Organisations/people who it might be useful to know about


Futures People

(people looking at crisis/change/disruption, coming up with explanations, talking about possibilities)

General Futures

(see edfuturesresearch.org for list + lists at back of the booklet on that site)
James Martin + James Martin Institutes at Oxford
Government office of Science & Foresight Programme
City & Local Authority Emergency Planners
FAN Club

Economics

New Economics Foundation
David Harvey?

Resources

Vinay Gupta – six ways to die/ Critical Infrastructure Maps

Environment

Resurgence
Quakers
World Changing (Alex Steffen)
Dark Mountain

Accountability

Public Space people – e.g. city games
Occupy Movement

Socio-Technical


Education People

(people developing strategies, pedagogies, institutions, curricula that will help us/students prevent/adapt to/ thrive in crisis conditions)

Economic issues

Co-op schools network
Q – who’s working in/with prisons/prisoners/youth offenders?

Resources

Transition Towns
Dick Moore -- solar-powered wi-fi intranet-in-a-box library, able to serve up 50,000+ books or 100 hours of video to anyone within 500m

Environment

Q – who’s working on migration/ refugee issues?

Socio-technical

KnowledgeWorks Foundation
Human Scale Education
Quest2Learn (Katie Salen)



Accountability


Democratic Education & Critical Pedagogy -
Michael Fielding & Peter Moss
Michael Apple
Paolo Friere

Urban Education

Historically – Colin Ward
Jane Jacobs

RSA – Citizen Participation/ ABC