World Future Day 2023
Join the 24-hour around the world conversation that young people are having to celebrate World Futures Day on March 1st.
Livestream part 1
Livestream part 2
Livestream part 3
World Future Day is held every year on March 1st to spark a global conversation on the future.
We want to make sure young people are also part of the conversation. After all, it is their future we are all talking about. Teach the Future & Millennium Project, together with partners and friends, initiated the young voices edition.
Want to hear future visions of youngsters and chat together about the future? Then join our online session(s) all day round on March 1st. RSVP Here
24 hour conversations about the future
March 1st is World Futures Day. Together with partners from around the world we will be hosting live events on Zoom to inspire young people and imagine possible futures together. We will start broadcasting at 5pm evening in every timezone!
You want to join this intergeneral conversation among people of all ages. Contact us if you are interested in facilitating a session. You can bring your ideas about the future or just listen to what other people, younger and older, have to say.
About World Future Day
World Futures Day is an annual 24-hour conversation around the world initiated by the Millennium Project in 2014 after Humanity+ launched the Future Day celebration 12 years ago. They organize a 24-hour online worldwide conversation during this day where grown-ups discuss the future. The Millennium Project, a global foresight participatory think tank, will host this conversation for everyone on the future in collaboration with the Association of Professional Futurists (APF), Humanity+, and the World Futures Studies Federation (WFSF).
When you register for WFD, you will receive a zoom link which you can use to tune in on the hour every hour all day long!