UNESCO FUTURES LITERACY SUMMIT 2020 8 - 12 December 2020

From 8 to 12 December 2020, the UNESCO Futures Literacy Summit will provide testimonials from around the world that being futures literate changes what people see and do.

The Summit is composed of five strands: A high level plenary, Expo Agora, events and exhibitions, many of which will be interactive.  More than 25 high level speakers will give their contribution.Exhibitors include over 100 institutions participating in the Summit by hosting an “Exhibition Booth” or event, showcasing their past, current and forthcoming projects in Futures Literacy / Futures Studies. 


The Italian exhibitor booths will be:

University of Trento Master in Social Foresight www.unitn.it/master-social-foresight

AFI - Associazione Futuristi Italiani http://www.futuristitaliani.it/

Skopìa Anticipation Services https://www.skopia-anticipation.it/#1

Laboratori di Futuro in classe

We would like to highlight the Round Table:

The challenge of Futures Literacy
11st December from 5 to 7 PM

Live meeting from UNESCO Futures Literacy Summit 2020

Cultivating FL requires the acquisition of theoretical and practical knowledge to make application workable and useful. People need to learn to use the future in proper ways.
Panelists will sketch their understanding of the following two questions: Why is FL relevant in the 21st century? What are the core competencies of FL?
The round table is organized by the Master in Social Foresight of the University of Trento.

Wendy Schultz
Roberto Poli
Sohail Inayatullah
Lydia Garrido
Alinah Segobye
Riel Miller
Moderator: Cindy Frewen - Strategic Foresight at University of Houston

More info on the UNESCO website: https://events.unesco.org/event?id=255234025&lang=1033



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