Dorian Cavé received his Bachelor’s and Masters degrees at the Paris Institute of Political Science (Sciences-po), where he majored in International Relations and specialised in Sustainable Development. He also studied Mandarin, as well as Chinese history and philosophy, at the Chinese University of Hong Kong and Tsinghua University. Having worked in a sustainability consulting firm and in the field of cultural and artistic mediation, he decided to return to university to explore the potential for online networks to foster radical collective change, and obtained his PhD degree in Educational Studies and Sociology from the universities of Cumbria and Lancaster in December 2023. Simultaneously, he is developing his skills as a facilitator of self-organised groups, and is keen to experiment with practices of mutual and social learning within such processes. He is is currently an Associated Researcher at the Weizenbaum Institute for the Networked Society, Berlin.
Maybe changing the world is not just about spreading relevant information, and acting on it… and more about building communities that can enable us to unlearn what stands in the way of change.
January 31, 2024