The future of civil society

24 October 2007 at 8:33 pm Leave a comment

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Andrew Curry writes:

We’ve just finished an extensive project with Carnegie UK’s Commission of Inquiry into the Future of Civil Society in Britain and Ireland, looking out to 2025. We ran eleven workshops across the five jurisdictions, involving several hundred people, and we used the innovative causal layered analysis method to build the scenarios, to help us get to shifts in values. The reports are out soon, and we’ll blog more then.

For the moment the Commission’s chair Geoff Mulgan has written a piece on the findings in today’s Society Guardian. Too bad that our credit for running the process – and for the futures quotes – got lost on the sub-editors’ table.

Entry filed under: future, politics, scenarios.

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The Futures Company was created through the merger of Henley Centre HeadlightVision and Yankelovich in 2008. This is the blog of the new company - but the former posts from the former Henley Centre Headlightvision blog still can be found here.


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