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Founder-manager for several years of 4 startups (France & USA) & former manager of e-Learning programs at the largest French telecom operator, Philippe Le Gonnidec is now a lecturer, consultant, author, and multimedia expert (augmented reality) for entrepreneurial and institutional structures (L'Oréal, HSBC, UNESCO, Ministries, local authorities...), expert-consultant Leadership for institutions with digital policies and / or family, public & private... Passionate about art and culture, with a literary background, sound engineer and former auditor then speaker at CHEDD (Collège Hautes Etudes Environnement et Développement Durable), he is currently an entrepreneur in residence at the UNESCO Chair in Health and Human Rights, for whom he designs and leads digital support programs. He has worked with more than 20 international teams: startups, large groups and public administrations on issues linking digital and environment / citizenship.
Online media specialist since 1991
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Very involved since 1991 in the development of interactive and citizen applications, as well as in blended learning and literary training tools, the founder of Politique Numérique started a career in audiovisual production and augmented reality in the USA and Europe. After having contributed for a long time to open the ways of the democracy coupled with those of the access to the cultural and educational data in various territories of France, Europe and North America, near the United Nations, of great institutions and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (Belarus, Canada, Iceland, Denmark, Italy, Great Britain. ...) through numerous internet portals and online training tools (blended), especially on education for sustainable development, which he designed, he decided to devote his career to actions that value the human and the planet in the crazy race of new technologies.
After having been a company manager of about sixty employees (Brittany, Normandy, Paris and Florida) in the digital field, he met in Nashville with Albert Gore's team (former candidate to the American presidency) to launch his project SOS-21 [ click pdf], a tool for education for sustainable development (SOS-21), which quickly earned him recognition from the United Nations Environment Program and UNESCO (Decade for Environmental Education) and 25 first prizes internationally. His research work in hypermedia has been used and cited several times by students and researchers in cognitive sciences in ResearchGate - click or several publications on the subject click.
Passionate about images, literature and music, intercessor between art-design, new technologies and sustainable development, he has worked extensively with large companies (Orange, L'Oréal, HSBC France, Crédit Agricole, Banque Populaire, etc...) before founding ''Politique Numérique'' which catalyzes all of his approaches to the field of digital and various modes of citizen and digital expression. He currently holds the position of Director of Open innovation & Digital strategy for the UNESCO Chair in Sexual Health & Human Rights.....
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Philippe Le Gonnidec is since 2017 Director Open innovation & Digital strategy at UNESCO Chair of Sexual health & Human Rights - CLIC.
Passionate about images, literature and music, intercessor between art-design, new technologies and sustainable development, Philippe Le Gonnidec is the creator of a virtual universe for education in sustainable development in augmented reality that he has introduced to major brands both in France and abroad (Sweden, Denmark, Iceland, Canada ...). He has accompanied various artists (musicians, documentary filmmakers, painters, sculptors, in France and in the USA...) on the path of hypermedia. [ Clic pr CV ]. His path in favor of environmental education was born from a rich encounter with the work of architect Paolo Soleri and his Arcosanti project in Arizona. He was also an auditor of the 3rd session of the CHEDD (Collège des Hautes Etudes Environnement & Développement Durable) for which he then taught the "green" uses of low and high tech in relation to sustainable development.
After having started a career in audiovisual production in the USA, and after having contributed for a long time to open the ways of democracy coupled with those of access to cultural and educational data in various territories of France, Europe and North America, with the United Nations, large institutions and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (Belarus, Canada, Iceland, Denmark, Italy, Great Britain. ...) through numerous internet portals and online training tools (open source) of which he is the designer, after having founded in 1989 the international organization Civi-Ling in Brittany [ Clic ], Philippe Le Gonnidec has been devoting himself since 2004 to subjects and projects that value the human being and the planet. In Nashville, he met with Albert Gore's team (former American presidential candidate) to launch his project for a tool for education in sustainable development (SOS-21), which quickly earned him recognition from the United Nations Environment Program and many others. He has also collaborated with several major personalities in the world of media, entertainment, sociology, international politics...
Actor and representative of France for ORT at the World Summit on the Information Society (e-Learning strategies caucus) organized at the United Nations, he is the author and co-author of several scientific publications and numerous articles on E-democracy and the use of communication technologies in relation to sustainable development (supported by UNESCO and the European Environment Agency, Ademe, Committee 21, the United Nations Environment Program, etc.).
Crowned by more than 25 international awards for his work in the field of hypermedia (open source) and augmented reality (Imagina Monaco festival, winner of the International Competition of European Creativity, winner of the Innovative Project Award in the Pays de Loire Region, then in the Brittany Region, winner of the New Technologies and Sustainable Development Award at the International ICT Forum of Valenciennes, etc.), he was the official representative for France in a global competition led by UNESCO concerning the best tools for environmental education. His innovation SOS-21 [click pdf] earned him the UNESCO Label for the Best Tools of the Decade 2005/2014 for Environmental Education as well as the prize for the best international creation of online multimedia products (awarded by the Minister of Education).
Since the beginning of the Internet on French soil in the 90s, he has worked extensively on the dissemination of technological knowledge in a large international bank and at France Telecom, during the launch of Wanadoo; he is the author of several online training programs for the R & D branch of Orange (France Telecom).
He was selected by the French Ministry of Higher Education and Research to be featured with the largest French companies in the nave of the Grand Palais in Paris during the European City of Science,
Author-designer and arranger of the transitional hypermedia work ''Le Monde d'Après'' - 5000 hrs of work - he maintains close links with the academic world and researchers on knowledge management sciences, and has fully introduced this orientation of cognitive economy on virtual universes. Several collaborations with Edgar Morin, Michel Rocard, and several personalities of the arts world.
A graduate of the University of Haute Bretagne (Sciences Information Communication), of the CHEDD (Collège des Hautes Etudes en Environnement et Développement Durable, PACA), and after having followed various technical courses (Institute of Audio Research, New-York) and computer science courses (ORT...), he has been a regular speaker at conferences and seminars. ), he has regularly lectured at the Conservatoire National des Arts et Métiers [ see video ] (CNAM), at the Université de Technologie de Troyes (master's degree in Information and Communication Sciences and Technologies), at the Université de Poitiers (see video), at the Institut d'Etudes Politiques d'Aix-en-Provence, at the Universities of Strasbourg, Stockholm, Aarhus, Reyjavik, Montreal, at the Pôle Universitaire Leonard de Vinci (Nanterre), etc. ... for the International Chambers of Commerce (Paris, Brittany, Aquitaine, Normandy, Champagne Ardennes ...) Permanent Assembly of the Chambers of Trade, and many other forums and conference cycles [ click ] ... for his work in the field of augmented reality integrated into innovative educational processes.
Co-founder of La Fabrique du Futur (a community of avant-gardists coming from all horizons: creatives, thinkers... intended to democratize foresight and innovation and to promote a more responsible and citizen innovation) he actively and voluntarily participates in numerous associative, educational, citizen and/or trans-political actions (Civic Pact, FING, AFICA, Centre Edgar Morin), Etats Généraux du Pouvoir Citoyen, G1000 France, in France and, in a decentralized way, abroad (Sadhana Forest in India, France and Haiti, University of Psychology of Reykjavik in Iceland, in Canada, etc. ..).
He is currently writing a book in augmented reality on the new technological uses and their mischievous drifts, animates numerous conferences [ click to see program ] in great schools in France and abroad (Las Vegas, Montreal, Paris, Marseille, Reykjavik, Aarhus, Rome, ...) on the subject of ICT (social aspect). Expert in collaborative and socializing technologies, he is at the origin of the European collaborative project Eye on Earth Communities [ clic], gathering at the heart of sustainable development the scientists of the ''vox populi''; he accompanies and boosts at the multimedia level the new entrepreneurs of the economy of the future, the actors of the change and of the positive and constructive transition, Newmanity, Défismed [ clic], Club of Budapest [ clic], and is the coordinator of the Court of Nature initiated by Edgar Morin, with whom he has already collaborated on various projects) ..