
PRICE: FREE
LANGUAGE: ENGLISH
YOU WILL USE: ZOOM

What participants say

Starting a shared journey. Not a one-off meeting. A generative and generous space to explore with deep trust. Speaking from a place where I don’t know what to say, I feel it. In a world full of paradoxes and inconsistencies. Not solving them, exploring them. The tenderness in the vulnerable, in the curious. To shift to be in the present. Tending the soil to create the conditions for serendipity. Intentioning not the trees, intentioning the nourishing of the soil.
We are learning to perceive the layered transcontextuality that we are all experiencing and share stories to keep the fire burning in our hearts. Listening to the news or scanning social media, whilst important to keep abreast of what’s happening, is overwhelming, and when coupled with being in isolation sends the mental landscape into disarray. Peple Need People is countering that, enabling us to make sense of what is occurring and begin to rebuild the social fabric upon which we all depend. At time of deep crisis, humanity needs to be inventive and creative, which is what we are doing with PNP. A turning point in turmoil.

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