Millennium Project

The  Millennium Project is a global participatory think tank founded in 1996 by the American Council on United Nations University, became independent in 2009, and has 71 hubs around the world (the hubs are a group of institutions and individuals that connect local and global perspectives).

Purpose: To improve humanity’s prospects for building a better future.

It’s mission: To improve the perception of the future, to make it available through a variety of means for feedback to gather wisdom in order to improve today’s decisions.

It’s vision: To create a global network of nodes, information and software, developing a global system of collective intelligence that is recognized for its ability to improve prospects for humanity.

A think tank on behalf of humanity, not on behalf of a government, or an issue or an ideology, but on behalf of building a better future for all of us.

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Some Achievements

Global network of shared vision and actions  

— 70 hubs (groups of people and institutions) connecting global and local perspectives

Real-time questionnaires (Real-Time Delphi) for rapid international evaluation and feedback

Framework for understanding and monitoring global change  

— State of the Future Reports

— 15 Global Challenges that are constantly updated online

A participatory and inclusive system for measuring global progress.

–  State of the Future Index (SOFI) – Global and National Indicators

 The largest collection of methods of study and exploration of the future  

— 37 Methods, 39 Chapters, 1,300 pages, with international evaluation (Future Research Methodology 3.0)

Global system of collective intelligence for the future

Putting it all together on an online platform The Global Futures Intelligence System