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Sessional paper No. 10 of 2012 On Kenya Vision 2030
Geared at transforming Kenya into a middle income, globally competitive and industrializing country with a high quality of life in the next 18 years, Vision 2030, is anchored on three pillars - the S

Author: Office of the Prime Minister Ministry of State for Planning, National Development and Vision
Organisation: Office of the Prime Minister Ministry of State for Planning, National Development and Vision 2030
Publish Date: 2012
Seven Meta-trends and the Future of Learning
Crystal Ball Gazing: Seven Meta-trends and the Future of Learning

Author: Bobbe Baggio
Organisation: La Salle University:Advantage learning Technologies
Publish Date: 2009
Shale oil: the next energy revolution
Shale oil (light tight oil) is rapidly emerging as a significant and relatively low cost new unconventional resource in the US. Global shale oil production has the potential to reach up to 14 million

Author: Adam Lyons, Michael Hurley, John Hawksworth, William Zimmern
Organisation: PricewaterhouseCoopers
Publish Date: February 2013
Shaping Alternative Futures for West Africa: Exploring the Role of Civil Society in the Region's 'Public Square'
The purpose of this study was to develop a long-range view of the major changes taking place in the West African region, and the member states of the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS

Author: Marius Oosthuizen, Joshua Davis, Mari-Lisa Du Preez
Organisation: Gordon Institute of Business Science
Publish Date: May 2016
Shaping the Future of South Africa’s Youth: Rethinking post-school education and skills
Youth unemployment is a demand-side problem as the number of jobs created in the economy is too small. On the other hand, youth unemployment is a supply-side problem because many young South Africans

Author: Helen Perold, Nico Cloete, Joy Papier
Organisation: African Minds for the Centre for Higher Education Transformation (CHET), Southern African Labour and Development Research Unit (SALDRU) and the Furthe
Publish Date: 2012
Shaping the Future: A Long-Term Perspective of People and Job Mobility for the Middle East and North Africa
Two pillars underpin the analysis presented in Shaping the Future: A Long-Term perspective of People and Job Mobility for the Middle East and North Africa. First, increasingly strong forces will be p

Author: World Bank
Organisation: World Bank
Publish Date: 2009
Short-Term Labour Market Outlook and Key Challenges in G20 Countries
In the last 12 months somewhat stronger economic growth than in 2011 was recorded in Japan and the United States while the Eurozone fell back into recession and growth slowed in many of the G20 emerg

Author: International Labour Office, Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development
Organisation: International Labour Office, Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development
Publish Date: 2013
Simulating the Evolution of Global Democracy Levels
This paper presents a multivariate multinomial logit model of changes to countries' level of democracy ('Markov regression'), taking into account the stability of different institutional setups, aver

Author: Joachim Carlsen, Håvard Hegre
Organisation: Norwegian Research Council
Publish Date: January 2007
Six Pillars: Futures Thinking For Transforming
The purpose of this paper is to present a new approach to the study of the future. The paper describes six foundational concepts (the used future, the disowned future, alternative futures, alignment,

Author: Sohail Inayatullah
Organisation: Institute of Futures Studies
Publish Date: 2008
Six Scenarios for Universities
“Today’s stories about tomorrow inevitably face the fundamental constraints of language and uncertainty. The ideas and words that will be used in the future have not yet been invented or lived. Nor i

Author: Stéphan Vincent-Lancrin
Organisation: OECD/CERI
Publish Date: 2004
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