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During the Freedom Dinner (5/5/2017) we want to reflect on our freedom and responsibility amidst rapid changing societal changes and advanced technological developments. More than ever in history we humans are bestowed with the capacity to voluntarily communicate and share knowledge and data with endless amounts of people. How will the ever expanding transparency of informations affect our inner desires in relation to others? And what does this mean to our freedom? Join and participate the dialogue with Yuri van Geest, Dutch Ambassador of Singularity University, and social entrepreneur Laetitia Smits van Oyen. The Freedom Dinner in Hôtel Droog is part of the larger May 4 and 5 festivities in Amsterdam.
The 3-course dinner is based on recipes from the book “Koken in moeilijke tijden; een vrolijk oorlogsboekje” [Cooking in hard times; an uplifting story about the war] by Kyra ten Cate. During the Dutch famine of ’44-’45 her mother (Anna Catharina Antonia Boelen) collected recipes for which her mother’s friend (Atie Siegenbeek van Heukelom) made illustrations.
Pork tenderloin with kidney beans and an onion gratin
Biscuit cake with custard
Oatmeal cookies with coffee
May 5, 2017 - 19.00-22.00 hrs
Entrance Groenburgwal 44, 1011 HW Amsterdam
3-course dinner € 20 p.p.
Including menu, wine/water, coffee and tea
Dinner will be served on long tables
Yuri van Geest MsC is co-author of the bestselling book “Exponential Organizations” with Salim Ismail, Mike Malone and Peter Diamandis. He is Dutch Ambassador of Singularity University, and Co-founder of SingularityU The Netherlands.
Ir. Laetitia Smits van Oyen MBA is a social entrepreneur. She is i.a. Supervisory Board member of Delft University of Technology, Supervisory Board member of Werkse!, and Board-member of African Parks Foundation.