While Edgeryders 1.0 officially draws to a close with the completion of the Edgeryder Handbook, it seems fair to say that, actually, the momentum it has created is set to run and run in the form of a raft of ideas, initiatives, project and opportunities which have emerged from conversations based here on the platform or in Strasbourg back in June. We’re all watching this space for an Edgeryders 2.0…
I’d like to end the Handbook with some reflections from you guys about what you will be taking away from your participation in Edgeryders, beyond the opportunity it has presented to have input into the policy making process. What has Edgeryders given you that you didn’t have before you joined? What has changed for you as a result of the relationships you have developed through the platform? How are you feeling about your personal transition pathway right now, today, in this very moment?
It would be great if as many of you as possible could comment, even just a line or two, because I’d like to include as many as possible in an appendix to the main report.