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Iris Futures - Foresight in Brussels

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This is the introductory presentation of a research prjoect conducted at the Vrije Universiteit Brussel for the Brussels Capital Region. Research questions, methods and objectives are presented.

This is the introductory presentation of a research prjoect conducted at the Vrije Universiteit Brussel for the Brussels Capital Region. Research questions, methods and objectives are presented.

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  • 1.
      • Foresight in Brussels Capital Region POLI group
    I RIS F UTURES Research conducted with the support of Prospective Research for Brussels of the BCR
  • 2. Objectives
    • Exploration of the potential role of foresight for the development of the Brussels Capital Region (BCR)
    • Know current prospective activities
    • Understand local images and views of the future
    • Test methods en techniques
    • Identify use-value of futures thinking to local actors
    • Recommendations and tools
  • 3. The BCR research context
    • Teritorial Urban reg ion
    • Scale 1 research er for 2 years
    • Foresight track record limited for most actors
  • 4. Project strategy
    •  explorative research with open questions
    •  varying research-methods in a single research-design
    Database prospective activities 6 thematic workshops 100 futures conversations L i t e r a t u r e S c o p i n g N e t w o r K W e b s i t e Report
      • Description
      • Analysis
      • Recommendation
    Media content Intangibles
  • 5. Actors and their activities
    • The first part of the research produces:
    • A database of prospective activities in Brussels
    • An analysis of actor types and their activities
    • This is the first ever description of the landscape of prospective activity in the BCR, offering the institutional sponsor (IRSIB) the benefits of:
    • an address book for foresight in the BCR
    • the identification of expertise
    • situating actors and activities analytically in the context of the BCR
  • 6. The database
    • Activities included in the database:
    • Not strictly or exclusively foresight / FTA / la prospective;
    • Explicit time horizon > 5 years
    • Four actor types included in the database:
    • Governement / public administration
    • Industry / companies
    • Education / research
    • Socio-cultural / civic organisations
  • 7. The database
    • Activities included in the database:
    • Not strictly or exclusively foresight / FTA / la prospective;
    • Explicit time horizon > 5 years
    • Four actor types included in the database:
    • Governement / public administration
    • Industry / companies
    • Education / research
    • Socio-cultural / civic organisations
  • 8. Themes
      • Urban infr astructure
  • 9. Themes
      • Urban infr astructure
      • Creativity
  • 10. Themes
      • Urban infr astructure
      • Creativity
      • Learning
  • 11. Themes
      • Urban infr astructure
      • Creativity
      • Learning
      • Welfare & well-being
  • 12. Themes
      • Urban infr astructure
      • Creativity
      • Learning
      • Welfare & well-being
      • Europe in Brussels
    • Drivers and objects of change
    • ICT
    • Globalisation
    • Sustainability
    • Equity
    • Community
    • Interculturality
  • 13.
    • Recognition of local foresight potential in Brussels
    • Recognition of specific local bariers and constraints
    • Evaluation of use-value of foresight methods
    • Strategies to stimulate foresight in the BCR
    • Inspiration and ori entation for all scales of prospective activity in the BCR
    • IF prepares the ground for future FTA with a birds-eye view on the state of foresight in the BCR.
    A starting point for FTA in the BCR
  • 14.
    • IF prepares the ground for future FTA with a birds-eye view on the state of foresight in the BCR.
    A starting point for FTA in the BCR

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