Future Day London
Saturday, 1 March 2014 from 10:30 to 17:00 (SST)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
What will be the top cities to live in in 2030 and why? What will the war of 2080 look like? Will there be a new sexual revolution, and what will it entail? What will be the big social movement of 2100?
Future Day, an all-day interactive discussion about what our cities, politics, technology, economics and our personal lives might look like in 2030 and beyond.
In a world where politicians, activists and entrepreneurs often don’t have time to think beyond the issues of the day, Future Day asks us to imagine how today's trends might translate to the future, and what new trends, challenges and solutions might emerge in their place, in an interactive series of brainstorming and group discussions.
At Future Day, there are no experts (or you might be an expert, but you don’t need to be one to attend). The focus is on exploration, creativity, and intellectual stimulation: to step outside the bounds of what you currently know, to think on what might be.
The day will be fun and interactive, with a mix of scene-setting futurist videos, small-group brain storming and big group discussions, around a series of questions relating to activism, religion, energy, development and more (if there’s anything you’d particularly like to see on the agenda, let us know).
Future Day was launched by Australian social entrepreneur and campaigner Nick Moraitis (Centre for Australian Progress, Make Believe, Greenpeace, GetUp!, Australian Youth Climate Coalition, Taking It Global) in Sydney in 2010, and has been an annual event since, with satellite events in Melbourne and New York City. This will be the first London event.
Ticket price includes lunch, snacks, tea and coffee. Spaces are limited to fifteen people, so secure your place ASAP.
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