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SKEMA part of UNESCO’s High-Level Futures Literacy Summit

Published on 01 December 2020

From 8 to 12 December 2020, the High-Level Futures Literacy Summit will showcase testimonials from across the world on how being ‘futures literate’ can change how people see and do things.

From high-ranking leaders in the public and private sectors to activists, artists, students and professors, the summit will show how people can learn futures literacy and the impact it has on all aspects of life, from dealing with COVID-19 to breaking the chains of oppression.

SKEMA’s MSc International Strategy & Influence (ISI) programme and its director Christophe Bisson will present videos and articles by SKEMA students, through a virtual booth, to highlight their works.

On 10 December, from 11am to 12pm (Paris time), Christophe Bisson will be one of the four speakers of the panel “A roadmap for sustainable governance” organised by the World Futures Studies Federation.

MSc ISI students are proud to showcase innovative solutions for different economic sectors to bind short-term actions to long-term consequences, aimed at creating wealth and making a positive impact on the society. Thus, by being part of a global event such as this, SKEMA shows that it takes the lead in building a better society and sustainable development,” explained Christophe Bisson.

This high-level summit will be held online (only ministers and diplomats will be physically present).

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