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EHFF welcomes two new Partner organisations

Two new logos have appeared on our Partners section of the ‘who we are’ field on our website! Firstly: All Policies for a Healthy Europe (AP4HE) is a consortium of organisations supported by Johnson and Johnson and  Microsoft, out of their Brussels office, with a Mission  to ensure that health remains a priority in European…

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End of November News round-up

As predicted, November has been an extremely busy but productive month.   November 2/3 Huizen, Netherlands. Metaphorum annual conference ‘Control, Shift, Delete – rebooting society’ was attended by three of the EHFF team, joining about sixty systems theory academics and practitioners from around Europe. The proceedings are reported on the Metaphorum website: http://metaphorum.org/metaphorum-2019 During the…

The ALL NEW EHFF Newsletter!

Following the launch of the improved website, we’re offering a new style of newsletter, more or less once every three months, which offers you bite sized items of news with the opportunity of longer reads. Click here to check out the first one!

News flash: November is a really busy month for EHFF!

We’re preparing our next Newsletter, which will be circulated widely and will have a new format, consistent with the upgraded website. However, in the meantime, here are some brief reports on what we’re up to…. Chrodis plus Joint Action (WP7): EHFF, as a collaborating partner provided a monitoring group (together with EPF) for the six…

Up and Away!

Newsflash: our new improved website is now live!

Please surf the site and give us feedback. Plenty of opportunity to send comments. The revamped site went live on Friday October 4. We’re very pleased, although there is still work to do on the site including grabbing new pictures for some of our Community members and organising our Archive section. Nevertheless, a great big…

Defining Digital

Defining ‘digital’ (courtesy of Advisory group member Ales Bourek): Progress is a result of the joint interaction of people, processes, power and tools The source of “power” has changed only four times in history (manpower, horsepower, steam, electric power). Every new power needed the modification of tools, processes and behaviour of people to improve productivity.…