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Join ITCILO’s first Foresight course on October 30th and use a range of innovative tools for collaborative foresight. Purpose-specific futures, foresight and horizon scanning methods can help ILO staff and constituents to consider issues more deeply and to better inform a wide range of work, from policy and programming, project formulation and implementation,

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In the last few months we have been very busy working on an innovation project adopting micro-learning methodology. The microlearning prototype, “A Crash Course on Work for Human Development” rethinks and broadens the concept of work that goes beyond simply jobs or employment. It aims to explain the fundamentals of

Future Foresight Day 1-104

In the Ancient world, Babylonian, Egyptian and Greek seers often relied on the interpretation of dreams to predict the future. While seers are no longer viewed as mystical figures connected to the divine, their vocation – that of predicting the future – is morphing into a new academic discipline that

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I. What is it about? A fishbowl conversation is a form of dialogue that can be used when discussing topics within large groups. Fishbowls involve a small group of people seated in circle and having a conversation (fish). They are surrounded by a larger group of observers, seated in an

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Open Space Technology (or methodology) is a self-organising method that can be used to run meetings for a diverse public in order to address complex topics. My experience in OS is very limited, that is why I rely a lot on picking the brains of those who do this type

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