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Teach the Future Announces Singapore Hub

Updated: Apr 12

On March 1, 2024, World Futures Day, the Singapore Hub launched its Hub and its first Teach the Future event simultaneously by participating in World Futures Day - Young Voices 2024.

It is very exciting to see participation from this progressive city and its efforts in increasing foresight literacy through the many activities in their country. Singapore Hub’s conversation topics for World Futures Day virtual event ranged widely from reimagining the futures of ageing, education and the oceans.

This new Hub is co-founded by Jawn Lim, Carol Lim (no relation), Nadya Patel and Cesar Jung-Harada. They look forward to growing support through both activities and partners, and collaborating with other Teach the Hub founders to promote the multinational, multicultural exchange of futures perspectives.

As a community, they are dedicated to promoting Futures Literacy.


“Our hope is that students of all ages are empowered to navigate a changing world with the creative confidence to design desirable futures for themselves and their communities.” —Jawn Lim, Carol Lim, Nadya Patel, Cesar Jung-Harada

Included as partners in this Teach the Future Hub and social enterprises Praxium and Crater, as well as community organisations Singapore Hokkien Huay Kuan and Speculative Futures Singapore Chapter. In particular, the Singapore Hub appreciates the support of Louis Puah (Praxium, Crater), Darice Wong, Edmund Zhang (NextOfKin Creatives) and Li Kaixin for co-facilitating two very lively conversations on World Futures Day.

The Singapore Hub and its partners are offering futures thinking talks and training, future of work/society collaborative simulation play sessions, teach-the-teacher training, and facilitation for FutureOfX reimagining workshops.

About the Hub

TTF Co-Founder Jawn Lim spoke at ESSEC Business School’s iMagination Week in Singapore

Teach the Future SG is a non-profit organisation dedicated to bringing foresight and futures thinking to Singapore learners and students. Its team consists of thought leaders in the local futures community who are passionate about youth development, changemaking and social impact. They are dedicated to galvanising educators, youth and children in Singapore on actively imagining and co-creating the world that they want to live and thrive in.


Get in Touch! Email Teach the Future’s Singapore Hub at

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