A North Adriatic cultural monument of considerable historical, artistic, and symbolic importance, the 500-year-old MOISE Palace is located in the old town center of the City of Cres. Set against the pristine natural background of Cres Island, this monumental building is the largest patrician Renaissance city palace in Croatia.
Political, economic, and ecological systems, institutions, and norms must be redesigned for a meaningful research-based, inherently democratic, and participative transformation. The splendid isolation of Moise Palace offers a unique forum space for intellectual shift and collective creation that foster groundbreaking ideas and lead to actual change. Moise Palace aims to evolve into one of the most inspiring spaces for provoking dialogue and future-shaping thought in Europe.
Ultimately consequent in diversity, equity, and inclusion, Moise Palace creates new proximity to reinvent Europeanness and co-design better societies. A radical holistic approach where analytic thinking encounters arts brings social innovation. Having experienced this palace, participants return to their communities as change-makers empowered to act across realms and borders as agents of Democracy and Solidarity.