Webinar on Anticipation and Complexity
Foreseeing a New Paradigm of Human Development
July 21, 2015
In preparation for the First International Conference on Anticipation, co-organized by the UNESCO Chair of Anticipatory Systems and WAAS, a second webinar on “Anticipation and Complexity: Foreseeing a New Paradigm of Human Development” was conducted on July 21, 2015.
This forum intended to explore the Anticipation topics of the conference and build on the WAAS programing on Complexity and New Paradigm. We had a lineup of presenters from diverse disciplines and had a vibrant discussion about the concept, study field, and implementation of Anticipation.
Each presenter was given 10 minutes to address the topic from their perspective and present key points, and then had Q&As and open discussion.
Anticipatory Practices and Methodologies
Anticipation of Futures
Anticipation of Humanitarian Development
|Professor, Department of Sociology and Social Research, University of Trento; Fellow, WAAS||Ambassador, Executive Secretary Emeritus, Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty Organization PC; Fellow, WAAS||Head, Fragile States and Disaster Response Group, International Labour Office (ILO), Geneva; Fellow, WAAS|
Institutional Anticipation (Presentation)
Anticipation and Sustainable Development
Anticipation as a Paradoxical Issue
|President, Ethical Markets Media; Independent Futurist; Economist; Syndicated columnist; Consultant on Sustainable Development||Ecological Systems Analyst; Fellow, WAAS||Associate Fellow, WAAS; Interdisciplinary Scholar|
Anticipatory Thinking from an African Perspective
To Anticipate What We Would Like to Have (Presentation)
Anticipatory Approach in Economics (Presentation)
|Professor, The School of Public Management and Planning, University of Stellenbosch; Academic Director, Sustainability Institute, South Africa||Associate Professor, Institute of Economics and Management, Udmurt State University, Russia||Professor, Institute of Policy and Planning Sciences, University of Tsukuba, Japan|
Anticipatory Capacity of Human Beings
Why should we Anticipate?
Anticipation and Decision-making
|President, What If? Technologies Inc.; Associate Member, Club of Rome||President of Praneo||Chef de Cabinet of the Director-General of the United Nations Office at Geneva; Associate Fellow, WAAS|
Anticipating the Human Being of the Future
|Founding President and CEO, GlobalVisioning.net; Founding Fellow, Global Collaborative Alliance; Associate Fellow, WAAS||Founder, Chief Scientific Officer, Cognitive Edge; Honorary Professor, School of Psychology at Bangor University|