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Wednesday, March 20


[Debate] Public services : dematerialization without exclusion?
The French government set the objective to completely dematerialise administrative procedures by 2022. Already today, access to Pôle Emploi, CAF or Health Insurance services are  mainly (if not exclusively) online. However, not everyone is equally equipped to deal with administrative complexity. How can we think administrative procedures and their dematerialization for the benefit of all users? 

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Director of 'Société Numérique', Mission Société Numérique
Orianne Ledroit is the director of the 'Mission Société Numérique' and state representative in the collective interest cooperatives La MedNum and APTIC. 
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Pierre MAZET

Socia Science Researcher and Educator, Observatoire des non-recours aux droits et services
Pierre Mazet works on the non-use of rights and the way that the dematerialisation of administrative relations effect public and professional practices of social intermediaries.  
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Véronique PUCHE

Director of information systems, CNAV
Director of information systems for Cnav, she is responsible for all IT functions (MOA and MOE). 

avatar for Taoufik VALLIPURAM


Directeur des partenariats, Ouishare
Après avoir été diplômé de l’Université La Sorbonne et Edhec Business School, il a commencé sa carrière en 2010 dans une start-up parisienne où il a aidé plus de 6000 amateurs de clubs de sport français à réunir leurs communautés sur des sites dédiés. Il est ensuite... Read More →

Wednesday March 20, 2019 11:00 - 12:00
Salle Descamps


[Debate] Will digital technologies actually revolutionize society?
The digital revolution is still largely spoken of as the catalyst for a profound upheaval in our societies. What has it really changed besides the economy? Is it perhaps a myth that fuels an ever more conservative growing society? And if on the contrary, the revolution is well under way, how can large digital companies respond to societal challenges with the data they collect? How can we encourage private digital companies to work on projects for the common interest? Can commercial interests somehow be reconciled with the interest of the public? What stance should citizens and public authorities take? Do we need to make the digital solution accelerate or slow down ?

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Elisabeth BARGÈS

Public Policy Senior Manager, Google France
Élisabeth Bargès is Director of Public Policy at Google France, in charge of developing digital initiatives. Doctor in economics, she spent 2 years in the Prime Minister's office, in charge of economic studies on digital and media.
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Grégoire KOPP

Chief of Staff, OVH
A trained lawyer, Grégoire has been implementing influence strategies for nearly 10 years. He joined OVH in August 2017 after previously working with UFC-Que Choisir, two ministerial cabinets, TBWA/Corporate and Uber France. 
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Tariq KRIM

Slow Web Activist and Founder of Dissident.ai, dissident.ai
Tariq created his first online server in 1984 at age 12 and was part of the early hacker scene. As a journalist, he covered the birth of cyberculture both in Europe and Silicon Valley. As a tech entrepreneur,  has been active in building alternative platforms. He is the founder of... Read More →

avatar for Pauline ROCHART


Consultante sur le futur du travail et modératrice
Pauline explore la transformation du travail à l'ère du numérique. Nouveaux modèles d'organisation, culture managériale, formation : elle défend une approche qui mise sur l'intelligence collective et les pratiques collaboratives. Facilitatrice expérimentée, elle anime débats... Read More →

Wednesday March 20, 2019 17:30 - 18:30
Salle Descamps
Thursday, March 21


[Debate] From roundabouts to civic techs - how to make democracy?
In times where democracy seems more pertinent than ever, our intermediary bodies no longer there to ensure debate. Democracy thus finds new places of resonance like social networks, roundabouts, civic tech etc. These spaces may be part of a revival of democracy, but are they really changing the situation? What are their limits and what is their potential? Is there a need for a more direct, participatory or better represented democracy? 

avatar for Tatiana DE FERAUDY


PHD candidat, Univ. Paris 1 / Décider ensemble
Tatiana is a doctoral student at the University of Paris 1 and coordinator of the civic tech & digital democracy of deciding together observatory.  
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Mathilde IMER

Co-President, Démocracie Ouverte
Mathilde Imer is Climate program leader at Sparknews & Co-President at Démocratie Ouverte.

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Samuel Roumeau, connector OuiShare, est diplômé de l’IEP de Bordeaux et de l’Ecole des Mines ParisTech. Après des expériences en Inde et en Suisse, il a travaillé à l’EHESS et à la SNCF. Il travaille depuis 3 ans au sein de OuiShare sur les sujets de prospective en lien... Read More →

Thursday March 21, 2019 11:15 - 12:15
Salle Descamps


[Closing] Assembly of the Grand Barouf
You are invited to take part in the Assembly of the Grand Barouf alongside metropolitan and national elected officials. On this occasion, the rapporteurs of the 3 main themes of the Digital Grand Barouf will report on the exchanges and speeches that took place in hearings and commissions during these two parliamentary days. After the revelation of citizens' votes on the proposed laws, elected representatives will be invited to analyse the results and make commitments to make digital a societal choice.

avatar for Mounir MAHJOUBI


Secrétaire d'état, chargé du numérique, Gourvernement
Mounir Mahjoubi est Secrétaire d'État auprès du Ministre de l'Économie et des Finances et du Ministre de l'Action et des Comptes Public, chargé du Numérique

Thursday March 21, 2019 17:00 - 18:00
Salle Descamps