The discussion was lively through the whole two hours that the official event lasted, ranging from several different areas of the theme and plenty of different viewpoints were raised. Topics like social protection and its ties to the economic growth of the current paradigm along with prevailing ideas of economy ruling over other parts of life were discussed. These were also compared to other options like slow lifestyles, where Mikko Jalas gave interesting insights. Timo Voipio made good points about how spending resources on social structures, protection, and policies is understood nowadays in addition to touching the debate whether they should be seen more as investments rather than expenditures. Also, the experts were challenged by students on their views on issues such as technological development and it’s feasibility for example. Concepts of shared work, how important is meaningful engagement for individuals, and being active participant in the civil society and in its development were few of the last remarks made.