On 18th November we organised a one-day workshop to pilot a foresight policy-engagement tool based on a set of global megatrends. The workshop was also used to gather the experience and good practice of foresight practitioners in engaging policy-makers and other stakeholders in long-term and systems-thinking processes.

Piloting the ForKnow tool

Piloting the ForKnow tool

The purpose of the workshop was twofold: to pilot the policy – engagement tool based on global megatrends and to gather experience and good practice of foresight practitioners in engaging policy-makers and other stakeholders in long-term and systems-thinking processes.

The process

The process

If you want to know more, we invite you to read the workshop report, which documents and illustrates the activities that took place during the workshop, taking stock of the results to support further development of the For-Know project, which aims to establish a repository of megatrends and a tool for using such trends in policy-making, mainly at European level. As such, it does not describe all the insights captured during the workshop, Content gathered during the workshop will be further developed and ultimately feed the online format of the For-Know repository and other dissemination products of the project. The first section provides information about the JRC, the project itself and its policy context. The second and third sections present the workshop purpose, participants and an illustrated guide to the workshop process including the participants’ feedback before we conclude in section four.

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