For each edition of Reboot2030 we invite up to three guests to discuss challenges that need to be addressed urgently but, due to their high level of complexity, cannot easily be instrumentalised or resolved politically within a single election cycle (such as climate change and the prevention of future pandemics for example).
We currently offer two Reboot formats: Interviews and Dialogues. Taking part in a Reboot Interview is easy. Simply let us know what you would like to talk about (no more than 50 words) using our contact form provided here. To be considered for an interview, prospective discussants need to answer the following question:
"In view of the challenges you identify, what should and could be done today so that a just and sustainable world emerges by 2030?"
If at the end of your Reboot Interview we both feel that we have not fully exhausted the topic in question or that we can take this further, we invite you to become a Reboot dialogue partner and contribute to our Reboot Dialogue series. Before joining the series, we ask you to submit a short position paper or think piece in English, which will then be published on Perspectives, the Democracy School blog, alongside your contribution(s) to the series.
Our dialogue partners are listed here. Discussants that have so far participated only in a single interview, as well as those who participate less than once a year, are listed here. If you have any questions or would like to share an idea for a dialogue or interview, please feel free to get in touch, using our contact form provided here.
We sometimes look for guest moderators to conduct live interviews for us via our social media channels. Previous live-streaming experience (Zoom, YouTube, etc) is not required. Anyone interested in working with us is welcome to get in touch.