What’s it like to host Foresight workshops in Southern Greenland? Many take for granted that, when you live in a small community, meetings and discussions between people just happen by themselves, but this is not necessarily the case. In Qaqortoq, ...


Community involvement and future prospects among young people. Why stay in the small town of Steigen, in northern Norway, when you can live in New York, or Brazil? And if it may be a good idea for some, then how do you win them back? In the youth pro...


Boys stay and girls leave, you can often hear, but is that the whole story? Where to live and where to work are common questions among young people in the small island communities of the Faroe Islands. Boys stay and girls leave, you can often hear, b...


Has the West Nordic Council planned or already made use of the Foresight Project? The West Nordic Council, in cooperation with the Nordic Council, is soon going to hold a seminar with the title, “Sustainable regional development in the Arctic,” w...


Foresight sounds so abstract. What use can the North Calotte Council make use of the Foresight project? The Foresight Project has re-opened the discussion on Arctic cooperation in a new way and on many different levels. In Finland, the national Arcti...


The special conditions of the Nordic Arctic called for the use of the Foresight method, with its valuable ‘bottom-up’ approach, for bringing citizen perspectives on future development into regional planning. The outcome of the analysis from the F...


How can we plan for a sustainable future and who should be involved in the planning? The regional policy in the Nordic Arctic faces a number of challenges which has been addressed through a thematic broad and profound study carried out by Nordregio a...


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