FutureLab – Interview with Corinne Cahen and Claude Lamberty

With the Rentrée, the DP launches an important internal innovation – the FutureLab. Corinne and Claude, what’s behind it?

CC: We have always supported our members and involved them in the party work. Together we can get a lot of things done. That’s why I want to further strengthen that collaboration and dynamic with the FutureLab.

CL: The FutureLab will be the new core of the participatory process in the DP. A kind of forge for ideas and talents: To offer our young and less young, our more and less experienced members a place where they can actively participate in shaping the DP of tomorrow.

How is the FutureLab structured exactly? And when does it start?

CC: The FutureLab is has two pillars. In the workshops, as a member, you get the opportunity to submit your ideas. This way you can contribute to the DP’s future positions. In addition, the DP wants to invest in your political training to accompany you at the best on your political path. In the training sessions, skills are trained, talents are promoted and experiences are exchanged.

CL: The FutureLab events are every 6 weeks. It starts with one thematic workshop on housing policy. Meeting point is on October 10th at the Centre Atert in Bertrange. On November 20, there will be a first training session on how to use social media as a politician.


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