Open Space
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Open Space is a descentralized facilitation technique where participants choose which activities they want to participate in.

Law of two-feet:

One of the tenets of an open space is the ability to choose which activities an individual wants to participate in. This is akin to the idea that participation is a vote, and presence equates interest. The activities that gather the most people are those which have commanded the most interest - without any planning required. Crowds gather, and thus emerge the areas of most interest.

London, UK
March 2-3, 2019