Due to the current pandemic this 21st Futures Conference will be organised fully online as a virtual conference.
Keyword: Finland Futures Research Centre (FFRC)
Could we find new pathways for change, if we were able to see the world through many futures? Futures Researcher Nicolas Balcom Raleigh challenges people and organisations to contemplate their stance on the future as well as to expand their uses of the future.
The book “Electrification in Peer-to-Peer Society – A New Narrative for Sustainable Futures” written by Sirkka Heinonen and Joni Karjalainen is now published in Spanish. See below the availability and description in Spanish.
Finland Futures Research Centre welcomes everyone to the UNESCO Futures Literacy Summit 8–12 December
At this Summit, UNESCO is expected to declare Futures Literacy to be an essential 21st Century skill. Like other literacies (e.g. science literacy, data literacy, media literacy) this skill is concerns the futures people, organizations and societies imagine. It is the capability to expand the variety of modes and reasons for imagining futures and identifying opportunities for action in the present.
What kind of future do you build with your actions today? The future is constantly present in our everyday lives, guiding our actions and decisions – whether we are aware of that or not.
Welcome to the 21st Futures Conference 'Learning Futures – Futures of Learning', 10.–12.6. in Helsinki
Finland Futures Research Centre's 21st annual Futures Conference will be organized during 10–12 June 2020 in Helsinki, Finland on a theme 'Learning Futures – Futures of Learning'. You are warmly welcome to join us on discussing the futures of learning!
Professor Sirkka Heinonen and Project Researcher Joni Karjalainen from the University of Turku, Finland Futures Research Centre have launched a new international science book called “Electrification in Peer-to-Peer Society – a New Narrative for Sustainable Futures”. The science book summarizes the findings of the four-year Neo-Carbon Energy research project.