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Our goal is to make the library the largest index of foresight related reports, books, and media around the world. We're thinking on the scale of the legendary Library of Alexandria.

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  1. Confirm the content is not already in the library. Searching by title in the search bar is the easiest way.
  2. Confirm the content meets the Hub's general notability guidelines.
  3. Confirm that the content is openly available on the Web. We won't index content that sits behind paywalls, registration forms, or is in any way behind a castle wall.
  4. Submit a new comment in the Discussion section below. Include a link to the content and optionally a brief comment about the topics, geographies, and or time horizons covered if you can.

And if you're able to create the page in the library, please follow the instructions in the library template guide. Many hands make light work!


Narue Paulilo Shiki, 2024/02/23 15:10

The UNDP Signals Spotlight 2023 – a first for UNDP - highlights some of the signals and trends we see emerging that we consider will be significant for development. Inspired by some 500 signals of change observed by UNDP colleagues around the world, the Spotlight highlights some of the most interesting and traces the patterns and trends they reveal.

Answering the question, “What’s going on in development?,” isn’t easy. With exhaustive amounts of data and analysis at our fingertips, the best-informed of us can find it hard to choose what to read, remember and reference. This report aims to help UNDP colleagues orient themselves in a constantly changing landscape by providing an overview of the issues that should be on everyone’s radar in 2024. Among lots of trends reports out there, this one is written for UNDP. It is not intended to be all-encompassing or definitive, but rather to alert us to what’s worth watching across the landscape of development.

Leland Beaumont, 2024/02/25 14:37

What is the next big thing? The Level 5 Research Center is studying the question “How can we best shape the emergence of Level 5?” Many future studies theorists are predicting the emergence of a next level, related to what we are calling level 5, that can bring us into the next plane of existence.


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Last modified: 2023/07/26 17:00 by elizabethherfel