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CULTIVATING ANTICIPATORY CAPABILITIES FOR LEARNERS AND LEADERS THROUGH FUTURES DESIGN, FORESIGHT AND THOUGHT LEADERSHIP.

This site samples Nicklas' work and content. 
 

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Photo: Alexander Haakonsson, THIS Conference on Future Stories & Engagement, 2021

About

ABOUT 

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FUTURES DESIGNER, ADVISOR, AUTHOR, FACILITATOR, CURATOR, EDUCATOR & CHANGE MAKER. 

 

Nicklas is the UNESCO Co-Chair in Futures Capabilities, a Senior Advisor heading Arts and Culture, and a board member at the Copenhagen Institute for Futures Studies. Additionally, he serves as Faculty at Parsons School of Design in Paris, he is leading Teach the Future in Denmark, and is the national member of the Network of Institutions for Future Generations. 


He advances futures literacy, foresight and systems thinking with learners and leaders by embeding the disciplines across education, public policy, philanthropy, cultural, and intergovernmental institutions. From innovative educational programs and publications to organizational strategy and experience design, he emphasizes the vital role of art and culture in nurturing public imagination. 


 

His approach is centered on practical application and advocacy through a mission-driven portfolio that encompasses four interconnected missions: conducting research in futures and leadership, incorporating futures thinking into education, into public policy and governance, and democratizing futures through public engagement, arts and culture. 


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