World Futures Studies Federation
The Federation was chartered at the 1973 meeting of the International Futures Research Conference.
Past organization president Eleonora Barbieri Masini said in 2005: "The vision of the Federation is just as valid today as it was when the Federation started. It can still perform the role of a modest bridge between people who are concerned with building a humane world."
Relationship with UNESCO
UNESCO financed the participation of nationals of developing countries in the events organized by the WFSF until the end of the 1990s. Subsequently, UNESCO supported the organization of Introductory Courses in Futurology in the Asia Pacific Region, e.g. Fiji Islands in 1993; the Philippines in 1994. This was followed by funding for Futurology courses held in Budapest in 1999, 2001, 2003, and 2005.
The World Futurology Federation has partnerships with institutions like University of Hawaii, Turku School of Economics and RMIT University Global Cities Research Institute, Melbourne as well as other international groups like Club of Rome.
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