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If we say “innovation”, do you think “politics”? Probably not.
Our challenging and uncertain times call for creative problem-solving. Can politicians hope to address 21st-century issues with 20th-century tactics? And if not, what do creative politics look like in practice?
On November 28 Stephen Boucher, author of The Little Manual of Political Creativity joined for the 7th Idealist Quarterly. A Harvard graduate with a wealth of experience in public affairs, Stephen previously worked at the European Climate Foundation, advised the Belgian government, and currently lectures at Brussels’ Solvay Business School.
Stephen’s book left us positively enthused and hopeful about what politics could be, and probably will be.