1. This music video was created by a small group of participants in 'Maono', a cultural exchange project in the DRCongo. Students from Brussels collaborate with young adults and artists from Lubumbashi, looking for and imagining possible futures at a personal, local and global level, taking pictures, holding interviews with all kinds of people active in different areas of life, writing and illustrating their own ideas, dreams and convictions.

    This song Hola! is about a future in which all people from all corners of the world feel at home, wherever they are; a future where there is no place for war.

    The creators dream about a world where everytime the sun rises, people greet each other joyfully with

    “Hola!”

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  2. Oliver Medvedik - "Better Living through Synthetic Biology"
    Stuart Candy - "Prototyping Societies"
    Richard Pell - "Test site rodents and Insects Microscopy in 3D”
    Sung-Won-Lim - "HAM stratospheric microbiome sampler"
    Natalie Jeremijenko - "Evolution matters; {code of when synthetic biology is misleading}”
    Aviv Bergman - "Invariant traits"
    Miriam Simun - "Human Cheese"

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  4. What is real progress? This film takes us on a journey of discovery around the world in search of answers to that one question. Among those we meet are: Dalai Lama, Mikhail Gorbachov, Deepak Chopra, Tim Gallwey, Thor Heyerdahl, Peter Höeg and many others. We take a closer look at outer and inner progress, at our values and visions in this time of major change and our potential for creating a world that is fulfilling, sustainable and real. Written and directed by award-winning film director Peter Engberg.

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WFSF World Futures Learning Lab LEALA

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The WFSF runs a pedagogical project entitled World Futures Learning Lab (LEALA) with the support of UNESCO's Participation Programme. This project combines face-to-face education (workshops, seminars, courses) with online education (web-based seminars,…


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The WFSF runs a pedagogical project entitled World Futures Learning Lab (LEALA) with the support of UNESCO's Participation Programme. This project combines face-to-face education (workshops, seminars, courses) with online education (web-based seminars, online pedagogical resources and this video channel). In this channel you will find video's by or with WFSF members and colleagues that we believe provide good input for futures education.

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