International Futures Forum

Founding Year: 2001

Staff: 15


Graham Leicester (Director)

Is a forum that “addresses complex, messy, seemingly intractable issues – local, global and all levels in between – fostering practical hope and wise initiative.” It “supports people making a difference in the face of all that stands in the way of making a difference and rising to the challenge of the moment.” IFF “develops their 21st century competencies for thriving in complexity and their capacity for inspiring and transformative innovation” by providing them with “resources to support this activity and offering them a space for reflection, thoughtful engagement and mutual support.”

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International Futures Forum contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals

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