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Join the World’s Largest Discussion on Futures on March 6, 2020

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.

March 1st as the international Futures Day was initiated by the Millennium Project and Humanity+ to raise general futures awareness worldwide. However the day is not yet very well known and our aim is to change that. Futures Day aims at achieving 10,000 futures discussions globally during the day. Future discussions can be organized in schools, municipalities, libraries, workplaces or anywhere, in any community. We are happy to have international partners such as Teach the Future-network and global network of UNESCO Chairs celebrating the Futures Day with us.

The Finnish Futures Day is celebrated March 6 2020. It’s organized by Futures Day team and sponsored by  Futures School, Finland Futures Research Center at the University of Turku, and Futures Specialists Helsinki.

The future will not arrive, it will be done – together. Come and join us to discuss alternative futures on the Futures Day and share your thoughts and work in social media with #futuresday!

Free Futures Day materials:

The English translation of the materials is provided by UNESCO Chair in Learning Society and Futures of Education -project at Finland Futures Research Centre, University of Turku.

You can find translated versions of the Futures day material for schools in Dutch, Spanish, Portuguese, Greek, Italian and Arabic in the Teach the Future -website.

Further information:

Laura Pouru / Futures Day Team / Finland Futures Research Centre
+358 50 3290 711