- World Future Day -- March 1 -- join futurists from around the world in a 24-hour conversation about the world’s potential futures, challenges, and opportunities. The online dialogue will start at 12 noon in Auckland, New Zealand and move across the world ending in Honolulu at 12 noon. You can connect to the Hangout session at: MP-FuturesDay2017
- Workshops on Future of Work/Technology 2050 Scnarios
- 2015-16 State of the Future (print and electronic versions)
- Global Futures Collective Intelligence System (GFIS) (collaborative and continuously updated reserach)
- NATO Advanced Research Workshop: Identification of Potential Terrorists and Adversary Planning — Emerging Technologies and New Counter-Terror Strategies, July 25-27, 2016, CSRA, Falls Church, VA, USA
- Lone Wolf Terrorism Prospects and Potential Strategies to Address the Threat
- Futures Dictionary/Encyclopedia (English and Spanish)
- Online course "Azerbaijan Foresight"
- State of the Future Index (both global and national SOFIs)
- Annotated Scenarios Bibliography (continuously updated on GFIS)
- Egypt’s Integrated Synergetic Intelligence System (E-ISIS)
- Special studies
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The Millennium Project connects futurists around the world to improve global foresight. It was founded in 1996 after a three-year feasibility study with the United Nations University, Smithsonian Institution, Futures Group International, and the American Council for the UNU. It is now an independent non-profit global participatory futures research think tank of futurists, scholars, business planners, and policy makers who work for international organizations, governments, corporations, NGOs, and universities. The Millennium Project manages a coherent and cumulative process that collects and assesses judgments from over 3,500 people since the beginning of the project, selected by its 56 Nodes around the world. The work is distilled in the annual "State of the Future", "Futures Research Methodology" series, special studies, and integrated into its Global Futures Intelligence System.