Archive for April, 2014

Photos by Susan van 't Klooster

The World in 50 Years and How do we get there?

by Matthijs Maas On Friday the 11th of April, the Dutch Future Society hosted the event ‘An Interesting Afternoon—The World in 50 Years and How do we get There?’ at the THNK Amsterdam School of Creative Leadership. Moderated by HCSS analyst and DFS president Freija van Duijne, the Interesting Afternoon […]

Complexity and the Art of Public Policy: Solving Society’s Problems from the Bottom Up

Complexity and the Art of Public Policy: Solving Society’s Problems from the Bottom Up

May 1st, 20.00 De Balie Amsterdam Complexity and the art of public policy – Solving society’s problems from the bottom up (Princeton University Press 2014) beschrijft hoe inzichten in de werking van complexe systemen tot nieuwe opties voor beleid kunnen leiden. De auteurs David Colander en Roland Kupers stellen dat […]

Looking back on An Interesting Afternoon

AN INTERESTING AFTERNOON by Els Dragt, reposted from Connectivity Room We Dutchies have spawned some of the world’s well-know forecasters in the past decades. But we only have a Dutch Future Society since 2013. They organize interesting events where international and Dutch future researchers lecture and meet. We visited ‘An […]

CINEMA FUTURA

CINEMA FUTURA

Vanaf vrijdag 11 april organiseert Filmhuis Lumen i.s.m. The Dutch Future Society (DFS) zeven dagen lang het toekomstfestival ‘Cinema Futura’. Elke film wordt ingeleid en/of nabesproken door een van de bij de DFS aangesloten futurologen. Zaterdagmiddag 12 april is er een uitgebreide lezing (gratis toegang) over hoe professionele futurologen naar […]