Futures thinking for Global Citizenship

2023, 2nd session Saturday, Workshop

Rebecca Wilson and Daniel Mapatac

“Futures thinking for Global Citizenship”

Duration: 2 hour

VENUE: Common Hall


An exciting and thought-provoking session that will equip participants with the tools and knowledge to envision and build a sustainable and peaceful future! This workshop is designed for global citizens who are passionate about creating a better world and want to explore the power of futures thinking and embrace their identity of being a global citizen.

During the workshop, participants will gain a deeper understanding of the principles and concepts of futures thinking and discover how it can be used as an essential tool for creating a brighter future. They will also explore alternative scenarios for a sustainable and peaceful future and develop strategies for adapting to different futures through insightful discussions.

In addition, they will learn about the Future Generations Act and how it has influenced law and policy in Wales, providing a real-world example of the power of futures thinking. By the end of the workshop, they will have the tools and frameworks they need to think critically and creatively about building a future that they want.



Rebecca Wilson and Daniel Mapatac represent the Welsh Centre for International Affairs (WCIA) which works on inspiring people to learn and act on global issues so everyone can contribute to creating a more fair and peaceful world.