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Epaminondas  Christophilopoulos co-designed and co-facilitated with C. Kavazanjian (UNESCO, Paris),  M. Packer (OECD/NEA, Paris), and with Cornelius Holtorf and Anders Högberg (UNESCO Chair on Heritage Futures, Linnaeus University), the first Futures Literacy Laboratory in collaboration between UNESCO and OECD/NEA. Picture: Rebecca Tadesse, Head of Radioactive Waste Management and Decommissioning Division at OECD Nuclear Energy Agency,...
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The Inspire project has been running at MOMus since 2012. In a fascinating anarchic creative environment, young artists are invited to create original artworks in one week under the guidance of an established artist. At the same time, curators are invited to set up the exhibition just hours before the official opening. As if the...
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Work is a turbulent field closely interconnected with all aspects of life. It is expected that the twin transitions (green and digital) will profoundly change labour markets and skills, in response to which social and economic cohesion must be strengthened. In this raplex (rapidly changing and complex) environment, it is required that people, trade unions,...
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Is our strategy and business plan sustainable and resilient in the light of current trends and disruptive changes? This is the question that is often asked by executives of businesses and organisations.   A relatively simple, but effective method of testing the future-readiness of an organisation is to carry out a test in a suitably...
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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....
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Futures Literacy across the Deep Demonstration (FLxDeep) is a project funded by EIT Climate KIC. At the core of the project lies the belief that our anticipatory thinking –our images and assumptions about the future- conditions the way we see and act in the present. Hence, (large-scale) transformation efforts are bounded by our anticipatory thinking...
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