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Unreasonability Initiative is an initiative to surface the big, bold, sometimes irrational and crazy ideas that might just have the potential to change the world. Come hear 8 participants present their "unreasonable" idea to the audience. Come listen to some of the bravest, boldest ideas you will come across this year!
Why now? The world today needs new thinking, fresh approaches and bold initiatives to solve some of the world’s most pressing problems. The Unreasonability Initiative is meant to create the space where such bold thinking can be shared. By creating a fun, engaging and open environment, where participants are encouraged and licensed to be unreasonable, we hope to be able to unlock a few more ideas that could make a difference. In light of the events of Apr 15th, it is even more critical that we re-energize our efforts to create a better, safer and more just world.
Keen to present? Are you a dreamer? Someone who grapples with the what … if questions in life? Working on a BIG, BOLD, BRAVE idea that could change the world? Or an irrational idea that could profoundly change lives? Does the potential of the idea just freeze you with its potential? An audacious, absurd and possibly crazy idea? An UNREASONABLE idea? If you answered yes to any of the above, then the Unreasonability Initiative gives you the perfect space to share, air and present your dream, your idea.
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Harvard Innovation Lab