The Futures Thinking Playbook now available in Greek

The first futures thinking book for children in Greek is now available from the Crete University Press_ FORTH. UNESCO Chair on Futures Research_FORTH/PRAXI Network supported the publication.

The Futures Thinking playbook by Katie King and Julia Rose West is designed for students and teachers alike, to help the younger generations anticipate and influence the future. This interactive, fun and engaging workbook will open minds to many possible and surprising futures. The Futures Thinking Playbook, divided into sixteen manageable plays, supports young people’s creative and critical thinking skills.

The book is a product of collaboration between Teach The Future, a non-profit organization whose mission is to bring futures thinking to classes and schools around the world led by Peter Bishop, and the dedication and effort of Katie King (text) Julia Rose West (design) and Sandy Damashek (consulting) along with many other teachers, specialists and donors who made this book possible.

Dr Epaminondas Christofilopoulos, UNESCO Chair on Futures Research_Foundation for Research and Technology – Hellas / PRAXI Network was the editor in chief for the Greek edition. The translation and adaptation of the book from English to Greek was carried out by Dr Epaminondas Christofilopoulos and Vasiliki Kalodimou.   


Check out the Greek edition of Futures Thinking playbook here

About the author

Irianna Lianaki – Dedouli is Coordinator for Research and Training Activities at UNESCO Chair on Futures Research, hosted in Foundation for Research and Technology – Hellas (FORTH). She also acts as focal point for Futures Literacy. In the past, Irianna has worked as consultant for intergovernmental and non-governmental organisations including UNESCO’s Foresight Unit and UNESCO’s Intersectoral Platform for a Culture of Peace and Non-Violence and Intercultural Dialogue. She is a PhD Candidate in Turku School of Economics. Her research focuses on futures literacy and intercultural communication.