1st Futures Summit: Futures of Education, Work, and Technology

The Futures Summit will delve into frontier technologies in reshaping and preparing human resources to become futures-ready.


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The Philippine Futures Summit is the first scenario and action-driven gathering on the futures of education, work, and technology in the Philippines. Inspired by The Millennium Project Work and Technology Report 2050, UNESCO’s Learning to Become and global futures literacy initiative, and the hearings and proceedings of the Senate Committee on Sustainable Development Goals, Innovations, and Futures Thinking. The Summit will reveal, reframe, reimagine, and consolidate insights and strategies to shape the futures of education, work, and technology from a human-focused, nature-first, regenerative, and indigenous perspective.

The PhilFutures Summit will be a virtual conference to spark conversations and gather intelligence, explore underlying issues, map emerging risks and opportunities, build futures competencies and capabilities to craft antifragile programs and policy agenda.

The proceeds of this PhilFutures Summit shall support Hiraya Foresight initiatives, specifically the research and publication of the Philippine Millenium Project State of the Future Index 2050: Scenarios and Actions, the development of an SDG-driven Hiraya Foresight Toolkit and the democratization of futures literacy.

Leading experts, voices, and representatives from private, public and communities like The Millenium Project, the Association of Professional Futurists (APF), UNESCO, World Futures Studies Federations (WSFS), Asia Pacific Futures Network (APFN), Philippine Senate Committee on Sustainable Development Goals, Innovations and Futures Thinking, Center for Engaged Foresight (CEF), Philippine Society for Public Administration (PSPA), Development Academy of the Philippines – Graduate School of Public and Development Management (DAP-Graduate School), University of the Philippines – National College of Public Administration (UP-NCPAG), and many others will share their perspectives and scenarios, methodologies and approaches to futures of education, work, and technology.

The event is finished.

Date

Nov 11 - 14 2021
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Time

7:00 pm - 4:00 am

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