In the framework of the strategic cooperation between MOMus and the UNESCO Chair on Futures Research, a new educational programme is being implemented at the MOMus Museum of Modern Art, during the exhibition “50+1 Stories from the Kostakis Collection” (Expires 26 November 2023). The stories from the past, written and otherwise, those told by the...Continue Reading
UNESCO Chair on Futures Research_FORTH/PRAXI Network joins the World Futures Studies Federation (WFSF). WFSF, founded in 1973, has been a valuable UNESCO and UN consultative partner for several decades. The Federation is a global NGO with members in over 60 countries. WFSF brings together academics, researchers, practitioners, students and futures-focused institutions from all around the...Continue Reading
Minecraft is a video game that allows players to construct out of textured cubes a three-dimensional world. Activities include exploration, resource gathering, and creating. Microsoft acquired Minecraft in 2014, and it has since been ported to various platforms. Also, it is the best-selling video game of all time, with 200 million copies sold across all...Continue Reading
Asylum-seeking unaccompanied minors, one of the most vulnerable groups, were the beneficiaries of a future oriented, action learning activity that UNESCO Chair on Futures Research (FORTH/PRAXI Network) and Iliaktida organized in the island of Lesvos on 13 & 14 July, 2019. 38 asylum-seeking unaccompanied minors, 11-18 years old, from 10 countries (Afghanistan, Cameroon, Egypt, Guine,...Continue Reading
The Imagining Africa’s Futures project (IAF) is a UNESCO three-year research project funded by the OCP Morocco Foundation and aims to explore Africa’s future vision and use processes through specially designed Futures Literacy Labs (FLL). Within the framework of this project: Pilot research in the design of experiential workshops to develop skills related to “literacy...Continue Reading
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