Administrator's Tool Kit

This form retrieves the reasons given in OCA1

Question: 1.
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SUMMIT ON THE FUTURE


Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 1 MIENTRAS NO SE INFLUYA EN ACCIONES CONCRETAS Y CONJUNTAS DE LOS GOBIERNOS, LO DEMÁS NO RESULTA EFECTIVO.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 2 Summits are useful for sensitizing leaders but their importance for the effectiveness of foresight can be overstated. After 26 COPs climate change has still not become effective foresight



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 3 Es mas que necesario, que los diferentes actores sociales reflexiones mas sobre el futuro, y las diferentes problemáticas.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 4 The summit could play a crucial role in strengthening the global Futurist network, rapidly advancing information dissemination and connecting stakeholders at a multiscalar, inter-cultural level. It is imperative that this summit should not repeat the essence of many global summits of the past, which merely generate vague and overarching policy documents, a series of uplifting speeches, but no pathway to operationalisation - consequentially leaving participants without the tools to implement their newly acquired knowledge. This summit should use interactive sessions to generate real, tangible strategy and practical implementation plans as well as inter-country agreements on projects. To adhere to Commitment 1 Leave no one behind it will be fundamental to design the logistics considering accessibility - i.e. location of summit, bursaries for those without funds to travel, translator support to include diverse languages, etc Ensuring equal opportunities for participation from all countries and all socio-economic levels should be integral



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 5 The risks and crises faced by mankind are real. However, due to different interests or demands of different countries and groups, many specific measures in practice are difficult to be implemented synchronously despite the desire to cooperate and face common challenges. In the face of these problems, we should make good use of the United Nations as a platform to put good ideas into action in specific international economic, political and cultural cooperation projects through various channels.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 6 Una reunion de lideres mundiales es importante en la medida que asistan los maximos lideres y se cumplan los compromisos o se pidan rendiciones de cuenta publica a los paises que no han cumplido.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 7 Las iniciativas aisladas no resultan eficientes, se deben enfrentar estos fenómenos con una mirada sistémica. Eso solo se logra haciendo confluir a todos los actores con alta capacidad de decisión en instancias como estas, pero con agendas claras y precisas que permitan obtener resultados concretos.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 8 Where real issues, emerging issues and probable issues need to be discussed. Ideas generated, possible and plausible action and solutions. The awareness, urgency and most of all call to action where these issues are impossible to be solved by a single nation or even a block of nations. The democratisation of science technology and innovation and the solutions will be a platform for a more sustainable, long term future for the earth.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 9 As we have not paid enough attention to the previous predictions we hve got and taken correspondings preventive measures in time, we are now suffering from the plague like Corvid-19 and globall warnings about climete change. Therefore itis necessary for us to establish an office coordinated and gethered by UN Secretariat to plan and design the global future as a whole based on the research and abservations of the futurologists. The government officials, futurologists, scientists, Astrologers,fortune tellars,ect.form a specisl organization to hold the meetings, seminas, forums to exchange views ideas and observe the results of researches. Report those results to the authority department in time to solve the problems we may face as soon as possible.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 10 (SL begins) I feel this OCA approach is disastrously wrong. A key passage in the preface to OCA is, “Member States asked me to report back with recommendations to advance our common agenda. This report is my response.” Maybe something was lost in translation, but, ‘to advance’, means more, ‘to deliver faster’, than it does, ‘to review’. Disastrous therefore, because, vastly more time and resource (including goodwill) is being expended on NOT DELIVERING. Furthermore, what has been presented is devoid of critical context: in particular, the mapping of current UN activities, deliverables to date and ‘SMART’ targets for the future. Instead, OCA makes only partial reference to the wider ‘PESTEL’ (Political, Economical, Social, Technological, Environmental and Legal) context. One suspects that ‘UN politics’ of ‘deliberate ambiguity’ have gone TOO far. The task to get the UN more efficient and effective at delivering positive changes, as opposed to just yet more reports and summits, needs to start with proper mapping of the UN, as it currently is and acts first. The focus should be on how it could deliver more, quicker, with its current resources, with a view to both some ‘quicker wins’ and informing a FUTURE, dynamic strategic review, planning and delivery cycle (which it seems to lack). In THIS context, an ideal launch report would have been titled, ‘Our Common Asset’. As the world realigns around factions with evolving and different takes on what are the priority PESTEL issues, the UN risks becoming a diminishing side-show, relative to these factionalised alternative multilateral entities. I propose an alternative way forward in the section, ‘What other strategies to consider’, below. (SL ends)



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 11 Summit is an opportunity for serious and systematic futures dialogue, within the framework of strategic foresight (i.e. creating meaningful foresight and insights for decision-making)



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 12 The Summit could be the forum to: 1) force politicians to think long-term and systemically; 2) get policymakers familiarized with futures research as a real field that could help their work and should be taken seriously; 3) develop coherence among policies designed for different sectors and agree on a strategy for the global future; 5) discuss an annual report about potential futures and outcomes of various alternatives; and 5) discuss the threats and opportunities facing humanity and the planet, establishing which departments should address which issues. The Summit could be an opportunity to re-establish democracy at global level, by fostering dialogue in a democratic manner, free of present agenda and double-standard.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 13 El Cambio Climático unido a las condiciones de salud de la población, a las cuales se agregan los elementos de desplazamientos debido a migraciones por razones políticas, de guerra, hambre e indefensión, buscando mejores condiciones de vida, son situaciones que hacen fundamentar la actual perspectiva sobre el futuro, tal vez, mediato.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 14 It is important to bring efforts together from all social actors globally in order to generate employment and income in post-covid times.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 15 Holding the future summit in the name of the United Nations will help to gradually build a consensus on a global scale: as human beings sharing one earth, we must transcend geopolitical contradictions, ideological and cultural gaps, consider long-term future risks, pay attention to the study of the future of humanity, the future of the world, the future of the earth and future civilizations, and jointly discuss how to build a common, permanent and peaceful future for mankind.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 16 Summits are, fundamentally, about dialogue. Without dialogue, there can be no progress.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 17 Such a summit is CRITICAL, YES! And I agree with many other futurists' suggestions about what might come from it - better broad exposure for decision-makers, better grasp of and likely follow-through on long-term thinking and planning, etc., with most entities developing better knowledge of the growing value of futures thinking in the face of growing complexities of issues, rising threats and the accelerated likelihood of lone wolves and black swans. HOWEVER, just one summit on the future is not going to have much impact, if any. Especially if it is organized as these UN and other global multi-nation events are always organized: with emissaries of nation-states paying lip service to the public good while focusing all their energy on fiercely protecting their own goals, working to further concentrate their power and strengthen their position as - no matter what the future may bring - they see their key existential threat as their ongoing competition against rival entities, both governmental and corporate. Page 1 of the Our Common Agenda summary RIGHTLY says: “In our biggest shared test humanity faces a stark and urgent choice: a breakdown or a breakthrough… These challenges can only be addressed by an equally interconnected response, through reinvigorated MULTILATERISM… In preparing the report, we have engaged with a broad array of stakeholders… One message rang through loud and clear: the choices we make, or fail to make, today could result in further breakdown, or a breakthrough to a greener, better, safer future. HOWEVER the report next says, “Our Common Agenda is, above all, an agenda of action designed to ACCELERATE THE IMPLEMENTATION OF EXISTING AGREEMENTS.” NO! This is the loophole they left to make everyone happy - especially those who wish to avoid real change! It is not enough to simply “accelerate the implementation of EXISTING agreements.” A new paradigm is necessary, one initiated out of new approaches that involve and empower NON-governmental leaders and other stakeholders over and above governments’ domination - it is necessary in order to effectively accomplish the overthrow of the tyranny of the status quo. No useful progress will be made if the same old good old boys’ network is left in charge of things. We can’t be divided by national boundaries and save the world and its people. We have to all really believe and act as if we are on the same team. I would like to think that this is possible, and I do encourage the development of ANNUAL Summits on the Future, not just one, but if the tone and truths embedded the written outputs and action plans emerging from these events are shaped by policy teams and pieced together with concession after concession - as all such documents are now and have been for most if not all of human history - I fear that very little if anything will have been accomplished to improve our likely chances for the best future humanity could truly achieve. We can't take decades to come around to doing this right. The time is NOW. Humans - all humans - have to start thinking about the planet as one living organism that may collapse within itself if we don't start working as one, if we don't stop acting like starving wolves only thinking about filling their bellies right now and grabbing as much of the kill as they can. You know, it is sad to say, but many of the world’s greatest futures thinkers believe that artificial intelligence - if tasked with protecting the overall good of the planet and possibly even the Universe - would have to decide to eliminate humans; it's a no-brainer. Can we please recognize this and do something about it? I hope so.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 18 The summit could be key to exchange best practices among Governments and other international public and private stakeholders. It could be like a Futures Davos Forum.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 19 Los diferentes intereses y tipo de regímenes e el mundo determinan que no existan acuerdos y consensos para solventar problemáticas que afectan al mundo



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 20 The summit will help to collect perspectives from many stakeholders from around the world. The commitment toward the renewed social contract discussed in the report could be achieved at the summit level. The political-economic crisis in the post-pandemic in many nations including Sri Lanka with unsustainable debt levels is valuable lesson that could be shared with other nations/participants at the summit to learn and develop the future risk assessments to mitigate such crises.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 21 I agree with all of the responses to this cell and would add the following: 1. Country issues and priorities should be on the agenda, both in the context of the OCA and national future policy and institutional considerations. 2. Summits on the Future should be biannually and as inclusive as possible. 3. Educational options for encouraging research and training for foresight thinking and working should be a priority in terms of global, neurobiological risk.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 22 Discussion is of importance and can have impact. Its vital to be able to take action for common purpose. The base of the discussions needs to be prepared to be successful. Each country needs to do it homework, involving different stakeholders, from young people to different interest groups in each of the countries involved, not only form the political arena.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 23 The idea of UN summit on the future is very attractive. I think that before summit a worldwide foresight program should be organised in which many type of stakeholders could participate. Therefore the foresight process should be organised in online network form. This is the right way to get information about very different thoughts on common human future, to form them into different possible world future scenarios. They can be discussed and valueted during foresight process and the finalized alternative could be the subject of UN Summit. I



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 24 Summit of the Future es muy importante para pensar conjuntamente en las enormes posibilidades que ofrece el futuro desarrollo de la humanidad. Sin embargo la gobernanza de este tipo de acuerdos es normalmente débil, más aún si se trata de temas generales. Los acuerdos puntuales suelen ser más efectivos. Aún así estamos en un período en que las tendencias nacionalistas, proteccionistas, y el creciente número de autocracias en el mundo hace difícil la reflexión conjunta, la cooperación entre países y el someter las prioridades nacionales a prioridades globales más importantes, como lo ha demostrado la falta de cumplimiento de los acuerdos de París por ejemplo. Se necesita buscar un consenso entre todos los países para alcanzar las metas propuestas para el futuro que se quiere, con compromisos concretos y rendición de cuentas por parte de los países.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 25 El consenso de la humanidad sobre la gobernanza del futuro sobre los bienes públicos globales es crucial y urgente. Se necesitan redoblar los esfuerzos de comunicación y compromiso de todos los países porque está en riesgo la sobrevivencia de la especie humana. Los primeros 5 años de implementación de la Agenda para el Desarrollo Sostenible muestran que las metas prioritarias no se cumplen. En el Perú, las entidades responsables el Centro Nacional de Planificación Estratégica (CEPLAN) y el Instituto Nacional de Estadística e Informática (INEI), no logran convertir las políticas y metas de sus planes con proyectos, menos con los presupuestos respectivos. El Ministerio de Economía y Finanzas, opera solamente en el corto plazo prescindiendo de las políticas de mediano y largo plazo. De otro lado, se concibe en la mayoría de los países latinoamericanos que la economía de libre mercado no debe sujetarse a ningún tipo de plan.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 26 We are tending to be more in the pace of our economy based on the quarterly intervals than looking to longterm consequences of what we are doing (climate change is just an example and still widely underestimated, cyber crime is another one, impact of biotechnology, artificial intelligence, and the like need to be discussed in the realm of future impact ). Summits that are addressing these topics are needed and not politicise the discussions. Also make it accessible for everybody, meaning that in principle everybody should understand it.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 27 The dialogue is essential - the agenda could be expanded to consider other kery areas essential to a viable and sustainable future for all - education, health, regulation of science and technology, policy making - the list goes on. Some of the process challenges will be 1) ensuring that the preceding activities and events tee up meaningful conversation at the final summit; 2) that leaders are convinced to take part; 3) that truly meaningful actions can be agreed and followed through; and 4) finding a way to get to a common agenda of priorities when there are such diverse views between nations on what a desirable future could and should look like. (Rohit Talwar)



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 28 Humanity will create the future they want and the Summit will provide a platform for charting that future. We need to eliminate present widespread primitive tendencies in various parts of the world by creating equal educational and economic opportunities for all regardless of race, religion and sex and advance ideas and technologies that can advance human civilization without damaging prospects for a better future. We need to strengthen trust among nations, religions and races to reduce wars. We need to have ways of stopping deliberate human-made calamities that may arise by neglect or lack of future foresight in future or emerging technologies and opportunities like AI, space exploration and build up of destructive weapons. Space exploration particularly to our Moon creates a potential threat to humanity's future if human activities shift the orbit of the Moon around planet Earth. This could spell global catastrophe as pointed out in my book (Adetiloye, 2016) Religion, Science and the Future) and other publications Adetiloye, 2014, 2021, Windstorms, rainstorms and thunderstorms). Hence all space missions to the our Moon and activities there must follow all approved safety protocols and be publicized and approved by UN Space Lunar Committee. All missions, activities and findings of the Moon must remain unclassified to protect humanities future as unguided human activities on the Moon pose a veritable threat to the future of human survival on planet Earth.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 29 Se requiere de acciones conjuntas para la solución de problemáticas presentes y futuras que nos afectan de manera global. Por lo cual, la posibilidad de dar respuestas a estas a partir de una visión futura y de consenso se entiende pertinente y relevante.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 30 The Summit is an opportunity to put strategic foresight at the center of multilateral decision-making. It must be a Multi-stakeholders Summit: States (Governments and Parliaments), NGOs, Networks of businessmen and workers, Universities, Scientists, Think Tanks and other protagonists of the XXI Century society.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 31 Summits give a clear vision of the future in view of the decisions that are taken and the quality of the discussion



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 32 Survival is the eternal theme of mankind. The future summit is not just a seminar for experts and scholars. It should be a forum for all stakeholders to attach great importance to the long-term survival of mankind, especially developing countries. At present, as a basic unit of global action, the state plays a vital role in all actions for the long-term survival of mankind, which must be paid attention to.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 33 I think a Summit on the Future will be very important to draw the attention of different stakeholders to the importance of reflecting on the future and acting now in order to avoid and remedy the threats to our planet. However, I think a great advanced action of capacity building is important. What skills and abilities must be developed so that people can participate in a discussion on this subject in a qualified way?



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 34 Only the UN can bring together the breadth of global issues and the depth of the number of national/cultural participants, as well as the size of its research bureaucracy, to discuss and analyze our mutual global future. I also agree with critics, who say that past UN efforts have been ineffectual, overly bureaucratic and indecisive, and lacking in authority, from the depths of the ocean to the reaches of outer space. Similar international talking conferences, however, have been, mostly, equally so and subject to criticism for their pursuit of relatively narrow agendas and lack of action. Until the past few years, however, I thought we were, at least, making some progress, in the form of the global economy. Recent events have shown that we are, instead, slipping back into a self-centered, multi-polar world, which will waste time that we no longer have. A UN Summit on the Future needs to recognize global threats and global action items we can agree upon. Or we're all dead.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 35 There is a significant need to strengthen foresight capacity in general, but especially in inter-/transnational arenas. It has been quite clear for a long time that rates of technological and social change are increasing. Equally important, but less prominent in general discourse, is that technological and social change are very unevenly distributed - and this is not only a developed vs. under-developed issue. Even some of the most developed regions of the world are denied full access to current technological capabilities for various reasons (consider as an obvious ex. that currently available AI assistants like Google Home only support a handful of languages giving those regions that use supported languages a considerable edge over the unsupported). These two issues (and certainly others) demonstrate the importance of basing policy discourse in carefully crafted long-term future-oriented contexts that take into consideration the many challenges, opportunities and hinderances that face humanity.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 36 Estamos alcanzando y también sobrepasado límites en la ocupación y uso de recursos del planeta. Pensar el futuro es pensar en un tiempo que ya está muy cerca.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 37 El mundo ha cambiado y sigue cambian rápidamente al punto que hoy nos encontramos en un punto de inflexión como los que solo se presentan pocas veces, porque está cambiando todo en todas las dimensiones y eso hace muy compleja la gobernanza global. Están agotándose aceleradamente los códigos que nos guiaban como sociedad e incluso como humanidad, así que llegó la hora de hacer apuestas en común para trazar nuevos códigos que nos permitan transitar juntos hacia un nuevo mundo. Una cita como la que se plantea es no solo necesaria, sino fundamental para trazar esos puentes hacia el futuro mejor.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 38 Row 1 of 6  SUMMIT ON THE FUTURE ??1????????? I believe that the Future Summit will advance governance arrangements in areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report and possibly other ideas that have not yet formed or need to be updated and should be on the agenda on the basis of extensive consultation from the Advisory Committee.According to the findings of the Advisory Committee, the main topics should include: a) scientific and technological governance al public goods and other areas as appropriate; b) advancing governance in globI believe that the Future Summit will advance governance arrangements in areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report and possibly other ideas that have not yet formed or need to be updated and should be on the agenda on the basis of extensive consultation from the Advisory Committee.According to the findings of the Advisory Committee, the main topics should includec) expecting sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; d) a new agenda for peace and security and peace; e) digital technology for global digital contracts; f) outer space, seeking agreements on sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, reach a global system, coordinate space transport, and agree on principles for future governance of outer space activities; g) major risks andagreements; The h) possible agreement on the Declaration on Offgenerations or the Universal Declaration of the Future. ?????“????”????OCA?????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????a)??????b)???????????????????c)??2030???????????????d)????????????e)????????????f)???????????????????????????????????????????????????????????g)????????h)?????????????????????????? 



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 39 - Excellent communication opportunity to raise awareness on long-term issues facing humanity AND to stimulate a global culture of long-term thinking, incentives and commitment. - The Summit would provide a framework for countries to explore the future, and to prepare and benchmark their preparedness capacity.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 40 Though we have seen that summits such as COPs fell far short of realizing the cherished objectives, nevertheless, global dialogues are still the only effective way to address issues of global concern that stretch beyond national boundaries such as climate change, COVID-19, air pollution and others. However, such dialogues would have to be more inclusive and interactive and involve inputs from stakeholders at all levels. In other words, preparations for such summits should involve more of bottom up exercises with informed participation rather than top down approaches imposed upon the stakeholders.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 41 An instance like the summit on the future is very important because we live in times of real danger for the human species. Climate change and other conflicts, such as potential wars and pandemics, must be addressed from the highest level, both at the level of government and collective intelligence specialists in future studies.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 42 A summit of this nature and stature would cross different disciplines and juristictions, and generate a discussion at this level that could be a catalyst outside. It would improve internal foresight capacity quickly, but also it should not become an exclusive club. They may not be binding agreements on their own initially, but this could be the only realm in which future oriented anticipatory governance is focused on at this level.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 43 Another bureaucratic UN group unable to be effective



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 44 I feel this will be another session for politicians to pontificate but will not produce measurable or actionable results. However, it could promote awareness and provide a platform for foresight professionals to be the disruptors in the room. Might there be an opportunity for professional foresight practitioners to present their findings and draw a line in the sand? Could those some people come back year after year and continue to present their findings, using data and evidence to show a trajectory? Might this help the UN body begin to understand the gravity of the challenges facing us and act? I'm hopeful and I think it is something that must be done if we are to address increasingly complex challenges.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 45 La reuniones de Cumbre suelen limitarse a representantes gubernamentales, las personas interesadas quedan limitadas por disponer del tiempo y del dinero necesario para asistir.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 46 Such a summit could become a forum for explaining to global media, and through the media to interested citizens and observers, what is being contemplated and considered. As such, the Summit could become a catalyst for global action, implemented locally. The most likely outcome, however, is that the Summit would be mostly ignored and viewed as yet another gathering for speech making and posturing.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 47 Too many summits take place - these are just events that are soon forgotten, do not have much impact



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 48 Si bien existen agendas globales y nacionales al respecto, se requiere un consenso de prioridades, lo cual es difícil.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 49 It is convenient to prepare for the future, but almost always foresight is incomplete and new developments (war, technology, changes in the distribution of power within the international system, etc.) influence the agenda and change the priorities abruptly.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 50 Pienso que, aún siendo relevante como marco general, son más críticos los acuerdos regionales o entre naciones, pues dicen relación con accciones más concretas



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 51 Summits are useful as tools to present results to the wider audience, and could help promote the relevance of future studies as valuable tools. However, lack of interest from countries and participants, or unwillingness to transform insight into really actionable proposals will limit the overall effectiveness. They should be considered the last step for making things work, not the first one.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 52 Porque en una cumbre no se definen todas las soluciones de los problemas globales, porque hay fallas de cooperación internacional. Además las visiones de país son muy contrastantes, si no hay convicción y voluntad política los acuerdos los dejan pasar



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 53 ya escribi antes



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 54 La efectividad del proceso, ademàs de la firma de acuerdos y voluntades, está en el seguimiento efectivo que se realice, para verificar que las acciones propuestas vayan generando resultados.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 55 These types of summits are important for global cooperation and can foster alignment among stakeholders, who have oppositional views as they are exposed to the insights of other perspectives and rationale. However, the content seems to be very high level and thus implementation of ideas presented here is limited. It would be beneficial to focus on encouraging collaboration among participants with opposing views at the summit as this is an opportunity to moderate a discussion on global issues and a possibility to change or advance perspectives on burning issues.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 56 This could better connect professional futurists with their governments. Gets each nation on the record about the future, that could be analyzed and synthesized for a report by the Office of the UNSG for a “state of national thinking about the future,” which can then become a focus or benchmark for improvement.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 57 Choice of the tracks will be important. An additional track could be State of Science. Also I note that the Summit could replace the function of the World Future Society's (WFS, now defunct) international annual future conferences; interchange information about futures frontiers, methods and topics.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 58 If there is serious preparation and involvement of key countries, it can be a catalyst for raising interest and put policies in action



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 59 On the one hand a summit of the future makes politicians accountable to media ( the public), on the other hand a summit does not in itself make a difference. In diplomacy a summit like this would often be used to promote other areas (geostrategic interest, trade etc), which is what we see with the EU ministers of the future. The effectiveness of a summit would also be dependant of major countries typically the US to driven and push for an agenda.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 60 This Summit, although high level, shall not be detached from other foresight conferences, such as the Futures Conference of the WFSF World conference. Exchange and capacity building will be a key among policy makers, strategic foresight experts, futures thinkers and relevant stakeholders.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 61 Agree that this would primarily be a space for high-level decision-makers and leaders to see and be seen, which is to say that the optics of this event are just as important as the content discussed. Accountability, specifically real financial support, is critical to ensuring that any and all proposals go beyond mere ideation.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 62 Summits are useful for raising awareness, but their effectiveness depends on the political will and commitment of participants. Only in rare cases, their effectiveness is high.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 63 It is important to place the issue of the future in the decision makers of the States or countries at the level of generating changes in the development models of our societies.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 64 Introduction and awareness of foresight practices as an instrument that contributes to shape the global challenges awareness and need to take actions. Enhance “system-wide” communication and coordination.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 65 This Summit on the Future will only be effective if it includes many key participants not part of the UN system itself, but persons who have demonstrated experience and knowledge of the potential, tools and limitations of futures research and action planning techniques and/or who come from a wide range fields and backgrounds and include significant representation of youth. There will need to be a significant element of education at the beginning of the Summit. Also, to the extent possible, the Summit should bar open to as broad a public as possible, because they also need to be educated to the potential and possibilities and reasons for effective futures work.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 66 Forging blindly ahead is always a bad idea. A Summit on the Future can discuss future opportunities, challenges and pitfalls on an informed basis, making it possible to chart a path to the future that makes use of the opportunities, handles the challenges and avoids the pitfall that the future will or may present.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 67 It would be very critical in a better-than-this world, where the scientific community should be the very first to be listened by the governments. In a better-than-this world, wellbeing on Earth should be the target of the scientific community, of course. In a world like this, we can try to be critical - sometimes we get it all.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 68 Summits can provide more visibility to foresight results and provoke changes with the pressure of the public opinion on politics.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 69 We're are at a Fork in the Road, and must come together for emergency action planning



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 70 UN Summit on the Future needs to be prepare with a precise process that allows ideas and proposals to be analyzed in depth and prioritize over time in order to implement them easily and quickly.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 71 This is a critical need and I think that it should be organized in that way that small countries with not so wealthy industry can be involved at least by following other countries and by making copies of some of their good solution for similar problems that all countries have. In that sense, it would be necessary to have once in a year an opportunity to see some kind of summary of all activities.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 72 the world definitely and urgently needs an approach to the future, the long term is already short term if we do not take the appropriate measures in relation to the risks that humanity is running. It is necessary for Summit for the Future to have a sense of urgency and qualify the word future because it carries a temporal distance that leads people to put it aside.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 73 Sharing perspectives formally helps to build needed consensus and highlight problems and opportunities including conflicts to be resolved. This would be a Critical requirement



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 74 These type of summits/conferences are important to keep the matter in review/discussion on a high level of awareness among incumbents and practitioners.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 75 Looking at the whole future of humanity to anticipate its opportunities, risks and consequences is critical today and not tomorrow.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 76 Abre una oportunidad de diálogo entre culturas y aun entre civilizaciones.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 77 Done well, this Summit could have a huge impact.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 78 With so many challenges that we have to face in the future, it is crucial to try to put all countries - especially underdeveloped and developing ones that still face basic problems such as access to health, education, and housing - on the same page so that everyone understands that this needs to be a global agenda.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 79 Great proposal to have summits, but first of all we need a more future-oriented thinking! I suggest to propose an annual summit



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 80 A summit, to have impact, should be followed by national Summits on the Future, that diccuss and complement the global report and global conclusions. This will help to expand consciouness and future thinking. Also the debates should consider the present level of acomplishment of SDG´s by different countries and help those lagging behind.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 81 I think this is important for improving the effectiveness of global foresight, and it is also conducive to promoting more people around the world to pay attention to the future of mankind and our common world.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 82 Awareness and engagement: Establing common ground and appreciation of a wide range of viewpoints is essential



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 83 Se hace necesario un espacio político específico y colegiado, donde se den avances sobre la implementación específica del resto de temáticas presentadas en la agenda. Este debe llevarse mediante un proceso político, que si bien presente como respuesta una serie de acuerdos no vinculantes y declaraciones de interés, será utilizado para habilitar y facilitar la implementación del resto de medidas sugeridas por el Secretario General en su reporte. Por todo lo anterior, el proceso de la Summit tendrá especial importancia para el resto de elementos, pues mostrara de primera mano el nivel de apoyo multilateral a estas cuestiones prospectivas.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 84 Unfortunately, no other options could be provided for the time being.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 85 Such a Summit on the Future will draw global attention to foresight and futures thinking generally (much like the Rio Earth summit did)



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 86 The future of mankind is important



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 87 I agree with many other futurists' suggestions about what might come from it - better broad exposure for decision-makers, better grasp of and likely follow-through on long-term thinking and planning, etc., with most entities developing better knowledge of the growing value of futures thinking in the face of growing complexities of issues, rising threats and the accelerated likelihood of lone wolves and black swans. It is very important to organize future summits that must be organized among developing and industrialized countries to regularly discuss the future of humanity.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 88 The Summit is vital for the goals highlighted; governance and effectiveness in addressing the multiple tracks including capacity for anticpatory decision making, addressing both international areas of concerns and opportunities. Then to also go beyond considering ideas and consultants, and to focus on the implementation [“ Our Common Agenda is, above all ..designed to accelerate the implementation of existing agreements, including the Sustainable Development Goals”. OCA pg 3]. The implementation focus on both emerging ideas from the summit, and previous agreements need a future ready approach. Much like the NHS Cygnus Exercise, a war game simulation or a similar tool could surface learning publically about what pathways that lead to successful implementation, and those that do not yield timely action.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 89 It is important that there is a strategy and goals that enough national politicians worldwide and communicators trusted by their general publics are prepared to get behind and see through.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 90 Al tratar sobre posibles mecanismos de gobernanza en los ámbitos de interés internacional (por ejemplo bienes públicos globales). la Cumbre del Futuro tiene un objetivo crítico para la renovación o actualización de las Naciones Unidas. Tomando en cuenta la fecha prevista de su celebración, ¿es suficiente el tiempo de negociación para llegar a compromisos y no sólo a un acercamiento de acuerdo sobre el mecanismo de gobernanza compatible con un multilateralismo más interconectado y más inclusivo? Tradicionalmente, las reuniones de alto nivel tienen segmentos como los sugeridos en el informe del SG. Todos los temas son importantes. ¿no sería más pertinente centrarse en gobernanza?



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 91 this summit could work as a base to have a realstic approach towards the completion of the SDG 2030 agenda within a realistic timeframe.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 92 Summit on The Future is critical if the intention is not only to produce Foresight Reports but also monitor and measure existing Foresight Projects and Actions. Transversal , commitment and appropriate communication of the common goals, plans, actions and outcomes should be established and respected by all stakeholders involved. 4 or 5 year periodicity is appropraite.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 93 Prior to the Summit, the UNSG could issue some key results from this Real-Time Delphi and/or conduct a Real-time Delphi specifically on the agenda for action to be considered at the UN Summit on the Future.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 94 Think about the possible use of social and more conventional media to carry a live broadcast of the proceedings with commentators who interpret what is happening as in a ball game or the Olympics. Stream on social media.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 95 clear aims, responsibilities and measures, not only on the science and technology or economic side, but also in societies, media and the virtual worlds



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 96 This Summit could rotate among continents, not always at the UN in NYC, but moving yearly to other UN headquarters in Africa, Asia, Europe, etc.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 97 Se debe tener una visión y un panorama claro sobre lo que se va a discutir, especialmente en relación a las estructuras de las sociedades en cada uno de los países y, eventualmente, sus transformaciones debido a las acciones antrópicas sobre el medioambiente.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 98 It is a very valuable opportunity to identify new emergent elements of analysis and to diversify points of view and generate variety in the analysis of scenarios.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 99 Interdisciplinarity and inclusion will make this Summit successful, including representatives from all relevant groups, i.e. Quintuple helix ((Carayannis and Campbell(2006, 2009, 2010)



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 100 In the play Oedipus by Sofokles, a blind man represents he who can see the truth which is hidded (insight and foresight). There is a special form of tragedy that plays out, whenever a child stands in front of the general assembly. Like in ancient tragedies the child, like the blind man in Oedipus, becomes the truthtellers. The child speaks on behalf of countless victims of the future and lay bare the blindness of our own generation. It is very powerful. Giving the children of this world a voice could be way to create an impact.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 101 A summit provides an opportunity for many different groups to come together and explore the future. It would need to be able to connect with a diverse group of people, led with expert facilitators to work on futures thinking practices, and have tangible problems to work through.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 102 Reuniones regionales, preliminares con participación de expertos en estudios de futuro, científicos, académicos, ONG y periodistas



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 103 Engagement from and with decision-makers and leaders, and a space for actionable commitments to be made.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 104 Participation by both recognized leaders and subject matter experts, as well as by futurists to guide the process, can lead to insights that temper opportunities with political/economic constraints, both actual and perceived. Such a mix can provide compelling content for media outlets and rapporteurs that can spark a sense of optimism about the future and our ability to thrive in the face of anticipated challenges as well as surprises. If successful, a Summit would generate enthusiastic support for repeating periodic summits, which themselves could become the/a nexus for assessing and reporting on the state of the future.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 105 Es necesario que se involucren a los actores sociales de las regiones de los países. Esto es un reto principalmente para los países demasiados centralistas. Para que sea mas eficaz, se debe mejorar los procesos de divulgación y apropiación por parte de los actores sociales.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 106 1,Clear goals: Each summit has clear (limited) objectives; 2. Three aspects of preparation? 3. Not always at the UN headquarters in New York, but every year to Asia, Africa, Europe, Latin America, etc??let the world know the importance of future research



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 107 Agencias u organizaciones internacionales para lograr sensibilizar a las autoridades de los gobiernos.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 108 Invite a diverse public and make them speak up. Different cultural visions from different layers of the population and different age groups. Broad reach, for example via social media, but also physical gatherings for global participation



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 109 The summit should signify unequivocally that we are all in this together. There can be no trading-off. That said, the richer countries should foot a larger bill.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 110 In addition to policymakers, the Summit should also include professional futurists to: 1) get policymakers familiarized with futures research as a field and make them understand how foresight could help their work; 2) use foresight methodologies for advancing the works and outcomes of the Summit; 3) discuss various potential futures and outcomes of policies; and 4) identify new threats and opportunities facing humanity and the planet and eventually, how could they be addressed. A Summit on the Future should also include representatives of the citizens (separate of politicians), and of the young generation. The outcomes of the Summit should be clear and actionable.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 111 A set of moonshot pledges on future issues similar to SDGs/MGs must be collected prior to the summit for it to have any real impact.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 112 THE MAIN ROLE SHOULD HAVE FUTURISTS AND NOT LEADERS AND ACTIVISTS



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 113 It should be used as an outside in instrument to cross check the results coming from the strategic foresight report: Are there any other signals that were not identified before? are there any wildcards? It should spark further investigation for coming working groups.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 114 It will be necessary to include the active participation of a broad range of non-UN staff or country representatives in this Summit as facilitators, educators, provokers, mediators because the whole purpose is to shake up the UN status quo and begin a critical reorientation requiring outside intervention. While certain introductory sessions may be required to frame the process and introduce concepts and terminology and such interactive sessions will be required to ensure sufficient understanding for making informed contributions to the proceedings. Also, using social and conventional media to carry live the proceedings with opportunity to submit questions and suggestions to forward the agenda and proceedings. Because of the magnitude of this, it might require s series of regional summits culminating in a global summit that brings together the disparate regional viewpoints into a common agreement on detailed action plans for moving forward the different elements of the futures agenda in the UN system.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 115 Who: suggestions from public participation in addition to experts and decision-makers What: interactive and collaborative platforms



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 116 People have to be aware of the seriousness of all the critical areas. There is a need to give more visibility to the report.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 117 1. Make very short briefs (4-5 pages maximum) and short videos (5 minutes) of action required by national governments and citizens IN ALL GLOBAL LANGUAGES 2. enable an online platform to allow ALL GLOBAL CITIZENS to review actions, report good practices and point out hindrances and what is not working



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 118 It can spread all over the world the voice of the scientific community, and it is important



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 119 The UNSG should organize it inviting key actors who are leading futures implementation in the public and private sector. The success would be linked to an action plan to extend futures initiatives worldwide.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 120 The UN has the leading role in making it successful. Besides, the UN should divide the summit on the future by geographic location to foster the discovery of local problems and solutions, and geopolitical settings (such as developed or developing countries) to discover patterns in existing solutions to be spread worldwide.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 121 It will be successful if the summit could bring regional views from around the world.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 122 - a real commitment with the future and assuming the risks through a Global Document signed by the Secretary=General United Nations together with the Country-Members in the next UN Assembly - the publication of this committment for the whole world - the creation of a Foresight Assessment Department just after the results of the Delphi study - The next UN Assembly should have all governments presenting committment with the future



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 123 Devolution of the responsibilities to regional blocs and continents. These blocs to further assign countries. The Summit must be for continents/countries to report on assigned duties. More action is required than mere discussions



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 124 Governments continue to be the key influencers in achieving common global goals. In practice, we can give full play to the role of think tanks, support influential think tanks in various countries to actively respond to the call of the United Nations, form systematic and persuasive international reports in advance, and influence government decision-making and international cooperation.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 125 The base of the discussions needs to be prepared to be successful. Each country needs to do it homework, involving different stakeholders, from young people to different interest groups in each of the countries involved, not only form the political arena. There needs to be wake up activities in each of the countries, get respond for variety of groups how with help of research involving university and other similar bodies to take part in and take action to the policy in question.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 126 It would be essential to have some really different speakers at this event - a wider range than academia, imho



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 127 Before Summit a foresight process should be organised and run with participation of national and regional and international reprezentatives of business, society, governance, civil society and citizens etc. to find out the new future shaping elements working in our world. This type of foresight activity should be organised as a regular activity before every Summit deals with the future.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 128 Create a Virtual Reality Platform to generate ideas from the identified key factors of the real time Delphi. Access to Metaverse is not a fashion. It can definitely facilitate youth participation, but not only to prepare the Future.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 129 Use appropiate media for that showing in particular the recent Ucrania war situation



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 130 ***Whatever will be done make understandable and accessible what is presented



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 131 Proveer a todos los países un pronóstico de lo que se espera multidimensionalmente el futuro para los países y para el mundo de continuar el comportamiento de business as usual y las medidas concretas que deben adoptarse para lograr avances tangibles en todas las áreas, especialmente en lo que se refiere al Cambio Climático, derechos humanos, paz y seguridad. Se necesita un intenso trabajo previo a la Cumbre del Futuro para con este propósito.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 132 Thematic areas should be identified for regional blocks, Asia, America, Latin America, Africa, Europe, Euro-Asia etc. to be discussed in regional conferences and online participation prior to a global conference with online participation with adequate funding. Players in areas that pose major threats to humanities future, such as climate, pandemics, space exploration, governance/poverty/wars, religious conflicts, emerging technologies etc. to interact with multidisciplinary global audience on global best practices for sustainability of human civilization. UN must set up Special Special Committees to provide regulatory guidelines for all human activities that threaten our future survival. For example, a UN Lunar Explorations Regulatory Committee must be set up to actively regulate, monitor, identify and prevent unhealthy human activities on the Moon that can directly or indirectly affect the delicate geomagnetic and climatic balance on planet Earth. Any such disequilibrium can spell global catastrophe due to dramatic shifts in the spin of the Moon around the Earth, alter the Magnetic North Pole, affect ocean currents, communication systems and networks, cause sever rainstorms, windstorms and thunderstorms that could severely devastate cities, human populations and infrastructure in the near future as many nations rush to explore the Moon for different reasons without censorship.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 133 Participation of both gubermental top responsables and specialists in the matter of discussion and planning.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 134 Emphasis on participation by all nations needed at Summit so all views heard



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 135 This Summit could be broadcasted live through all the continent and could take place in different countries. The ideas to discuss during the Summit could be shared prior to it by the experts all over the world



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 136 Establecer una agenda que permita escuchar expertos desde diversas disciplinas y no políticos. Se necesita avanzar en cosas concretas y no buenos deseos. No pude finalizar con un discurso que refleje intenciones, sino con un programa de trabajo realista, sobre criterios técnicos. Se debe abstraer de la coyuntura política y, sobre todo, de las ideologías.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 137 To establish only a few priorities and define only a limited number of objectives. Be ambitious, but do not overreach. Many times this kind of events set a large number of objectives, which create a large and inneficient bureaucracy to implement them, with little or none effectiveness.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 138 Este debería contar con una representacion de cada uno de los grupos de interés que inciden en la planificación y la toma de decisiones de las diversas regiones. Ademas, considerar la participación de una muestra representativa de los distintos grupos etarios de los países. Esto se lograría, realizando la actividades primero por país, luego por regiones, despues por continentes y al final, una representación global. Esto permitiría ir desde lo particular a lo general atendiendo a las problematicas características de los participantes.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 139 Los asuntos propuestos por la Secretaría General son, como siempre en la ONU, excesivamente generales, neutros, elusivos. El éxito del diálogo dependerá, en mi opinión, de que dentro de cada uno de los objetivos señalados pueda definirse tempranamente uno o dos puntos efectivamente relevantes, seguramente conflictivos o polémicos. Por ejemplo, las consecuencias de mediano y largo plazo de la invasión de Ucrania por parte de Rusia.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 140 Quer me parecer que são ações macro que estão muito longe das reigiões. (No sentido de pouca adequação às realidades locais.) Sim, são importantes mas, será preciso aproximar dos povos e das regiões para que o conhecimento e as ações passem a fazer parte do dia-a-dia das pessoas. Concordo mas, gostaria de mais praticidade na aplicação.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 141 published material of all studies distributed in advance and having the summit all over the world, not only in institutional centres.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 142 - To assure the wider range of social political actors participating at national and regional levels.A balance between politicians and representatives of civil society, academics, scientists. - Address from multidisciplinary perspectives the fracture in the relations between society and State, identifying the main issues that are affecting daily life at local communities. Gender, inter-generational, knowledge, technological gaps exacerbate poverty and exclusion. Can we really think of a common future unaware of what has led to this point?



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 143 Solid definition and explanations of purpose, aims, limits and costraints to the wider public will help worldwide public opinion understand its value.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 144 Es muy importante que los Objetivos y Metas de La Agenda Común sean acordados en cada país con el Congreso de la República y el Ejecutivo y se exprese en los Planes Nacionales de Largo Plazo, con las prioridades, metas y proyectos prioritarios. La Agenda para el Desarrollo Sostenible al 2030, por ejemplo en el Perú, si bien, inspiró una Visión de Futuro al 2050. Este documento, al no tener metas, ni un valor mandatorio, es asimilado por CEPLAN con similar naturaleza declarativa y por los Ministerios y Gobiernos Regionales, sin ninguna priorización nacional de los objetivos, lo cual conduce a que estas entidades sectoriales y regionales se orienten por objetivos de corto plazo, dado que el Ministerio de Economía y Finanzas elabora el Anteproyecto de Presupuesto de cada año y el Programa de Inversiones públicas, sin hacerlo congruente con los ODS, la Visiòn de Futuro, ni las prioridades nacionales. CEPLAN hasta ahora no ha formulado el Plan Estratégico de Desarrollo Nacional para el periodo 2022-2030. No se cumple así la disposición anterior que las prioridades y metas del Plan deben guiar el presupuesto y los proyectos sectoriales y regionales. De otro lado, los actores más importantes de la sociedad civil que producen el 80% del PBI en el Perú, La Empresa Privada, los Gremios, Partidos Políticos, las ONGS, Organizaciones Sociales y los medios de comunicación tampoco son convocados ni por el Poder Ejecutivo ni por el Congreso para difundir los ODS y consiguientemente Nuestra Agenda Común, seguiría ignorada, pese a su trascendencia.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 145 1.- Must be an starting point for the reform of the UN and the multilateral system, to ensure a sustainable future and manage strategic and existential threats to humanity. 2.- Multi Stakeholders



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 146 1. Agree re: online platform for accountability 2. Involve non-state actors and allow all global stakeholders to present and participate to the greatest extent possible 3. Provide clear, actionable recommendations following the summit



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 147 Will the Summit actually address the truly vital questions, or instead get bogged down in politically correct / convenient sentiments? I fear the latter. Alas, the Common Agenda Report shows far too little appreciation of the huge forthcoming disruptions likely to be generated by new waves of AI functionality. Unless that issue is put at the forefront, and the conversation is guided by people knowledgeable about the true risks and opportunities arising, the Summit will be ineffective.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 148 involvement of UN organixations. GEO UNEP model might be helpful



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 149 Summits succeed when there is a clear and transparent dialogue; It serves foresight through the future-carrying signals carried by the results and recommendations of those summits



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 150 This summit should address the different challenges that developed, underdeveloped and developing countries have to face in order to show that some countries has much more job to be done but should be supported for those that have less to do in order to balance and to achieve the global goals.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 151 The vision is blurry and disjointed with the reality because the stakeholders are the main drivers of the issues. How can suppose that the actors of disasters could fix the situation? Only an innovative approach based on the involvement of the local communities, not their alleged representatives will change the framework and the rules



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 152 I suggest to have an annual summit on future! However, we should start from a future-oriented thinking, otherwise the dialogue will be not valuable. It is raccomandable to have different expertise in the panels, also citizens.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 153 Every country in the world should be represented by a trained futurist that speaks the language of that country and has in depth knowledge of the country and its government.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 154 Broad communication of main risks through social networks addressing young generations. And register main reactions and proposals. Promote the creation of Future Units in all countries that could manage and enhance deliberations within governments and civil society organizations



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 155 In order to make it more successful, it must have the participation and efforts of those developed countries. And moreover,we should make better use of social media for propaganda and education, which will help more people reach a consensus. In addition to inviting leaders of various countries to participate in the Summit, the elites in various fields, especially futurists, should also be invited to participate in the Summit.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 156 Es importante mantener una participación amplia y multilateral con una gran cantidad de actores estatales y no estatales, pues esta podría presentar una esperanzadora instancia para la aplicación de nuevos modelos de gobernanza que permitan hacer frente a las diversas problemáticas presentadas por el SG. El desarrollo de la Summit debe incorporarse de manera periódica y temática al resto del sistema de naciones unidas, aprovechando las sinergias generadas por sistemas de políticas publicas internacionales encargadas en organismos especializados de las Naciones Unidas.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 157 The most impactful decision-makers must be part of this conversation: representatives of the main emitting countries and the main economic sectors that emit the most. Leaders of the main banks, managers of the main funds, and multilateral credit organizations. In addition, there must be a leading role for representatives of groups that have been excluded from development dialogues for decades: indigenous people, youth, women, blacks, LGBTQ+ groups and representatives of poor countries (Africa, Latin America, and the Caribbean, Asia) - government, civil society, private sector. The challenge will be to facilitate dialogues and extract innovative ideas and solutions.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 158 Young (less than 35) influencial policy makers with different cultural background are collected to a preliminary session to discuss with prominent futurists.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 159 I agree with most of these comments of others and would add that we must encourage the use of future-language in the summits and throughout so that our leaders make more reference to what if, etc.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 160 Governments and decision makers of concern and those able in industrial countries



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 161 Que en el Congreso se desarrollen herramientas para la implementación de restricciones en temas de cambio climático, garantizar compromisos en temas de seguridad mundial y llegar a acuerdos en fondos de financiamiento para el logro de los principales objetivos de desarrollo sostenible. Es necesario que la Cumbre sea muy diversa en expertos y sea representativa en corrientes de prospectiva. Auditoría a los fondos, que se cumplan las metas del fondo fiduciario y se transparente los resultados por país



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 162 pienso que los acuerdos globales son importantes pero no cuentan con la suficiente capacidad de obtener los resultados deseados porque las autoridades y las poblaciones no tienen suficiente coordinación entre si.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 163 There are two key questions: who gets to participate and what happens after the summit. On participation it is crucial to include voices that are not heard now: minorities, next generations, other species etc. On what happens after it should be clear how the summit influences policies and strategies.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 164 The need to incorporate the voices of the youth in the summit. They will take charge of creating their future when the time is right. We need to hear the hopes and dreams of the young parents whose children are still babies and toddlers, we need the hopes and dreams of children for a better world, and the teens can already start on the concrete futures work and participate in the summit as their own representatives. But the youngest and the unborn generations need stronger advocacy! For inclusiveness - each and every country needs to be represented. There should be a focus also on where we come from - the heritage, the past... So that we can agree on our shared vision for the future.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 165 A summit such as what is being proposed needs to be very participative and include a broad range of futurists, policymakers, practitioners, experts, NGOs, youth, general public, etc. Key to the success of an endeavor of this nature is that everyone involved have a clear understanding of the goals of the summit and basic competence needed to appropriately engage with possible futures. The summit needs to address these needs to ensure that the future is adequately problematised and prioritised in a way that leads to concrete (and long-term) action.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 166 Just the summit itself is not enough to improving the effectiveness of global foresight. It needs real engagement by the stakeholders.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 167 We need a summit to gather our visions, release the strongest voice to pay attention to the future and reach a consensus on paying attention to the future.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 168 The participation of all mankind will contribute to the success of the summit



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 169 Identificar las amenazas y las alternativas con claridad, que las personas alfabetas del mundo puedan comprenderlo y asimilarlo.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 170 See my answers to the first question. Additionally, true representation from across the planet, generations, ethnicity, gender, and diversity in all senses; Processes that engage and allow people to speak in their native languages. Avoid this becoming a forum where futurist compete with each other on being the most insightful.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 171 It is necessary for us to establish an office coordinated and gathered by the UN Secretariat to plan and design the global future as a whole based on the results and predicts after the researches and observation. We are now suffering from the plague and global warming about climate change, because we have not paid enough attention to the previous predictions and taken corresponding preventive measures in time. I suggest that the futurologist. Government officials, futurologists, scientists, meteorologists, Yeologist experts, astrologers, fortune tellers, etc. should form a special advisory board to regularly hold meetings, seminars and forums regularly to discuss, exchange academic views, ideas and observe the results of the researches. Report these results to the authority department in time to solve the problems found as soon as possible. To make Global foresight more effective, we should pay close attention to three elements: 1. hold regularly the summit of the UN member countries because the government leaders are decision makers in their countries. 2. We need to get more and more people like futurologists, scientists, meteorologists, Yeologist experts, astrologers, fortune tellers, etc. to be involved in Global foresight. 3. We need to have NGO, Private sector?enterprises and entrepreneurs, charitable organizations and philanthropists to participate the Global foresight for financial reasons. It is necessary to have future research laboratory of the United Nations. It is the exhibition and seminar room for the research results of various countries. Future research is the common endeavor of all mankind. We should explore and practice realistically from a historical and dialectical perspective. The future laboratory is the center for collecting data and discussing feasibility. Its goal is the goal decomposition model of the overall system. Future research academics should practice the research direction and publish the results in a practical and realistic manner. We should have special envoy for future generation. Young generations are hope and future of mankind. They will take over the Future research and education should take the lead in guiding young people to pay extensive attention to and participate in it?as young people will continue the unfinished cause of our generation?like sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 172 make sure that there are representatives from ALL stakeholder groups including representation for our planet the summit could be virtual with hubs that people could attend or regional sessions to make sure that all are heard and have the opportunity to participate



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 173 Lograr una participación amplia y transversal para que se expresen distintas visiones sobre el futuro. También es importante lograr la participación activa de líderes y autoridades mundiales en la mayoría de las dimensiones claves para la vida en el futuro. Lograr una organización que facilite y permita la convocatoria y participación de las personas interesadas Definir con claridad con suficiente anterioridad los objetivos y la dimensiones que se trabajan en en la cumbre y los resultados que espera alcanzar



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 174 In order to raise awareness as well as comprehension of complex issues affecting various stakeholders, inviting a broader specter of participants could move the discussion from general and high level to concrete challenges in real life. A mix of both can enrichen the summit, if the invitation to such event is open to organizations and individuals engaged in societal change.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 175 It is hoped that experts and scholars from all walks of life will be invited to observe from different perspectives of social practice, put forward multifaceted suggestions (those that have been practiced and those that have not yet been practiced), and find out the plans suitable for human development.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 176 UN is a respectable institution and can trigger a singal in the market. Yet, professional associations may not be that eager to connect with a political setting. So in terms of generalterms this send out a message, while in terms of specificity may have a limited impact.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 177 The Utility both for participants and UN would be aggressive advancing of peer level awareness of better practices among informal communties or state members that have led to bright spot outcomes. Offer some robust measures and benefits for participating governments to optimise foresight orientation, decision making and preparedness. Specifically those in line with the 12 Committments. Highlight what works well. Who is adapting well. How are they doing that. Whats unique about them. How are they learning. How is all of that contributing to “Leave No One Behind, - Being Prepared et al]. The preparatory steps are where most of the creative, collaborative and heavy lifting gets done. Therefore those processes might benefit from having deliberate attention to robust facilitation, diverse participation - citizen stakeholders and orgs, scientists and artists, supported on global online and local physical platforms for equitable access and input as well as concise ouptuts that support UN and state member decision makers.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 178 UNSG have to launch RTD for collecting all important metadata attributes of Future society. Metadata attributes of Future society could be formed and published by special RTD



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 179 You need a board with a wide range of diversity in age, culture, gender, professions, social status. The summit needs a side programm in which creative thinking, gaming and discussion is possible to create futures and pathways independet from current patterns.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 180 First, the aim to set a planetary strategy for achieving equilibrium in human affairs by 2050, or, more simply, to set clear long term goals. Secondly, to get national politicians of mature stature from as many countries as possible actively involved. Thirdly, to get polymaths who are first class communicators with and respected by the public involved. In the UK this would be people like Sir David Attenborough (although he is now 95 years old.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 181 The summit must have a practical outcome. It has to popularise the global challenges detected in the future studies and provide practical recommendations. It needs a media coverage on international basis. It should not be another conference on future studies but the floor for leading experts on the subgect.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 182 Es fundamental que quienes participen, sean tomadores de decisiones, no representantes. Para mejorar la efectividad de los procesos, es esencial trabajar sobre documento/s de compromisos previos al encuentro, de forma tal que se respalde lo previamente concertado.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 183 La visión del multilateralismo del Informe del SG abre la puerta a mayor participación de partes interesadas e interlocutores, además de los gobiernos de los Estados miembro. Sería necesario, entonces, garantizar la presencia y participación de otros interlocutores durante la preparación de la Cumbre y en la propia cumbre, con claridad en el tipo de participación que tendrían Es un trabajo a realizar por la Secretaría General y el representante del SG en los países, a nivel país y región, identificando a los actores que den voz a diferentes grupos de la sociedad y de los gobiernos. El material de la discusión tendría que estar acotado a lo que se espera de la Cumbre



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 184 The Summit should be organised in a co-creative and interactive way. Brief talks by different opinion leaders of serious futures researchers would feed ideas and inspiration for a common discussion and elaboration by the participants. The aim could be twofold: 1) inspiring and setting the scene for future challenges; and 2) ideation and elaboration of needed steps and measures for tackling the challenges. The ultimate goal would be futures resilience - that is beyond futures literacy. Futures resilience means surviving and overcoming crises and conflicts through futures consciousness that understands that managing the crises is not the goal, but living in the crises, living with the crises, so that the negative impacts are minimized and in the best case various crises are inhibited before they escalate.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 185 Enable an easy access to multiple actors from across the globe, taking into consideration the impact of climate change, social crisis or other phenomena that could avoid people from vulnerable communities to have a voice in the summit



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 186 Propose a workable agenda that does not collide but complement the conversations held in other forums. Make it open to civil society, private sector and academic sector.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 187 UN members, Futurists and Foresight organizations, associations, academic and corporate. Diversity in generations and gender. Location: rotate among continents.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 188 Real-time Delphi need to be conducted prior to the summit as a part of the preparatory phase.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 189 For the instance to be effective, representatives of high-powered companies and government should be invited to make decisions, so that there is a space for direct dialogue. Companies and governments have an important role, companies because they drive the economy and governments because they have military power and that is a threat.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 190 Naturally futures research networks, and those connected with applied foresight, national foresight and new areas like anticpation studies should be at the core, however in considering the themes to be addressed, especially future generations and lawmaking - the nexus of those involved is much wider. In this way an understanding of how to implement issue based agendas will be further informed. Learning from advances in participatory decision making should be employed - so as to avoid only expert keynote presentations.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 191 The Summit must be related to a permanent UN collective intelligent process to allow knowledge co-creation, and broad and rich interactions. Participants: multiple and diverse, but with high level inter and transdisciplinary knowledge future oriented expertise



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 192 There should be some good ideas from this study to share with member states before the Summit. A future-oriented survey should given to all Member States six months prior to the Summit and results should be shared with all Member States two months before the summit to encourage bold new incentives, programs, concepts for the future of humanity.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 193 Offer a prize for best new incentives as determined by vote of the attendees at the summit or registered on line.Prize might be a paid-for visit to the futures lab.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 194 1. Call for participation on Projects with enough time in advance (2 years) before he Summit. 2. Publish this Delphi study report outcome and make communication webinars to promote engagement and participation. 3. Provide and publish prior Foresight REports from the previous years. 4. Ask for involvement and contribution to all regional Futurist associations: APF; FEN, Millenium Projects, , FTI, IFTF, Copenhagen I for the Future, etc. 5. Ask for volunteers 6. Call for papers to work on desired and needed Foresight Initiatives related to the fields part of Summit of the Future.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 195 Esta es una respuesta difícil de establecer dado que las debilidades mostradas por la organización frente a los desafíos actuales, especialmente la resolución de los conflictos debidos a la guerra y la burocracia que evita acciones efectivas y rápidas, conforman un panorama muy poco auspicioso y con una serie de obstáculos que son intrínsecos a la propia organización y que si no se corrigen, tenderán a hacer poco factible su actuar.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 196 Open and transparent, ideally broadcasted live! Representatives voted from the public shall have access to ensure intersectionality and gender equality, representation from youth as well as vulnerable groups.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 197 Agreed on the need for participation, and there should be alternative spaces where less formal and more exploratory approaches and processes can be used. In short, this event should have both cathedral (formal) and bazaar (informal) spaces for participants to engage.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 198 Structure the Summit to attract and support public interest, educating the world about the state of the future, rather than as yet another dry, esoteric international conference. There will be other opportunities to dig into the specifics and provide for exchanges among specialists. This Summit should be optimized to attract and hold public eyeballs and minds.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 199 Llegar a las diferentes comunidades de los territorios



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 200 Step 1: To create and environment of trust among social actors Step 2: Prioritise collectively the strategies for employment and income generation Step 3: To sign an agreement between multimillionaires from the five continents in order to support projects led by social productive organisations Step 4: To monitor and follow-up these projects



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 201 1. Before the meeting, two to three representative non-governmental international organizations will be organized to study the main objectives of the summit and send them to delegations for reference before the summit, so as to facilitate consensus 2, seriously consider and study the reform of the United Nations



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 202 Pay attention to the planning models of the different countries and develop proposals for long-term thinking sustained over time.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 203 create sub communities for local participation.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 204 Heads of states could be invited to share with one another, behind closed doors, what is on their personal minds. Acknowledging vulnerabilities might help build like-mindedness and cooperation.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 205 The present crisis of multilateralism due to war in Ukraine



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 206 Inviting world leaders to bring contributions as well as innovators, forwards thinkers to enlarge spectrum of opportunities and divergent thinking



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 207 One might want to think of this as fundamentally a consciousness raising process, and therefore known effective processes for such should be liberally employed. Also, sufficient time should are allowed for participants to absorb and process the information and concepts and then figure out how best to apply them to the UN system. Open, transparent, live broadcasts that allow for viewer/listener inputs and queries would allow for the kind of public engagement that there is never enough of in UN summits.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 208 a global participatory platform for individuating early signal should be the base for the activity. there should be a way to really make people pursue what comes out from the process.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 209 No lessons learned. We are in a war period. We are in the middle of climate change. We are experiencing new kind of pandemics. What humankind learned from the past? Nothing. About nothing. Although, we cannot lose the hope. We have to reach the political decisors, and make them listen our arguments.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 210 Work in close cooperation with futures leaders and practiciones, such us the Millennium Project, Foresight Europe Networt, RIBER-Iberoamerica, APF, etc.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 211 Country specific push factor is required for the summit and commitment is required from individual nations government level.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 212 To implement an yearly Futures Summit just like the Climate Summit including new generations



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 213 The first step is to have foresight units in all UN member states. The Covid 19 lesson is for all to see and remind everyone of the importance of foresight.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 214 The consistency of views among the permanent members of the United Nations is very important. This consistency should be reflected not only in ideas, but also in concrete actions. If there is only joint cooperation at the meeting but no specific action plan, the effectiveness of the summit will be greatly affected.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 215 Members countries need to their homework before this session, build a infrastructure to take on possible proposals or ideas of success. Mape out those who can be main players in implementing necessary programs for different actions. This could be done in parallel with the debate before the conference. Involving research groups, action groups, government institutes etc



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 216 Active state and integration level participation makes possible to get a lot of information about future thinking of other partners. It would be useful to use an online platform for carrying out the whole foresight process. The risk of the foresight that should run before Summit is foresight process could be unfinished and alternative futures could stay rougly outlined. It would be desirable if every nation and regional organization and UN have foresight units that work on future problems of different types continuously.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 217 Create a plateform dedicated to the preparation of the summit in real time in order to ensure coordination between all the participants and to follow the projects in progress, upstream of the holding of the summit.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 218 Updated information concerning economic and social impacts the Sanitary and Climate crisis.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 219 ***Results should be actionable, e.g. it should be part of the curricula of (high) schools... We need that future orientation asap



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 220 Se necesita un trabajo diplomático intenso previo a la Cumbre del Futuro para que países que tienen grandes rivalidades entre sí y que no cooperan normalmente en acuerdos internacionales, estén dispuestos a participar y a comprometerse con acciones específicas para que el mundo pueda alcanzar el mejor futuro posible.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 221 To be able to harvest the largest pool of human intelligence on our common future, the conference should be organized at several stages, through online and physical participation at regional levels on selected thematic areas and the report will be collated and studied to assist in making preparations for a manageable global summit on the future. The regional level submit will bring out the peculiar challenges of each region and how we can globally address the challenges. The summits should be well publicized and all stakeholders in different sectors and disciplines should be able to contribute to the regional and global summits.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 222 Experiences like COVID-19 response at a global level, can provide inputs as to things that should be avoided and improved upon.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 223 There should be something that could bring the UN strategies to every day life of ordinary people all over the globe. UN and its strategies should not be a matter of the governments only. It should not be closed from ordinary people. May be free streamed channel which broadcast the news, the ideas, the strategies.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 224 Establish follow up meetings and agreeing on strict criteria of accountability. Create a team to do the basic woark, but keep it tight and under severe control by the governments and other actors involved.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 225 Lo primero es realizar acciones que aporten la participación de todos los países. Para esto, se deberán identificar acciones que permitan la consertación y creación de sinergias para lograr el objetivo propuesto. Debe tenerse en cuenta, que cada uno de los actores del proceso, posee un contexto bajo el cual presenta problemáticas y genera respuestas a partir de ellas, por lo cual, es importante situar a cada uno en el futuro donde pueden observarse las distintas situaciones con un mayor margen de objetividad.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 226 Aumentar a divulgação. Criar escritórios locais, ou nomear agentes locais, ou representações, que possam aumentar a divulgação em pequenas comunidades.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 227 presentation of a progress of each country on the next summit sent 2 months in advance to all participants



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 228 A Summit of the future, as an entry point, requires to learn from the various consequences that have been altering States behavior as a result of implementing the economic structural adjustment applied at a global scale in the 1980s. Excess of public resources privatization, free markets overwhelming predominance in fixing economic policies, for a long period has been disrupting continuously state capacity to maintain the minimum of social tissue required for shaping citizens new perspectives for resiliency and adjustments. The effect is a cultural transformation in daily life, expressing the decay of the public space: riots, violence,corruption,crime and delinquency. In LA the social revolts, have a common pattern: state abandonment, and a population embedded in a fractured relationship towards society as whole.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 229 The Summit need previous disemination, all over the world and in the global and local community, the MP study and other inputs from think tanks and universities. At the same time, a people consultation, similar what was made by SG Guterres prior to his Inform Our Common Agenda during 2021.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 230 1. Agree with formal, high-confidence presentations, and exploratory workshops 2. Secure support for funding global public goods 3. Identify pathways for non-state actors to provide global public goods eg. research on strategic threats



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 231 Ahead of the Summit, participants should read The Singularity Principles: Anticipating and Managing Cataclysmically Disruptive Technologies, available via https://transpolitica.org/projects/the-singularity-principles/



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 232 Transform the decisions and recommendations made at the Summits into decisions that are binding on the countries that have agreed to them; urged countries to immediately implement it



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 233 Its necessary to understand the status of each group of countries (developed economies, economies in transition and developing economies) with a big survey and try to focus in the main challenges that could be addressed.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 234 Inviting governmental leader, stakeholders, citizens etc. to have all the expertise. It is important also to have a clear platform where the data, info, discussions are included.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 235 the chances of success will depend on the ability to connect global and national risks in the long term with daily life urgencies. The fate of the future generations is the major motivation for families. They will accept restrictions now if new initiatives will deliver more benefits to their children tomorrow. And this relates to a new Social Pact and the provision of basic goods and services for all. This is critical for gaining a higher level of trust needed to change course.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 236 Before the Summit, a global platform should be established to induce more people who care about the future of the world and mankind to speak freely, so as to sort out some key issues that they hope to discuss at the Summit, rather than talking about some topics in general without a clear goal.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 237 El Summit debe acompañarse de una gama de pre-discusiones que permitan el enfoque de la reunión en conseguir insumos útiles para las siguientes reuniones y para el accionar del resto de la ONU y su sistema internacional. La generación de planes de políticas y metas de desarrollo deben ser realistas, graduales y contar con el apoyo transversal de agentes estatales y no estatales, para una correcta reunión de esfuerzos en estas áreas.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 238 There is a need to be very well promoted and to attract people based on quadruple-helix principle.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 239 A massive communication and advocacy strategy must be in place, making the importance of this event understood by all social groups in all UN member countries. This is a very complex and challenging task. However, the UN can take advantage of the capillarity of its national agencies and its partners - everyone must be involved in this task of mobilization and convincing. Information and concepts must arrive in simple language at the local level and in strategic language to engage leaders at all levels and sectors. The COVID pandemic, the effects of climate change, and the impacts of the war in Ukraine should always be used as an example to convince people about the importance of the issues raised in the Common Agenda. Finally, having a strong governance strategy that transforms listening into actionable plans, with leadership commitment to resource allocation and continuous monitoring and evaluation, feeding transparent information systems so that society as a whole can be informed.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 240 Economically Boycotts to non responsive states



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 241 The UN should support a worldwide effort to educate everyone in futures thinking, as a part of critical thinking in basic education. Based on the methods taught, the UN should provide a database of inputs to futures thinking that has common formats, including text and multimedia, multi-lingual representations of data, art, and sensory representations, for which all levels of literacy and cultural understanding can take part in futures research.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 242 Debe considerarse la conformación de comités de seguimiento de los principales temas de la agenda de la cumbre. Construir una agenda global al 2040 y 2050 con la participación de gobierno, empresas y organizaciones sin fines de lucro. Mejorar el control del Fondo Fiduciario, dirigido a proyectos que sean plenamente evaluados y sostenibles. Incluir más políticas demográficas en los países con más crecimiento poblacional. Lecciones: dado que en muchos casos los países no cumplen los acuerdos, es necesario reforzar los acuerdos y darles seguimiento continuo. Deben funcionar mejor los fondos mundiales de vacunas y de salud para los países más vulnerables. Mejorar la descentralización por tema para evitar que los países actúen desalineados, es necesario medir los avances. Incluir penalizaciones por incumplimiento a los países en los acuerdos globales de ambiente, salud, paz, género y otros temas globales de importancia. Para el financiamiento de proyectos de cambio climático y otros ODS deben construirse comisiones técnicas por región, que den seguimiento a los proyectos y evalúen su impacto



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 243 The Summit on the Future needs to involve more than politicians, lobbyists, expert scientists, and celebrity activists. It should also involve a selection of ordinary people reflecting on their own lives and their cultural practices (I mean cultural in the ethnographic sense describing how people make sense of the world and live their lives accordingly). They will represent the billions of ordinary people.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 244 The EU futures conference could be used as a benchmark.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 245 Everyone should be able to participate - an online virtual forum, dialogue for those who have the tools and internet connection + the skills to use the computer, but we also need physical meetings/dialogues on the ground level with marginalized groups. It has to be as inclusive as it can be - and from different perspectives - people in different cultures and different socio-economic and age groups do not have the same opportunities to participate and have their say. Participation has to be built on many levels to reach all groups whose voices need to be heard. Nations have to do the most ground work in the own languages and in their own communities to make sure that having a say is possible for as many as possible.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 246 The main step is to somehow guarentee the stakeholders will indeed engage in Foresight



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 247 To learn from the United Nations Environment summit, first of all, we need to issue a common declaration at the national level. Then Prioritise collectively the strategies for employment and income generation. At last to monitor and follow-up these projects.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 248 The summit should be organized by developed countries.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 249 Lenguaje claro, representación clara del futuro. La ignorancia derivada del uso recurrente del volcabulario tecnicista impide que las personas asimilen la situación en que nos encontramos. Los sistemas de instrucción pública debieran ser parte de la difusión de estos temas. El populismo, que se basa y fomenta las interpretaciones básicas de los problemas que afectan a la humanidad atentan contra el respaldo de las personas a las iniciativas internacionales que urge aplicar en todo nuestro planeta.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 250 Multiple pre-summits for different communities – physical and virtual. Experimentation with processes. National level dialogues. Bring this into schools. Turn it into a catalyst for thinking about the future and embedding it. Encourage other global economic, social, and business forums to run similar exercises e.g. Davos, global association conferences, etc.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 251 Opportunity: 1) the Summit can foster democracy at global level through transparent dialogue, free of the current agenda and double-standard; 2) get a sense of the will of the majority of the citizens and collect input/ideas on issues of concern ahead of the Summit through an online platform open to everyone. The inputs can be first distilled using some clustering software and then further debated by experts in the respective domains. Obstacle: continuity of the current use of the UN for justifying policies and actions serving special interests of a few.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 252 It is hoped that experts and scholars from all walks of life will be invited to observe from different perspectives of social practice, put forward multifaceted suggestions (those that have been practiced and those that have not yet been practiced), and find out the plans suitable for human development.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 253 The only obstacle I can think about is forcing a certain direction or stripping off content.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 254 There are lessons learned from diverse international summits (UN and other), in which there is no real dialogue, listening, conversation. People tend to come with position statements created in advance, and simply deliver them. In order for a summit like this to work, there must be enough time allocated to real dialogue organized in diverse forms.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 255 The Summit is vital for the goals highlighted; governance and effectiveness in addressing the multiple tracks including capacity for anticpatory decision making, addressing both international areas of concerns and opportunities. Then to also go beyond considering ideas and consultants, and to focus on the implementation [“ Our Common Agenda is, above all ..designed to accelerate the implementation of existing agreements, including the Sustainable Development Goals”. OCA pg 3]. The implementation focus on both emerging ideas from the summit, and previous agreements need a future ready approach. Much like the NHS Cygnus Exercise, a war game simulation or a similar tool could surface learning publicly about what pathways that lead to successful implementation, and those that do not yield timely action. Features: The Utility both for participants and UN would be aggressive advancing of peer level awareness of better practices among informal communties or state members that have led to bright spot outcomes. Offer some robust measures and benefits for participating governments to optimise foresight orientation, decision making and preparedness. Specifically those in line with the 12 Committments. Highlight what works well. Who is adapting well. How are they doing that. Whats unique about them. How are they learning. How is all of that contributing to “Leave No One Behind, - Being Prepared et al]. The preparatory steps are where most of the creative, collaborative and heavy lifting gets done. Therefore those processes might benefit from having deliberate attention to robust facilitation, diverse participation - citizen stakeholders and orgs, scientists and artists, supported on global online and local physical platforms for equitable access and input as well as concise ouptuts that support UN and state member decision makers. Steps: One vital measure of success of such a summit might be the establishing and communicating the action and learning effectiveness of previous or similar summits. This can support a better understanding of what actions, conditions, behaviour and actors can be part of the solution for each pillar, and likewise which ones may collaborate and contribute to stalemate. This is in line with a few of the commitment pillars 6, 11, 12 related to rapid learning [Global and National Listening and Envisioning the Future Exercises, Building Trust, Long Term Thinking via Futures Labs et al.] Consider leveraging futures lab prototypes or other collaborations to prepare these systems maps as pre-summit content : 1. Our Learning - Pathways leading to Implementation, including Scenarios and Conditions for making implementation progress 2. Our Learning- Pathways of Anti-Implementation : Scenarios that Barriers for effective progress. 3 War Game this process to determine the learning needed for genuine action steps. Consider making such a simulation public or even experiment by running some of it online. This might be handy for internal teams as well as offer a strong case for potential participants to engage but then also galvanise support and trust for future and localised summit efforts.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 256 It would be very difficult to fond enough able politicians and communicators.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 257 1. Summit should be fundamentally prepared. It needs collctively created programme; 2. Participants should be high class experts from different countries (even from so called rough countries) 3. Summit needs international media coverage 4. Final results should be publish at least in all official UN languages.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 258 Es interesante la decisión del SG de solicitar a una Junta Consultiva de Alto Nivel que trabaje a partir de las ideas de su informe. Los resultados del trabajo de la Junta serían la base de las deliberaciones en la Cumbre. Ese material, en el formato que decida el SG, tendría que distribuirse en la fase preparatoria tanto entre ls gobiernos como entre otros interlocutores de gobiernos subnacionales, parlamentos, sociedad civil. academia. Sería indispensable establecer un calendario de reuniones informativas coordinadas por un grupo ejecutivo de Naciones Unidas, de oficinas vinculadas al tema de gobernanza.Es decir, que sea responsabilidad del Sistema la conducción del proceso, sobre quienes recaerá la responsabilidad de su ejecución. La difusión desde NU es relativamente escasa y se requiere un acercamiento que vaya más allá de los expertos y especialistas



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 259 Encourage the Member States to send in advance similar inputs as this study is inquiring. Member States should nominate people as Champions of the Future, selected to be companions and focal points to other instances, like the Special Envoy for Future Generations.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 260 More understanding among the nations and willingness to rise above narrow national interests to reach a global consensus are the prerequisites for success.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 261 Strengthen the space for dialogue between business and government: history teaches us that many companies, especially those dedicated to the energy sector, have been largely responsible for pollution, and at the same time governments have been protagonists in initiating military conflicts. A space for dialogue is mandatory for the success of peace initiatives and a better world, as it is the basis of the desire of the United Nations as an institution and as a common citizen of the world.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 262 crucial themes must be addressed, that are framed well, as not to be the futures of anything and everything. However, they must ALWAYS be thinking about the interconnected issues not initially seen as directly connected. Not only technological solutions. This may be a problem to face, as the foresight field does have its biases. The Summit might not always work, it is representative of the cause - and the high level of dialogue about futures. How to generate legitimacy? UN naturally has this.



Detailed Question: “Summit of the Future” will advance ideas for governance arrangements in the areas of international concern mentioned in the OCA report, and potentially others, where governance arrangements are nascent or require updating. It would be preceded by preparatory events and consultations. The Summit would most appropriately be held in conjunction with the high-level week of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly and could include high-level tracks on: a) Advancing governance for global public goods and other areas, as appropriate, in the light of the findings of the Advisory Board; b) Anticipating sustainable development and climate action beyond 2030; c) Peace and security, for the new agenda for peace; d) Digital technology, for the Global Digital Compact; e) Outer space, to seek agreement on the sustainable and peaceful use of outer space, move towards a global regime to coordinate space traffic and agree on principles for the future governance of outer space activities; f) Major risks and agreement on an Emergency Platform; Succeeding generations, for possible agreement on a Declaration on Future Generations. (from OCA page 55, item 103)
REASON: 263 I want to suggest pre-Summit activities, like we have in preparation to G7. We could have a working group per megatrend (maybe 5-7 megatrends) which gathers foresight results from communities of experts and non-experts. Each megatrend group to release a briefing book ahead of Summit. In addition, the UN country chapters should hold national conversations pre-Summit to increase participation and buy-in. Some rock star endorsement is needed along with strict governance and tracking of Summits outcomes and work-in-progress to make the Summits as important and relevant as COP-meetings. Summit also carry a message of hope: we can foresee and address long term challenges today



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TRUSTEESHIP COUNCIL AS A MULTI-STAKEHOLDER FORESIGHT BODY
Detailed Question: The activities of the Trusteeship Council have been suspended since 1994. Previous commissions and secretaries general, along with some Member States, have proposed a repurposing of the Council to enhance the governance of the global commons. Building on these ideas, and as part of the follow-up to Our Common Agenda, I invite States to consider making the Council available as a multi-stakeholder body to tackle emerging challenges and, especially, to serve as a deliberative forum to act on behalf of succeeding generations. Among other tasks, it could issue advice and guidance with respect to long-term governance of the global commons, delivery of global public goods and managing global public risks.(From OCA, page 77)
REASON: 264 I feel that an environment of free exchange away from publicity may be more helpful than summits. The Committee for the Future of the Finnish Parliament is a good example of a forum that enhances the value of, and commitment to, foresight.



Detailed Question: The activities of the Trusteeship Council have been suspended since 1994. Previous commissions and secretaries general, along with some Member States, have proposed a repurposing of the Council to enhance the governance of the global commons. Building on these ideas, and as part of the follow-up to Our Common Agenda, I invite States to consider making the Council available as a multi-stakeholder body to tackle emerging challenges and, especially, to serve as a deliberative forum to act on behalf of succeeding generations. Among other tasks, it could issue advice and guidance with respect to long-term governance of the global commons, delivery of global public goods and managing global public risks.(From OCA, page 77)
REASON: 265 This is a comprehensive round up of all the naive suggestions which have been made for decades about the quest for more effective universal government. Not surprisingly, the SYG discovers that a more robust and understanding UN is the answer to that quest.



Detailed Question: The activities of the Trusteeship Council have been suspended since 1994. Previous commissions and secretaries general, along with some Member States, have proposed a repurposing of the Council to enhance the governance of the global commons. Building on these ideas, and as part of the follow-up to Our Common Agenda, I invite States to consider making the Council available as a multi-stakeholder body to tackle emerging challenges and, especially, to serve as a deliberative forum to act on behalf of succeeding generations. Among other tasks, it could issue advice and guidance with respect to long-term governance of the global commons, delivery of global public goods and managing global public risks.(From OCA, page 77)
REASON: 266 I justify the participation of stakeholders who have the resources and decision-making faculties to enact projects in benefit of populations with high unemployment risk



Detailed Question: The activities of the Trusteeship Council have been suspended since 1994. Previous commissions and secretaries general, along with some Member States, have proposed a repurposing of the Council to enhance the governance of the global commons. Building on these ideas, and as part of the follow-up to Our Common Agenda, I invite States to consider making the Council available as a multi-stakeholder body to tackle emerging challenges and, especially, to serve as a deliberative forum to act on behalf of succeeding generations. Among other tasks, it could issue advice and guidance with respect to long-term governance of the global commons, delivery of global public goods and managing global public risks.(From OCA, page 77)
REASON: 267 The United Nations system is already very large. The responsibilities and functions of various institutions have been subdivided. In the face of global problems, we should pay more attention to how the existing United Nations agencies can play a more efficient role, rather than the establishment or restoration of institutions.



Detailed Question: The activities of the Trusteeship Council have been suspended since 1994. Previous commissions and secretaries general, along with some Member States, have proposed a repurposing of the Council to enhance the governance of the global commons. Building on these ideas, and as part of the follow-up to Our Common Agenda, I invite States to consider making the Council available as a multi-stakeholder body to tackle emerging challenges and, especially, to serve as a deliberative forum to act on behalf of succeeding generations. Among other tasks, it could issue advice and guidance with respect to long-term governance of the global commons, delivery of global public goods and managing global public risks.(From OCA, page 77)
REASON: 268 Trust is essential due to the complex dynamics of todays lack Goverance and advances in Corruption.



Detailed Question: The activities of the Trusteeship Council have been suspended since 1994. Previous commissions and secretaries general, along with some Member States, have proposed a repurposing of the Council to enhance the governance of the global commons. Building on these ideas, and as part of the follow-up to Our Common Agenda, I invite States to consider making the Council available as a multi-stakeholder body to tackle emerging challenges and, especially, to serve as a deliberative forum to act on behalf of succeeding generations. Among other tasks, it could issue advice and guidance with respect to long-term governance of the global commons, delivery of global public goods and managing global public risks.(From OCA, page 77)
REASON: 269 Creating some responsible bodies



Detailed Question: The activities of the Trusteeship Council have been suspended since 1994. Previous commissions and secretaries general, along with some Member States, have proposed a repurposing of the Council to enhance the governance of the global commons. Building on these ideas, and as part of the follow-up to Our Common Agenda, I invite States to consider making the Council available as a multi-stakeholder body to tackle emerging challenges and, especially, to serve as a deliberative forum to act on behalf of succeeding generations. Among other tasks, it could issue advice and guidance with respect to long-term governance of the global commons, delivery of global public goods and managing global public risks.(From OCA, page 77)
REASON: 270 Although this will require a change to the UN Charter and UNGA agreement, it is worth the effort to make it so, as this is the most important UN structural change for foresight. By multi-stakeholder I assume that includes business, academics, NGOs as well as nation-states. This would be a TransInstitution that has the ability to act through these different institutional categories making it potentially very effective, and could meet in Metaverse so that very large numbers could attend in both planetary and smaller group sessions, and even asynchronically.



Detailed Question: The activities of the Trusteeship Council have been suspended since 1994. Previous commissions and secretaries general, along with some Member States, have proposed a repurposing of the Council to enhance the governance of the global commons. Building on these ideas, and as part of the follow-up to Our Common Agenda, I invite States to consider making the Council available as a multi-stakeholder body to tackle emerging challenges and, especially, to serve as a deliberative forum to act on behalf of succeeding generations. Among other tasks, it could issue advice and guidance with respect to long-term governance of the global commons, delivery of global public goods and managing global public risks.(From OCA, page 77)
REASON: 271 A similar concept is used on a national level by some countries (like Wales, Finland, Hungary) will diverse results. The key is to have an independent council with the suitable resources to review policies or fund research.



Detailed Question: The activities of the Trusteeship Council have been suspended since 1994. Previous commissions and secretaries general, along with some Member States, have proposed a repurposing of the Council to enhance the governance of the global commons. Building on these ideas, and as part of the follow-up to Our Common Agenda, I invite States to consider making the Council available as a multi-stakeholder body to tackle emerging challenges and, especially, to serve as a deliberative forum to act on behalf of succeeding generations. Among other tasks, it could issue advice and guidance with respect to long-term governance of the global commons, delivery of global public goods and managing global public risks.(From OCA, page 77)
REASON: 272 A multi-stakeholder approach needs a co-creation process and a long-term vision. An action plan shall be co-designed and impact shall be monitored. Otherwise it will only be talk!



Detailed Question: The activities of the Trusteeship Council have been suspended since 1994. Previous commissions and secretaries general, along with some Member States, have proposed a repurposing of the Council to enhance the governance of the global commons. Building on these ideas, and as part of the follow-up to Our Common Agenda, I invite States to consider making the Council available as a multi-stakeholder body to tackle emerging challenges and, especially, to serve as a deliberative forum to act on behalf of succeeding generations. Among other tasks, it could issue advice and guidance with respect to long-term governance of the global commons, delivery of global public goods and managing global public risks.(From OCA, page 77)
REASON: 273 Despite the many examples of foresight work that anticipated and outlined the consequences of global system breaks, leadership and accountability by global leaders has been lacking. This is partly because the work of futures researchers has not been elevated to global discourses such as that representative of the UN and other global governance bodies. Furthermore, no single body has been given the accountability for matters of the future and as a result, passing the buck and / or finding loopholes has typified global decision making on the future. The futures research community has been calling for a long time for the establishment of a trusteeship council.



Detailed Question: The activities of the Trusteeship Council have been suspended since 1994. Previous commissions and secretaries general, along with some Member States, have proposed a repurposing of the Council to enhance the governance of the global commons. Building on these ideas, and as part of the follow-up to Our Common Agenda, I invite States to consider making the Council available as a multi-stakeholder body to tackle emerging challenges and, especially, to serve as a deliberative forum to act on behalf of succeeding generations. Among other tasks, it could issue advice and guidance with respect to long-term governance of the global commons, delivery of global public goods and managing global public risks.(From OCA, page 77)
REASON: 274 Enshrining foresight formally would send a message that this is not a mere fad. Additionally, it is essential that such a council be truly global scope and scale with an attentiveness towards participation, in some way, with/from unusual suspects.



Detailed Question: The activities of the Trusteeship Council have been suspended since 1994. Previous commissions and secretaries general, along with some Member States, have proposed a repurposing of the Council to enhance the governance of the global commons. Building on these ideas, and as part of the follow-up to Our Common Agenda, I invite States to consider making the Council available as a multi-stakeholder body to tackle emerging challenges and, especially, to serve as a deliberative forum to act on behalf of succeeding generations. Among other tasks, it could issue advice and guidance with respect to long-term governance of the global commons, delivery of global public goods and managing global public risks.(From OCA, page 77)
REASON: 275 The trustee council helps candid discussions about challenges facing humanity



Detailed Question: The activities of the Trusteeship Council have been suspended since 1994. Previous commissions and secretaries general, along with some Member States, have proposed a repurposing of the Council to enhance the governance of the global commons. Building on these ideas, and as part of the follow-up to Our Common Agenda, I invite States to consider making the Council available as a multi-stakeholder body to tackle emerging challenges and, especially, to serve as a deliberative forum to act on behalf of succeeding generations. Among other tasks, it could issue advice and guidance with respect to long-term governance of the global commons, delivery of global public goods and managing global public risks.(From OCA, page 77)
REASON: 276 We need a council of the wise people



Detailed Question: The activities of the Trusteeship Council have been suspended since 1994. Previous commissions and secretaries general, along with some Member States, have proposed a repurposing of the Council to enhance the governance of the global commons. Building on these ideas, and as part of the follow-up to Our Common Agenda, I invite States to consider making the Council available as a multi-stakeholder body to tackle emerging challenges and, especially, to serve as a deliberative forum to act on behalf of succeeding generations. Among other tasks, it could issue advice and guidance with respect to long-term governance of the global commons, delivery of global public goods and managing global public risks.(From OCA, page 77)
REASON: 277 Trust is the currency of the future. Currencies can be organised... Trust will only have a chance if it is radical transparant what this council is doing



Detailed Question: The activities of the Trusteeship Council have been suspended since 1994. Previous commissions and secretaries general, along with some Member States, have proposed a repurposing of the Council to enhance the governance of the global commons. Building on these ideas, and as part of the follow-up to Our Common Agenda, I invite States to consider making the Council available as a multi-stakeholder body to tackle emerging challenges and, especially, to serve as a deliberative forum to act on behalf of succeeding generations. Among other tasks, it could issue advice and guidance with respect to long-term governance of the global commons, delivery of global public goods and managing global public risks.(From OCA, page 77)
REASON: 278 Policy formulation and implementation require well informed experts that should not be delayed by bureaucracies. This is where a multi-stakeholder foresight body will be more effective than any Council based on regional representation. Regional balancing should also be built in the multi-stakeholder foresight body to address regional peculiarities from informed perspective.



Detailed Question: The activities of the Trusteeship Council have been suspended since 1994. Previous commissions and secretaries general, along with some Member States, have proposed a repurposing of the Council to enhance the governance of the global commons. Building on these ideas, and as part of the follow-up to Our Common Agenda, I invite States to consider making the Council available as a multi-stakeholder body to tackle emerging challenges and, especially, to serve as a deliberative forum to act on behalf of succeeding generations. Among other tasks, it could issue advice and guidance with respect to long-term governance of the global commons, delivery of global public goods and managing global public risks.(From OCA, page 77)
REASON: 279 Repurposing the Trusteeship Council for emerging threat to the Commons is one of many possible means to make strategic foresight actionable



Detailed Question: The activities of the Trusteeship Council have been suspended since 1994. Previous commissions and secretaries general, along with some Member States, have proposed a repurposing of the Council to enhance the governance of the global commons. Building on these ideas, and as part of the follow-up to Our Common Agenda, I invite States to consider making the Council available as a multi-stakeholder body to tackle emerging challenges and, especially, to serve as a deliberative forum to act on behalf of succeeding generations. Among other tasks, it could issue advice and guidance with respect to long-term governance of the global commons, delivery of global public goods and managing global public risks.(From OCA, page 77)
REASON: 280 In the 21st century, international relations and multilateralism have multiple actors, not just States. That is why this proposal for a multi-party Council is very important.



Detailed Question: The activities of the Trusteeship Council have been suspended since 1994. Previous commissions and secretaries general, along with some Member States, have proposed a repurposing of the Council to enhance the governance of the global commons. Building on these ideas, and as part of the follow-up to Our Common Agenda, I invite States to consider making the Council available as a multi-stakeholder body to tackle emerging challenges and, especially, to serve as a deliberative forum to act on behalf of succeeding generations. Among other tasks, it could issue advice and guidance with respect to long-term governance of the global commons, delivery of global public goods and managing global public risks.(From OCA, page 77)
REASON: 281 The Public Relations Board as a multilateral foresight body; It is very important because there must be a guardianship that takes care of the future



Detailed Question: The activities of the Trusteeship Council have been suspended since 1994. Previous commissions and secretaries general, along with some Member States, have proposed a repurposing of the Council to enhance the governance of the global commons. Building on these ideas, and as part of the follow-up to Our Common Agenda, I invite States to consider making the Council available as a multi-stakeholder body to tackle emerging challenges and, especially, to serve as a deliberative forum to act on behalf of succeeding generations. Among other tasks, it could issue advice and guidance with respect to long-term governance of the global commons, delivery of global public goods and managing global public risks.(From OCA, page 77)
REASON: 282 Esta acción permitirá que las decisiones sean tomadas bajo diversos criterios, lo que genera un resultado objetivo. Ademas, propicia la formación de confianza entre los diversos grupos de interés.



Detailed Question: The activities of the Trusteeship Council have been suspended since 1994. Previous commissions and secretaries general, along with some Member States, have proposed a repurposing of the Council to enhance the governance of the global commons. Building on these ideas, and as part of the follow-up to Our Common Agenda, I invite States to consider making the Council available as a multi-stakeholder body to tackle emerging challenges and, especially, to serve as a deliberative forum to act on behalf of succeeding generations. Among other tasks, it could issue advice and guidance with respect to long-term governance of the global commons, delivery of global public goods and managing global public risks.(From OCA, page 77)
REASON: 283 Lead by asking guiding questions instead, such as the following during decision-manking: - What Laws of Nature might occur? - What practices do they demand? - Are the decision-makers and their advisors educated in relevant Laws of Nature?



Detailed Question: The activities of the Trusteeship Council have been suspended since 1994. Previous commissions and secretaries general, along with some Member States, have proposed a repurposing of the Council to enhance the governance of the global commons. Building on these ideas, and as part of the follow-up to Our Common Agenda, I invite States to consider making the Council available as a multi-stakeholder body to tackle emerging challenges and, especially, to serve as a deliberative forum to act on behalf of succeeding generations. Among other tasks, it could issue advice and guidance with respect to long-term governance of the global commons, delivery of global public goods and managing global public risks.(From OCA, page 77)
REASON: 284 The future problem is also the present problem. How to integrate the future prediction with the present problem requires the stable cooperation of professional and various experts.



Detailed Question: The activities of the Trusteeship Council have been suspended since 1994. Previous commissions and secretaries general, along with some Member States, have proposed a repurposing of the Council to enhance the governance of the global commons. Building on these ideas, and as part of the follow-up to Our Common Agenda, I invite States to consider making the Council available as a multi-stakeholder body to tackle emerging challenges and, especially, to serve as a deliberative forum to act on behalf of succeeding generations. Among other tasks, it could issue advice and guidance with respect to long-term governance of the global commons, delivery of global public goods and managing global public risks.(From OCA, page 77)
REASON: 285 I understood that the idea of repurposing the Trusteeship Council is to open a space for the Youth to contribute to reshaping the future (of the trustee territories?). If I understood well, I think this idea is fantastic. And it should be inclusive and diverse in terms of regions, race, and gender identity, at least.



Detailed Question: The activities of the Trusteeship Council have been suspended since 1994. Previous commissions and secretaries general, along with some Member States, have proposed a repurposing of the Council to enhance the governance of the global commons. Building on these ideas, and as part of the follow-up to Our Common Agenda, I invite States to consider making the Council available as a multi-stakeholder body to tackle emerging challenges and, especially, to serve as a deliberative forum to act on behalf of succeeding generations. Among other tasks, it could issue advice and guidance with respect to long-term governance of the global commons, delivery of global public goods and managing global public risks.(From OCA, page 77)
REASON: 286 A trustee council for governance of the global commons implies to me that it have an awareness of the inter-relationships between all of the existing international governance bodies of agreements and laws, including law of the seas, space law, climate change agreements, geoengineering, international crime and money laundering, and so forth.



Detailed Question: The activities of the Trusteeship Council have been suspended since 1994. Previous commissions and secretaries general, along with some Member States, have proposed a repurposing of the Council to enhance the governance of the global commons. Building on these ideas, and as part of the follow-up to Our Common Agenda, I invite States to consider making the Council available as a multi-stakeholder body to tackle emerging challenges and, especially, to serve as a deliberative forum to act on behalf of succeeding generations. Among other tasks, it could issue advice and guidance with respect to long-term governance of the global commons, delivery of global public goods and managing global public risks.(From OCA, page 77)
REASON: 287 Porque el financiamiento es vital para llevar a cabo las principales iniciativas de futuro, en especial para los países más vulnerables.



Detailed Question: The activities of the Trusteeship Council have been suspended since 1994. Previous commissions and secretaries general, along with some Member States, have proposed a repurposing of the Council to enhance the governance of the global commons. Building on these ideas, and as part of the follow-up to Our Common Agenda, I invite States to consider making the Council available as a multi-stakeholder body to tackle emerging challenges and, especially, to serve as a deliberative forum to act on behalf of succeeding generations. Among other tasks, it could issue advice and guidance with respect to long-term governance of the global commons, delivery of global public goods and managing global public risks.(From OCA, page 77)
REASON: 288 In various senses, mankind is standing at a crossroads. In this critical era, the United Nations really needs an institution dedicated to future research. Therefore, repositioning the Trusteeship Council is a forward-looking structural reform.



Detailed Question: The activities of the Trusteeship Council have been suspended since 1994. Previous commissions and secretaries general, along with some Member States, have proposed a repurposing of the Council to enhance the governance of the global commons. Building on these ideas, and as part of the follow-up to Our Common Agenda, I invite States to consider making the Council available as a multi-stakeholder body to tackle emerging challenges and, especially, to serve as a deliberative forum to act on behalf of succeeding generations. Among other tasks, it could issue advice and guidance with respect to long-term governance of the global commons, delivery of global public goods and managing global public risks.(From OCA, page 77)
REASON: 289 Trusteeship Council as a bridge to promote the development and fairness of the summit



Detailed Question: The activities of the Trusteeship Council have been suspended since 1994. Previous commissions and secretaries general, along with some Member States, have proposed a repurposing of the Council to enhance the governance of the global commons. Building on these ideas, and as part of the follow-up to Our Common Agenda, I invite States to consider making the Council available as a multi-stakeholder body to tackle emerging challenges and, especially, to serve as a deliberative forum to act on behalf of succeeding generations. Among other tasks, it could issue advice and guidance with respect to long-term governance of the global commons, delivery of global public goods and managing global public risks.(From OCA, page 77)
REASON: 290 Not sure if is a single body or network of bodies that are brought together as an ecosystem. Twofold goals here – 1) oversight of the process and outcomes; and 2) ensuring that countries, communities, institutions, business, etc. are really preparing for the summits, putting in place implementation mechanisms for what comes out of the summit, and then monitoring the implementation. Needs a globally transparent monitoring and reporting process / framework / system to see what’s happening and allow countries and stakeholders to learn from different / best practice implementation actions around the world.



Detailed Question: The activities of the Trusteeship Council have been suspended since 1994. Previous commissions and secretaries general, along with some Member States, have proposed a repurposing of the Council to enhance the governance of the global commons. Building on these ideas, and as part of the follow-up to Our Common Agenda, I invite States to consider making the Council available as a multi-stakeholder body to tackle emerging challenges and, especially, to serve as a deliberative forum to act on behalf of succeeding generations. Among other tasks, it could issue advice and guidance with respect to long-term governance of the global commons, delivery of global public goods and managing global public risks.(From OCA, page 77)
REASON: 291 Row2 of 6 TRUSTEESHIP COUNCIL AS A MULTI-STAKEHOLDER FORESIGHT BODY SUMMIT ON THE FUTURE The Trusteeship Council should follow the principles of national stakeholders, and therefore, I propose, to restart the Council as an important part of the follow-up to our common agenda, and to invite countries to consider making the Council function as a multi-stakeholder body.In particular, as a forum, the representative provides advice and strategic guidance for the future, the continued development of human health, the long-term governance of global public facilities, the provision of global public goods, and the management of global public facilities, the provision of global public goods, and the management of global public risks. ???????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????



Detailed Question: The activities of the Trusteeship Council have been suspended since 1994. Previous commissions and secretaries general, along with some Member States, have proposed a repurposing of the Council to enhance the governance of the global commons. Building on these ideas, and as part of the follow-up to Our Common Agenda, I invite States to consider making the Council available as a multi-stakeholder body to tackle emerging challenges and, especially, to serve as a deliberative forum to act on behalf of succeeding generations. Among other tasks, it could issue advice and guidance with respect to long-term governance of the global commons, delivery of global public goods and managing global public risks.(From OCA, page 77)
REASON: 292 I'm agree with this comments: Policy formulation and implementation require well informed experts that should not be delayed by bureaucracies. This is where a multi-stakeholder foresight body will be more effective than any Council based on regional representation, even though regional balancing should be built in the multi-stakeholder foresight body to address regional peculiarities from informed perspective.



Detailed Question: The activities of the Trusteeship Council have been suspended since 1994. Previous commissions and secretaries general, along with some Member States, have proposed a repurposing of the Council to enhance the governance of the global commons. Building on these ideas, and as part of the follow-up to Our Common Agenda, I invite States to consider making the Council available as a multi-stakeholder body to tackle emerging challenges and, especially, to serve as a deliberative forum to act on behalf of succeeding generations. Among other tasks, it could issue advice and guidance with respect to long-term governance of the global commons, delivery of global public goods and managing global public risks.(From OCA, page 77)
REASON: 293 It might not act a foresight body in the same way that a think tank could, but i could set the foundations for future foresight estudies.



Detailed Question: The activities of the Trusteeship Council have been suspended since 1994. Previous commissions and secretaries general, along with some Member States, have proposed a repurposing of the Council to enhance the governance of the global commons. Building on these ideas, and as part of the follow-up to Our Common Agenda, I invite States to consider making the Council available as a multi-stakeholder body to tackle emerging challenges and, especially, to serve as a deliberative forum to act on behalf of succeeding generations. Among other tasks, it could issue advice and guidance with respect to long-term governance of the global commons, delivery of global public goods and managing global public risks.(From OCA, page 77)
REASON: 294 It is very important that this space for dialogue be resumed. Meeting points are needed today because we are in a changing and convulsive environment (Vuca), therefore an instance of advice and continuous vigilance is needed to act quickly and prevent problems



Detailed Question: The activities of the Trusteeship Council have been suspended since 1994. Previous commissions and secretaries general, along with some Member States, have proposed a repurposing of the Council to enhance the governance of the global commons. Building on these ideas, and as part of the follow-up to Our Common Agenda, I invite States to consider making the Council available as a multi-stakeholder body to tackle emerging challenges and, especially, to serve as a deliberative forum to act on behalf of succeeding generations. Among other tasks, it could issue advice and guidance with respect to long-term governance of the global commons, delivery of global public goods and managing global public risks.(From OCA, page 77)
REASON: 295 Of course the effectiveness of such a group depends upon the group's membership, the amount of time, talent and other investment put into it and so on, and - generally speaking - these decisions become politicized before the group even meets. If you don't have a fairly large number of members in such a group, it can't be representative enough to truly serve the global public good. If you have too many members, this introduces myriad difficulties and raises more threats and lessens the chance for good outcomes. In addition, such select councils/groups generally do not meet often enough, their members often do not immerse themselves fully enough in the topics at hand to be trusted to fully understand how to work toward the world's best interests, and their members often do not put the public good before the interests that best serve those they wish to impress or empower. As we have seen in several attempts at multistakeholder policy - for example, Netmundial - the stakeholders are never really on an even playing field. Government actors, state actors always revert to form. Would I like to see a wonderful, trusted group of sage leaders and young geniuses from across global society coming together in a magnificent council? Of course. Is this possible? Hmmm? If you create a council that can't effectively improve upon what is happening now all you do is create another layer of useless activity that gains the world nothing, or - worse - creates false hope or acts to move in ways that are counter to the success we need to see.



Detailed Question: The activities of the Trusteeship Council have been suspended since 1994. Previous commissions and secretaries general, along with some Member States, have proposed a repurposing of the Council to enhance the governance of the global commons. Building on these ideas, and as part of the follow-up to Our Common Agenda, I invite States to consider making the Council available as a multi-stakeholder body to tackle emerging challenges and, especially, to serve as a deliberative forum to act on behalf of succeeding generations. Among other tasks, it could issue advice and guidance with respect to long-term governance of the global commons, delivery of global public goods and managing global public risks.(From OCA, page 77)
REASON: 296 Same as above. Other approaches are needed.



Detailed Question: The activities of the Trusteeship Council have been suspended since 1994. Previous commissions and secretaries general, along with some Member States, have proposed a repurposing of the Council to enhance the governance of the global commons. Building on these ideas, and as part of the follow-up to Our Common Agenda, I invite States to consider making the Council available as a multi-stakeholder body to tackle emerging challenges and, especially, to serve as a deliberative forum to act on behalf of succeeding generations. Among other tasks, it could issue advice and guidance with respect to long-term governance of the global commons, delivery of global public goods and managing global public risks.(From OCA, page 77)
REASON: 297 No hay garantía alguna que los representantes gubernamentales tengan alguna formación o interés prospectivo, y si que representen intereses locales parciales



Detailed Question: The activities of the Trusteeship Council have been suspended since 1994. Previous commissions and secretaries general, along with some Member States, have proposed a repurposing of the Council to enhance the governance of the global commons. Building on these ideas, and as part of the follow-up to Our Common Agenda, I invite States to consider making the Council available as a multi-stakeholder body to tackle emerging challenges and, especially, to serve as a deliberative forum to act on behalf of succeeding generations. Among other tasks, it could issue advice and guidance with respect to long-term governance of the global commons, delivery of global public goods and managing global public risks.(From OCA, page 77)
REASON: 298 Although such a council would ideally be effective in the proposed roles, there will be bureaucratic and political obstacles to its effectiveness, especially if it attempts to go beyond providing advice and guidance with respect to long-term governance of the global commons, delivery of global public goods and managing global public risks. Advice and guidance may be achievable, but may not be sufficient to create meaningful change. Nevertheless, it may be worth a try, if populated with members whose aspirations aren't too easily jaded.



Detailed Question: The activities of the Trusteeship Council have been suspended since 1994. Previous commissions and secretaries general, along with some Member States, have proposed a repurposing of the Council to enhance the governance of the global commons. Building on these ideas, and as part of the follow-up to Our Common Agenda, I invite States to consider making the Council available as a multi-stakeholder body to tackle emerging challenges and, especially, to serve as a deliberative forum to act on behalf of succeeding generations. Among other tasks, it could issue advice and guidance with respect to long-term governance of the global commons, delivery of global public goods and managing global public risks.(From OCA, page 77)
REASON: 299 The key is to have an independent council with suitable expertise and resources to review policies and fund research. The Trusteeship would need to involve not just UN staff and representatives but almost more importantly civil society, private sector, applied research, leading women's and youth representatives to provide legitimacy to its work. A key question is how to give this group enough real teeth so that it does not just end up making recommendations that don't get implemented? Actionable agendas with measurable goals based upon science-based foresights for making a future better than the present.



Detailed Question: The activities of the Trusteeship Council have been suspended since 1994. Previous commissions and secretaries general, along with some Member States, have proposed a repurposing of the Council to enhance the governance of the global commons. Building on these ideas, and as part of the follow-up to Our Common Agenda, I invite States to consider making the Council available as a multi-stakeholder body to tackle emerging challenges and, especially, to serve as a deliberative forum to act on behalf of succeeding generations. Among other tasks, it could issue advice and guidance with respect to long-term governance of the global commons, delivery of global public goods and managing global public risks.(From OCA, page 77)
REASON: 300 Too many global bodies, but with no power over national governments



Detailed Question: The activities of the Trusteeship Council have been suspended since 1994. Previous commissions and secretaries general, along with some Member States, have proposed a repurposing of the Council to enhance the governance of the global commons. Building on these ideas, and as part of the follow-up to Our Common Agenda, I invite States to consider making the Council available as a multi-stakeholder body to tackle emerging challenges and, especially, to serve as a deliberative forum to act on behalf of succeeding generations. Among other tasks, it could issue advice and guidance with respect to long-term governance of the global commons, delivery of global public goods and managing global public risks.(From OCA, page 77)
REASON: 301 No veo mucho sentido en revivir el Trusteeship Council que dejó de funcionar en 1994 que tenía funciones muy distintas a las que se le encomendarían ahora: gobernanza de los bienes globales comunes. Temo que el re-crear una institución para estos fines puede burocratizar y entorpecer el llegar a acuerdos en este importante tema. Las Naciones Unidas, ya siendo un organismo muy grande, podría buscar formas de llegar a acuerdos sobre los Global Commons en forma más y puntual y expedita, con compromisos específicos sobre cada uno de los bienes globales por parte de los países.



Detailed Question: The activities of the Trusteeship Council have been suspended since 1994. Previous commissions and secretaries general, along with some Member States, have proposed a repurposing of the Council to enhance the governance of the global commons. Building on these ideas, and as part of the follow-up to Our Common Agenda, I invite States to consider making the Council available as a multi-stakeholder body to tackle emerging challenges and, especially, to serve as a deliberative forum to act on behalf of succeeding generations. Among other tasks, it could issue advice and guidance with respect to long-term governance of the global commons, delivery of global public goods and managing global public risks.(From OCA, page 77)
REASON: 302 Like many other parts of the Common Agenda report, this suggestion seems more pious than inspired. Yes, it's important to improve the governance of the global commons. But it's not at all clear that this particular body will make any actual difference in the real world.



Detailed Question: The activities of the Trusteeship Council have been suspended since 1994. Previous commissions and secretaries general, along with some Member States, have proposed a repurposing of the Council to enhance the governance of the global commons. Building on these ideas, and as part of the follow-up to Our Common Agenda, I invite States to consider making the Council available as a multi-stakeholder body to tackle emerging challenges and, especially, to serve as a deliberative forum to act on behalf of succeeding generations. Among other tasks, it could issue advice and guidance with respect to long-term governance of the global commons, delivery of global public goods and managing global public risks.(From OCA, page 77)
REASON: 303 Debido a su propuesta como cuerpo consejero, que permita un seguimiento y sugerencias sobre el uso de los bienes comunes globales, el fondo fiduciario podría tomar un nuevo rumbo como organismo eficiente en la mantención de los compromisos conseguidos en instancias como la Summit, mientras ejerza una presión efectiva y multi-nivel sobre temáticas preocupantes. Un tema criticó sería el desarrollo de este cuerpo como un verdadero espacio con múltiples participantes, que permita una visión más amplia que la tradicional perspectiva estado-céntrica para hacer frente a problemas prospectivos.



Detailed Question: The activities of the Trusteeship Council have been suspended since 1994. Previous commissions and secretaries general, along with some Member States, have proposed a repurposing of the Council to enhance the governance of the global commons. Building on these ideas, and as part of the follow-up to Our Common Agenda, I invite States to consider making the Council available as a multi-stakeholder body to tackle emerging challenges and, especially, to serve as a deliberative forum to act on behalf of succeeding generations. Among other tasks, it could issue advice and guidance with respect to long-term governance of the global commons, delivery of global public goods and managing global public risks.(From OCA, page 77)
REASON: 304 While the Trusteeship Council is important overall, it is not the most critical element for improving effectiveness of foresight. Most important for improving effectiveness of foresight is that there is a general understanding of what foresight is, what it is for, how foresight outcomes are used to inform policy decisions, and a clear mandate to make necessary changes at policy and institutional levels. The Trusteeship Council will in and of itself not address these needs unless these needs are used to select members of the council.



Detailed Question: The activities of the Trusteeship Council have been suspended since 1994. Previous commissions and secretaries general, along with some Member States, have proposed a repurposing of the Council to enhance the governance of the global commons. Building on these ideas, and as part of the follow-up to Our Common Agenda, I invite States to consider making the Council available as a multi-stakeholder body to tackle emerging challenges and, especially, to serve as a deliberative forum to act on behalf of succeeding generations. Among other tasks, it could issue advice and guidance with respect to long-term governance of the global commons, delivery of global public goods and managing global public risks.(From OCA, page 77)
REASON: 305 The Trusteeship Council can be implemented as an overseer of the Summit on the Future results, to guarantee the needed actions to be taken. However, it also can be easily turned into a bureaucratic corner that hampers consensus about changes. This makes me skeptical about its criticality.



Detailed Question: The activities of the Trusteeship Council have been suspended since 1994. Previous commissions and secretaries general, along with some Member States, have proposed a repurposing of the Council to enhance the governance of the global commons. Building on these ideas, and as part of the follow-up to Our Common Agenda, I invite States to consider making the Council available as a multi-stakeholder body to tackle emerging challenges and, especially, to serve as a deliberative forum to act on behalf of succeeding generations. Among other tasks, it could issue advice and guidance with respect to long-term governance of the global commons, delivery of global public goods and managing global public risks.(From OCA, page 77)
REASON: 306 I generally prefer reforming existing organizations and improving existing organizations rather than creating new ones - though new organizations of course provide new opportunities to bring in underrepresented voices.



Detailed Question: The activities of the Trusteeship Council have been suspended since 1994. Previous commissions and secretaries general, along with some Member States, have proposed a repurposing of the Council to enhance the governance of the global commons. Building on these ideas, and as part of the follow-up to Our Common Agenda, I invite States to consider making the Council available as a multi-stakeholder body to tackle emerging challenges and, especially, to serve as a deliberative forum to act on behalf of succeeding generations. Among other tasks, it could issue advice and guidance with respect to long-term governance of the global commons, delivery of global public goods and managing global public risks.(From OCA, page 77)
REASON: 307 this Council could be an important support to achieve SDG´s in each country



Detailed Question: The activities of the Trusteeship Council have been suspended since 1994. Previous commissions and secretaries general, along with some Member States, have proposed a repurposing of the Council to enhance the governance of the global commons. Building on these ideas, and as part of the follow-up to Our Common Agenda, I invite States to consider making the Council available as a multi-stakeholder body to tackle emerging challenges and, especially, to serve as a deliberative forum to act on behalf of succeeding generations. Among other tasks, it could issue advice and guidance with respect to long-term governance of the global commons, delivery of global public goods and managing global public risks.(From OCA, page 77)
REASON: 308 I do agree with statements above that we need to incorporate youth in those perspective and independent council, but we do have to reshape the form it has in the past. People decide to cancel that council before with some reason. It should be checked and tried to avoid same mistakes.



Detailed Question: The activities of the Trusteeship Council have been suspended since 1994. Previous commissions and secretaries general, along with some Member States, have proposed a repurposing of the Council to enhance the governance of the global commons. Building on these ideas, and as part of the follow-up to Our Common Agenda, I invite States to consider making the Council available as a multi-stakeholder body to tackle emerging challenges and, especially, to serve as a deliberative forum to act on behalf of succeeding generations. Among other tasks, it could issue advice and guidance with respect to long-term governance of the global commons, delivery of global public goods and managing global public risks.(From OCA, page 77)
REASON: 309 The proof of the pudding is always in the eating. For eal influence, a Trusteeship Council must demoinstrate that it can seriously influence international behaviour.



Detailed Question: The activities of the Trusteeship Council have been suspended since 1994. Previous commissions and secretaries general, along with some Member States, have proposed a repurposing of the Council to enhance the governance of the global commons. Building on these ideas, and as part of the follow-up to Our Common Agenda, I invite States to consider making the Council available as a multi-stakeholder body to tackle emerging challenges and, especially, to serve as a deliberative forum to act on behalf of succeeding generations. Among other tasks, it could issue advice and guidance with respect to long-term governance of the global commons, delivery of global public goods and managing global public risks.(From OCA, page 77)
REASON: 310 Las Comisiones para lograr resultados, cada vez màs prueban sus ineficiencias en gestiòn. Es màs factible, la contratación de asesores expertos para temas puntuales, que acciones a travès de comisiones inoperantes en sus resultados.



Detailed Question: The activities of the Trusteeship Council have been suspended since 1994. Previous commissions and secretaries general, along with some Member States, have proposed a repurposing of the Council to enhance the governance of the global commons. Building on these ideas, and as part of the follow-up to Our Common Agenda, I invite States to consider making the Council available as a multi-stakeholder body to tackle emerging challenges and, especially, to serve as a deliberative forum to act on behalf of succeeding generations. Among other tasks, it could issue advice and guidance with respect to long-term governance of the global commons, delivery of global public goods and managing global public risks.(From OCA, page 77)
REASON: 311 Los conceptos de bienes comunes globales y bienes públicos globales ponen de relieve la importancia que tienen para la vida de ls personas y del planeta. Y de ahí cómo se gestionan, administran, quien lo hace.. De los bienes globales comunes y los bienes públicos globales identificados en el informe del SG, varios son ya objeto de tratados, convenciones y el trabajo cotidiano de Programas de las Naciones Unidas y de sus organismos especializados. El tema crítico es que las convenciones y los tratados, pese a establecer obligaciones por parte de quienes aceptan ser Estados Parte, no cuentan con mecanismos para obligar al cumplimiento. El recurrir a una nueva versión del Consejo de Administración Fiduciaria para mejorar la gobernanza de los bienes comunes globales, no resuelve el tema anterior. De hecho, si bien se suspendieron sus actividades en 1994, existe como órgano de las Naciones Unidas y está constituido por los cinco miembros permanentes del Consejo de Seguridad. no se reúne. Pero tiene un presidente y un vicepresidente La propuesta habría de considerar sobre qué bienes comunes existen mecanismos incipientes de gobernanza y fortalecerlos (convenios, tratados) y cuales requerirían una nueva institución sombrero. Y qué reformas necesita el actual Consejo de Administración Fiduciario para responder a una visión del siglo XXI



Detailed Question: The activities of the Trusteeship Council have been suspended since 1994. Previous commissions and secretaries general, along with some Member States, have proposed a repurposing of the Council to enhance the governance of the global commons. Building on these ideas, and as part of the follow-up to Our Common Agenda, I invite States to consider making the Council available as a multi-stakeholder body to tackle emerging challenges and, especially, to serve as a deliberative forum to act on behalf of succeeding generations. Among other tasks, it could issue advice and guidance with respect to long-term governance of the global commons, delivery of global public goods and managing global public risks.(From OCA, page 77)
REASON: 312 If the new purpose is to support the Special Envoy for Futures Generations I understand its value. Council should exist if it provides actions and results. Perhaps the new role is to lead and govern overall new initiatives proposed in the Common Agenda. I assume Trust is a value by default in all the initiatives.



Detailed Question: The activities of the Trusteeship Council have been suspended since 1994. Previous commissions and secretaries general, along with some Member States, have proposed a repurposing of the Council to enhance the governance of the global commons. Building on these ideas, and as part of the follow-up to Our Common Agenda, I invite States to consider making the Council available as a multi-stakeholder body to tackle emerging challenges and, especially, to serve as a deliberative forum to act on behalf of succeeding generations. Among other tasks, it could issue advice and guidance with respect to long-term governance of the global commons, delivery of global public goods and managing global public risks.(From OCA, page 77)
REASON: 313 This comment is addressed to the previous participant who suggested Transinstitution. What incentives would you suggest to encourage participation of key sectors or companies? Words are cheap but key institutions may not be eager to contribute.



Detailed Question: The activities of the Trusteeship Council have been suspended since 1994. Previous commissions and secretaries general, along with some Member States, have proposed a repurposing of the Council to enhance the governance of the global commons. Building on these ideas, and as part of the follow-up to Our Common Agenda, I invite States to consider making the Council available as a multi-stakeholder body to tackle emerging challenges and, especially, to serve as a deliberative forum to act on behalf of succeeding generations. Among other tasks, it could issue advice and guidance with respect to long-term governance of the global commons, delivery of global public goods and managing global public risks.(From OCA, page 77)
REASON: 314 Si bien es cierto es una estructura necesaria, no es desde mi punto de vista una entidad que sea decisiva para la previsión entre partes interesadas, ya que mientras no se solucionen las otras condicionantes previamente expuestas, no será efectiva ésta.



Detailed Question: The activities of the Trusteeship Council have been suspended since 1994. Previous commissions and secretaries general, along with some Member States, have proposed a repurposing of the Council to enhance the governance of the global commons. Building on these ideas, and as part of the follow-up to Our Common Agenda, I invite States to consider making the Council available as a multi-stakeholder body to tackle emerging challenges and, especially, to serve as a deliberative forum to act on behalf of succeeding generations. Among other tasks, it could issue advice and guidance with respect to long-term governance of the global commons, delivery of global public goods and managing global public risks.(From OCA, page 77)
REASON: 315 Will these people be able to make decisions that are binding? I suspect not...and if this is the case, they will deliver a lot of shelfware with no teeth and no incentives for countries to adhere to their suggestions. The UN is massive - might I suggest we try to eat the elephant one bite at a time instead of trying to chew the entire animal. Could we scale back this an other initiatives to a point where they could develop actionable agendas and measurable goals. Small, incremental progress might be the antidote to the UN's inability to act or implement change.



Detailed Question: The activities of the Trusteeship Council have been suspended since 1994. Previous commissions and secretaries general, along with some Member States, have proposed a repurposing of the Council to enhance the governance of the global commons. Building on these ideas, and as part of the follow-up to Our Common Agenda, I invite States to consider making the Council available as a multi-stakeholder body to tackle emerging challenges and, especially, to serve as a deliberative forum to act on behalf of succeeding generations. Among other tasks, it could issue advice and guidance with respect to long-term governance of the global commons, delivery of global public goods and managing global public risks.(From OCA, page 77)
REASON: 316 The activity of the Trusteeship Council being suspended since 1994, it was the right time to try to give this body a renewed raison d'etre.



Detailed Question: The activities of the Trusteeship Council have been suspended since 1994. Previous commissions and secretaries general, along with some Member States, have proposed a repurposing of the Council to enhance the governance of the global commons. Building on these ideas, and as part of the follow-up to Our Common Agenda, I invite States to consider making the Council available as a multi-stakeholder body to tackle emerging challenges and, especially, to serve as a deliberative forum to act on behalf of succeeding generations. Among other tasks, it could issue advice and guidance with respect to long-term governance of the global commons, delivery of global public goods and managing global public risks.(From OCA, page 77)
REASON: 317 Motivating others to cooperate, engaging them in collective action symbiotic constructions of a better world



Detailed Question: The activities of the Trusteeship Council have been suspended since 1994. Previous commissions and secretaries general, along with some Member States, have proposed a repurposing of the Council to enhance the governance of the global commons. Building on these ideas, and as part of the follow-up to Our Common Agenda, I invite States to consider making the Council available as a multi-stakeholder body to tackle emerging challenges and, especially, to serve as a deliberative forum to act on behalf of succeeding generations. Among other tasks, it could issue advice and guidance with respect to long-term governance of the global commons, delivery of global public goods and managing global public risks.(From OCA, page 77)
REASON: 318 The Trusteeship Council could be a good alternative to make this initiative happen, but it is not the only one feasible and the UN could use other existing bodies for it, as long as they are under the UNSG´s leadership.



Detailed Question: The activities of the Trusteeship Council have been suspended since 1994. Previous commissions and secretaries general, along with some Member States, have proposed a repurposing of the Council to enhance the governance of the global commons. Building on these ideas, and as part of the follow-up to Our Common Agenda, I invite States to consider making the Council available as a multi-stakeholder body to tackle emerging challenges and, especially, to serve as a deliberative forum to act on behalf of succeeding generations. Among other tasks, it could issue advice and guidance with respect to long-term governance of the global commons, delivery of global public goods and managing global public risks.(From OCA, page 77)
REASON: 319 We are where we are because we have disconnected from our ancestral responsibility. We are occupying the mental and geographic territories of our descendants, those who are alive and those who will still come to the planet. Getting in touch with this responsibility is the duty of all systems and the UN must lead this movement. As I read in a UNICEF exhibition years ago in New York this land we are borrowing from the new generations. We still think we are ceding the land to them. I applause this initiative.



Detailed Question: The activities of the Trusteeship Council have been suspended since 1994. Previous commissions and secretaries general, along with some Member States, have proposed a repurposing of the Council to enhance the governance of the global commons. Building on these ideas, and as part of the follow-up to Our Common Agenda, I invite States to consider making the Council available as a multi-stakeholder body to tackle emerging challenges and, especially, to serve as a deliberative forum to act on behalf of succeeding generations. Among other tasks, it could issue advice and guidance with respect to long-term governance of the global commons, delivery of global public goods and managing global public risks.(From OCA, page 77)
REASON: 320 The council needs to consist mostly of professional’s researchers, foresights people and actions bodies from different fields to prevent political issues or obstacles. Giving a long terms view of global risk for the public and to prepare different government bodies and companies what is ahead.



Detailed Question: The activities of the Trusteeship Council have been suspended since 1994. Previous commissions and secretaries general, along with some Member States, have proposed a repurposing of the Council to enhance the governance of the global commons. Building on these ideas, and as part of the follow-up to Our Common Agenda, I invite States to consider making the Council available as a multi-stakeholder body to tackle emerging challenges and, especially, to serve as a deliberative forum to act on behalf of succeeding generations. Among other tasks, it could issue advice and guidance with respect to long-term governance of the global commons, delivery of global public goods and managing global public risks.(From OCA, page 77)
REASON: 321 Trusteeship must welcome youth in it to be really effective.



Detailed Question: The activities of the Trusteeship Council have been suspended since 1994. Previous commissions and secretaries general, along with some Member States, have proposed a repurposing of the Council to enhance the governance of the global commons. Building on these ideas, and as part of the follow-up to Our Common Agenda, I invite States to consider making the Council available as a multi-stakeholder body to tackle emerging challenges and, especially, to serve as a deliberative forum to act on behalf of succeeding generations. Among other tasks, it could issue advice and guidance with respect to long-term governance of the global commons, delivery of global public goods and managing global public risks.(From OCA, page 77)
REASON: 322 Independent oversight is important and might help to obtain better results. However, the devil is on the details and the way this council`s attributions and composition are designed will define if it is only an ornamental or an effective body.



Detailed Question: The activities of the Trusteeship Council have been suspended since 1994. Previous commissions and secretaries general, along with some Member States, have proposed a repurposing of the Council to enhance the governance of the global commons. Building on these ideas, and as part of the follow-up to Our Common Agenda, I invite States to consider making the Council available as a multi-stakeholder body to tackle emerging challenges and, especially, to serve as a deliberative forum to act on behalf of succeeding generations. Among other tasks, it could issue advice and guidance with respect to long-term governance of the global commons, delivery of global public goods and managing global public risks.(From OCA, page 77)
REASON: 323 After the firts foresight be made, it has to be monitored and the scenarios has to be revised at least once a year in order to serve as a real strategic tool for the leaders of the countries and give the information they need to face the problems.



Detailed Question: The activities of the Trusteeship Council have been suspended since 1994. Previous commissions and secretaries general, along with some Member States, have proposed a repurposing of the Council to enhance the governance of the global commons. Building on these ideas, and as part of the follow-up to Our Common Agenda, I invite States to consider making the Council available as a multi-stakeholder body to tackle emerging challenges and, especially, to serve as a deliberative forum to act on behalf of succeeding generations. Among other tasks, it could issue advice and guidance with respect to long-term governance of the global commons, delivery of global public goods and managing global public risks.(From OCA, page 77)
REASON: 324 I do not understand how a suspended council could improve the situation. It is only another space for talking and debating.



Detailed Question: The activities of the Trusteeship Council have been suspended since 1994. Previous commissions and secretaries general, along with some Member States, have proposed a repurposing of the Council to enhance the governance of the global commons. Building on these ideas, and as part of the follow-up to Our Common Agenda, I invite States to consider making the Council available as a multi-stakeholder body to tackle emerging challenges and, especially, to serve as a deliberative forum to act on behalf of succeeding generations. Among other tasks, it could issue advice and guidance with respect to long-term governance of the global commons, delivery of global public goods and managing global public risks.(From OCA, page 77)
REASON: 325 Such an approach is crucial, but it will take a long way to establish and improve such a multi stakeholder foresight body.



Detailed Question: The activities of the Trusteeship Council have been suspended since 1994. Previous commissions and secretaries general, along with some Member States, have proposed a repurposing of the Council to enhance the governance of the global commons. Building on these ideas, and as part of the follow-up to Our Common Agenda, I invite States to consider making the Council available as a multi-stakeholder body to tackle emerging challenges and, especially, to serve as a deliberative forum to act on behalf of succeeding generations. Among other tasks, it could issue advice and guidance with respect to long-term governance of the global commons, delivery of global public goods and managing global public risks.(From OCA, page 77)
REASON: 326 I think a parallel discussion with less public attention takes a different tone. Also, a new set of people participating in discussions inevitably results in a different set of ideas, perspectives, and challenges that could be overlooked. This could also be a space for less prominent members to step up or have a greater impact.



Detailed Question: The activities of the Trusteeship Council have been suspended since 1994. Previous commissions and secretaries general, along with some Member States, have proposed a repurposing of the Council to enhance the governance of the global commons. Building on these ideas, and as part of the follow-up to Our Common Agenda, I invite States to consider making the Council available as a multi-stakeholder body to tackle emerging challenges and, especially, to serve as a deliberative forum to act on behalf of succeeding generations. Among other tasks, it could issue advice and guidance with respect to long-term governance of the global commons, delivery of global public goods and managing global public risks.(From OCA, page 77)
REASON: 327 Global infrastructure is so fragile that some international activity of this nature is essential to deal with the problem of the global commons.



Detailed Question: The activities of the Trusteeship Council have been suspended since 1994. Previous commissions and secretaries general, along with some Member States, have proposed a repurposing of the Council to enhance the governance of the global commons. Building on these ideas, and as part of the follow-up to Our Common Agenda, I invite States to consider making the Council available as a multi-stakeholder body to tackle emerging challenges and, especially, to serve as a deliberative forum to act on behalf of succeeding generations. Among other tasks, it could issue advice and guidance with respect to long-term governance of the global commons, delivery of global public goods and managing global public risks.(From OCA, page 77)
REASON: 328 I believe the Trusteeship Council may play a more critical role than the Summit, because it may provide a scenario for frequent conversation between Member States, rather than the unique, high-profile Summit, that may fall into a mere declaration of good will.



Detailed Question: The activities of the Trusteeship Council have been suspended since 1994. Previous commissions and secretaries general, along with some Member States, have proposed a repurposing of the Council to enhance the governance of the global commons. Building on these ideas, and as part of the follow-up to Our Common Agenda, I invite States to consider making the Council available as a multi-stakeholder body to tackle emerging challenges and, especially, to serve as a deliberative forum to act on behalf of succeeding generations. Among other tasks, it could issue advice and guidance with respect to long-term governance of the global commons, delivery of global public goods and managing global public risks.(From OCA, page 77)
REASON: 329 A trusteeship council can provide coordinated guidance for providing sustainable solutions for global issues.



Detailed Question: The activities of the Trusteeship Council have been suspended since 1994. Previous commissions and secretaries general, along with some Member States, have proposed a repurposing of the Council to enhance the governance of the global commons. Building on these ideas, and as part of the follow-up to Our Common Agenda, I invite States to consider making the Council available as a multi-stakeholder body to tackle emerging challenges and, especially, to serve as a deliberative forum to act on behalf of succeeding generations. Among other tasks, it could issue advice and guidance with respect to long-term governance of the global commons, delivery of global public goods and managing global public risks.(From OCA, page 77)
REASON: 330 UNSG could request IT leaders to make this new Trusteeship Council on the Future a model of modern decision support software systems. Define multi-stakeholder to include future-oriented businesses, academia, and NGOs. Since it will be difficult to get all the multi-stakeholders in the hall, it should function as a virtual body; hence, it could have large numbers, and many sub-elements using software to collect, assess, and recommend actions: Some actions for government to take; some actions for businesses to take; some actions academics to take (universities and think tanks), and some for NGOs to take.



Detailed Question: The activities of the Trusteeship Council have been suspended since 1994. Previous commissions and secretaries general, along with some Member States, have proposed a repurposing of the Council to enhance the governance of the global commons. Building on these ideas, and as part of the follow-up to Our Common Agenda, I invite States to consider making the Council available as a multi-stakeholder body to tackle emerging challenges and, especially, to serve as a deliberative forum to act on behalf of succeeding generations. Among other tasks, it could issue advice and guidance with respect to long-term governance of the global commons, delivery of global public goods and managing global public risks.(From OCA, page 77)
REASON: 331 it depends on the power and what the council is able to implement; no new discussion round needed



Detailed Question: The activities of the Trusteeship Council have been suspended since 1994. Previous commissions and secretaries general, along with some Member States, have proposed a repurposing of the Council to enhance the governance of the global commons. Building on these ideas, and as part of the follow-up to Our Common Agenda, I invite States to consider making the Council available as a multi-stakeholder body to tackle emerging challenges and, especially, to serve as a deliberative forum to act on behalf of succeeding generations. Among other tasks, it could issue advice and guidance with respect to long-term governance of the global commons, delivery of global public goods and managing global public risks.(From OCA, page 77)
REASON: 332 Un liderazgo efectivo con personas que puedan formular políticas independientes de intereses y con miradas que pongan la ética por sobre los anteriores, es una solución que es complicada de implementar pero no es imposible hacerlo con aquellos que tengan mejor formación en el ámbito humanitario holístico y sin anteponer lo económico (aunque sea su campo de acción preferente)por sobre lo que la población requiere.



Detailed Question: The activities of the Trusteeship Council have been suspended since 1994. Previous commissions and secretaries general, along with some Member States, have proposed a repurposing of the Council to enhance the governance of the global commons. Building on these ideas, and as part of the follow-up to Our Common Agenda, I invite States to consider making the Council available as a multi-stakeholder body to tackle emerging challenges and, especially, to serve as a deliberative forum to act on behalf of succeeding generations. Among other tasks, it could issue advice and guidance with respect to long-term governance of the global commons, delivery of global public goods and managing global public risks.(From OCA, page 77)
REASON: 333 Conceive in advance and in a versatile way the definition of the analysis system, so that this allows novelties in the election of the stakeholders in the different versions of the council



Detailed Question: The activities of the Trusteeship Council have been suspended since 1994. Previous commissions and secretaries general, along with some Member States, have proposed a repurposing of the Council to enhance the governance of the global commons. Building on these ideas, and as part of the follow-up to Our Common Agenda, I invite States to consider making the Council available as a multi-stakeholder body to tackle emerging challenges and, especially, to serve as a deliberative forum to act on behalf of succeeding generations. Among other tasks, it could issue advice and guidance with respect to long-term governance of the global commons, delivery of global public goods and managing global public risks.(From OCA, page 77)
REASON: 334 Drawing on the example of the Finnish Parliament, I would hope that the Council would a) draw a report on the future regularly and infrequently (e.g. every 4 years) b) to act as an ambassador / multiplier of foresight culture in the UN system, and c) to keep away from the politics of other UN Bodies (e.g. I would not expect it to have views on the future of war and security as this is the subject of the security Council)



Detailed Question: The activities of the Trusteeship Council have been suspended since 1994. Previous commissions and secretaries general, along with some Member States, have proposed a repurposing of the Council to enhance the governance of the global commons. Building on these ideas, and as part of the follow-up to Our Common Agenda, I invite States to consider making the Council available as a multi-stakeholder body to tackle emerging challenges and, especially, to serve as a deliberative forum to act on behalf of succeeding generations. Among other tasks, it could issue advice and guidance with respect to long-term governance of the global commons, delivery of global public goods and managing global public risks.(From OCA, page 77)
REASON: 335 Keep aspirations and expectations reasonable. Expect bureaucracy. Strive to provide meaningful insights, rather than to compel behavior.



Detailed Question: The activities of the Trusteeship Council have been suspended since 1994. Previous commissions and secretaries general, along with some Member States, have proposed a repurposing of the Council to enhance the governance of the global commons. Building on these ideas, and as part of the follow-up to Our Common Agenda, I invite States to consider making the Council available as a multi-stakeholder body to tackle emerging challenges and, especially, to serve as a deliberative forum to act on behalf of succeeding generations. Among other tasks, it could issue advice and guidance with respect to long-term governance of the global commons, delivery of global public goods and managing global public risks.(From OCA, page 77)
REASON: 336 An encounter with the top 100 millionaires in the world would generate awareness around the subjects to be addressed by the United Nations and the Millennium Project



Detailed Question: The activities of the Trusteeship Council have been suspended since 1994. Previous commissions and secretaries general, along with some Member States, have proposed a repurposing of the Council to enhance the governance of the global commons. Building on these ideas, and as part of the follow-up to Our Common Agenda, I invite States to consider making the Council available as a multi-stakeholder body to tackle emerging challenges and, especially, to serve as a deliberative forum to act on behalf of succeeding generations. Among other tasks, it could issue advice and guidance with respect to long-term governance of the global commons, delivery of global public goods and managing global public risks.(From OCA, page 77)
REASON: 337 Both the summit of the future and the trusteeship council can be of critical importance or have a rather small importance it depends on how important the individual countries deem it.



Detailed Question: The activities of the Trusteeship Council have been suspended since 1994. Previous commissions and secretaries general, along with some Member States, have proposed a repurposing of the Council to enhance the governance of the global commons. Building on these ideas, and as part of the follow-up to Our Common Agenda, I invite States to consider making the Council available as a multi-stakeholder body to tackle emerging challenges and, especially, to serve as a deliberative forum to act on behalf of succeeding generations. Among other tasks, it could issue advice and guidance with respect to long-term governance of the global commons, delivery of global public goods and managing global public risks.(From OCA, page 77)
REASON: 338 create a democratically and transparently chosen council Voice of the council may give direction in national decisions.



Detailed Question: The activities of the Trusteeship Council have been suspended since 1994. Previous commissions and secretaries general, along with some Member States, have proposed a repurposing of the Council to enhance the governance of the global commons. Building on these ideas, and as part of the follow-up to Our Common Agenda, I invite States to consider making the Council available as a multi-stakeholder body to tackle emerging challenges and, especially, to serve as a deliberative forum to act on behalf of succeeding generations. Among other tasks, it could issue advice and guidance with respect to long-term governance of the global commons, delivery of global public goods and managing global public risks.(From OCA, page 77)
REASON: 339 The Trusteeship Council was designed to supervise the governments of trust territories and to lead them to self-government or independence. In the same spirit, a repurposed Council might serve to to enhance the governance of the global commons, especially where internecine conflicting interests or lack of foresight vis-à-vis emerging challenges prevent or hold back progress. Harking back to its original objective, the Council would likewise serve as a deliberative forum acting in the name and on behalf of future generations, not forgetting today's youth.



Detailed Question: The activities of the Trusteeship Council have been suspended since 1994. Previous commissions and secretaries general, along with some Member States, have proposed a repurposing of the Council to enhance the governance of the global commons. Building on these ideas, and as part of the follow-up to Our Common Agenda, I invite States to consider making the Council available as a multi-stakeholder body to tackle emerging challenges and, especially, to serve as a deliberative forum to act on behalf of succeeding generations. Among other tasks, it could issue advice and guidance with respect to long-term governance of the global commons, delivery of global public goods and managing global public risks.(From OCA, page 77)
REASON: 340 It needs a budget to side with other international foundations in investing in laudable projects.



Detailed Question: The activities of the Trusteeship Council have been suspended since 1994. Previous commissions and secretaries general, along with some Member States, have proposed a repurposing of the Council to enhance the governance of the global commons. Building on these ideas, and as part of the follow-up to Our Common Agenda, I invite States to consider making the Council available as a multi-stakeholder body to tackle emerging challenges and, especially, to serve as a deliberative forum to act on behalf of succeeding generations. Among other tasks, it could issue advice and guidance with respect to long-term governance of the global commons, delivery of global public goods and managing global public risks.(From OCA, page 77)
REASON: 341 Manage the trade-off of independence. Organizations might have good will but also might have an agenda. Governments compete by nature, factors such as geopolitics or economics will tend to shift points of view or contributions.



Detailed Question: The activities of the Trusteeship Council have been suspended since 1994. Previous commissions and secretaries general, along with some Member States, have proposed a repurposing of the Council to enhance the governance of the global commons. Building on these ideas, and as part of the follow-up to Our Common Agenda, I invite States to consider making the Council available as a multi-stakeholder body to tackle emerging challenges and, especially, to serve as a deliberative forum to act on behalf of succeeding generations. Among other tasks, it could issue advice and guidance with respect to long-term governance of the global commons, delivery of global public goods and managing global public risks.(From OCA, page 77)
REASON: 342 This could be a base of reference for the summit to discuss its contents and could gain support from a continuous collective intelligence platform for analyzing early signals and trends in a participatory way



Detailed Question: The activities of the Trusteeship Council have been suspended since 1994. Previous commissions and secretaries general, along with some Member States, have proposed a repurposing of the Council to enhance the governance of the global commons. Building on these ideas, and as part of the follow-up to Our Common Agenda, I invite States to consider making the Council available as a multi-stakeholder body to tackle emerging challenges and, especially, to serve as a deliberative forum to act on behalf of succeeding generations. Among other tasks, it could issue advice and guidance with respect to long-term governance of the global commons, delivery of global public goods and managing global public risks.(From OCA, page 77)
REASON: 343 A true multi-stakeholder foresight body should include political decision makers, academic specialists, professional futurists and representatives from selected future-orientended foundations, businesses and NGOs. To ensure that the council has a public esteem that will make it listened to, the council should include celebrated scientists (perhaps a Nobel laureate or two), renowned activists or philosophers, political leaders and possibly cultural icons with a future-oriented agenda (think Greta Thunberg).



Detailed Question: The activities of the Trusteeship Council have been suspended since 1994. Previous commissions and secretaries general, along with some Member States, have proposed a repurposing of the Council to enhance the governance of the global commons. Building on these ideas, and as part of the follow-up to Our Common Agenda, I invite States to consider making the Council available as a multi-stakeholder body to tackle emerging challenges and, especially, to serve as a deliberative forum to act on behalf of succeeding generations. Among other tasks, it could issue advice and guidance with respect to long-term governance of the global commons, delivery of global public goods and managing global public risks.(From OCA, page 77)
REASON: 344 The Council or similar body should integrate other UN bodies, academia, private sector, NGOs and Governments, as the Millennium Project does.



Detailed Question: The activities of the Trusteeship Council have been suspended since 1994. Previous commissions and secretaries general, along with some Member States, have proposed a repurposing of the Council to enhance the governance of the global commons. Building on these ideas, and as part of the follow-up to Our Common Agenda, I invite States to consider making the Council available as a multi-stakeholder body to tackle emerging challenges and, especially, to serve as a deliberative forum to act on behalf of succeeding generations. Among other tasks, it could issue advice and guidance with respect to long-term governance of the global commons, delivery of global public goods and managing global public risks.(From OCA, page 77)
REASON: 345 I think that the Council should be the permanent arm of the Summit of the Future to enforce action between events. The council also should have the role of negotiating with governments worldwide to binding agreements on the relevant subjects of the future.



Detailed Question: The activities of the Trusteeship Council have been suspended since 1994. Previous commissions and secretaries general, along with some Member States, have proposed a repurposing of the Council to enhance the governance of the global commons. Building on these ideas, and as part of the follow-up to Our Common Agenda, I invite States to consider making the Council available as a multi-stakeholder body to tackle emerging challenges and, especially, to serve as a deliberative forum to act on behalf of succeeding generations. Among other tasks, it could issue advice and guidance with respect to long-term governance of the global commons, delivery of global public goods and managing global public risks.(From OCA, page 77)
REASON: 346 - The creation of a special comission of youths, they will be advisors for the UN departments - Leave space for the voice of young people: we talk about them but we don't talk to them - Do projection exercises (rational dimension) and imagination (subjective dimension) bringing together all the leaders who make global decisions and who have descendants: children, grandchildren, great-grandchildren. There has to be an emotional approach in this direction within a great public consultation - Build intergenerational dialogues towards common futures - because today for the first time in history we have 6 generations living together. This is an immense opportunity to expand creativity to create solutions to the crisis and create a collaborative culture instead of generational warfare.



Detailed Question: The activities of the Trusteeship Council have been suspended since 1994. Previous commissions and secretaries general, along with some Member States, have proposed a repurposing of the Council to enhance the governance of the global commons. Building on these ideas, and as part of the follow-up to Our Common Agenda, I invite States to consider making the Council available as a multi-stakeholder body to tackle emerging challenges and, especially, to serve as a deliberative forum to act on behalf of succeeding generations. Among other tasks, it could issue advice and guidance with respect to long-term governance of the global commons, delivery of global public goods and managing global public risks.(From OCA, page 77)
REASON: 347 Appointed think tanks selected from each continent or region



Detailed Question: The activities of the Trusteeship Council have been suspended since 1994. Previous commissions and secretaries general, along with some Member States, have proposed a repurposing of the Council to enhance the governance of the global commons. Building on these ideas, and as part of the follow-up to Our Common Agenda, I invite States to consider making the Council available as a multi-stakeholder body to tackle emerging challenges and, especially, to serve as a deliberative forum to act on behalf of succeeding generations. Among other tasks, it could issue advice and guidance with respect to long-term governance of the global commons, delivery of global public goods and managing global public risks.(From OCA, page 77)
REASON: 348 If this committee can really play a role, it needs to define its functions more clearly and give clear work content and implementation plan.



Detailed Question: The activities of the Trusteeship Council have been suspended since 1994. Previous commissions and secretaries general, along with some Member States, have proposed a repurposing of the Council to enhance the governance of the global commons. Building on these ideas, and as part of the follow-up to Our Common Agenda, I invite States to consider making the Council available as a multi-stakeholder body to tackle emerging challenges and, especially, to serve as a deliberative forum to act on behalf of succeeding generations. Among other tasks, it could issue advice and guidance with respect to long-term governance of the global commons, delivery of global public goods and managing global public risks.(From OCA, page 77)
REASON: 349 Hasta que los países no vivan una situación extrema no habrá conciencia de las necesidades de unión



Detailed Question: The activities of the Trusteeship Council have been suspended since 1994. Previous commissions and secretaries general, along with some Member States, have proposed a repurposing of the Council to enhance the governance of the global commons. Building on these ideas, and as part of the follow-up to Our Common Agenda, I invite States to consider making the Council available as a multi-stakeholder body to tackle emerging challenges and, especially, to serve as a deliberative forum to act on behalf of succeeding generations. Among other tasks, it could issue advice and guidance with respect to long-term governance of the global commons, delivery of global public goods and managing global public risks.(From OCA, page 77)
REASON: 350 The council needs to consist mostly of professional’s researchers, foresights people and actions bodies from different fields to prevent political issues or obstacles. Giving a long terms view of global risk for the public and to prepare different government bodies and companies what is ahead.



Detailed Question: The activities of the Trusteeship Council have been suspended since 1994. Previous commissions and secretaries general, along with some Member States, have proposed a repurposing of the Council to enhance the governance of the global commons. Building on these ideas, and as part of the follow-up to Our Common Agenda, I invite States to consider making the Council available as a multi-stakeholder body to tackle emerging challenges and, especially, to serve as a deliberative forum to act on behalf of succeeding generations. Among other tasks, it could issue advice and guidance with respect to long-term governance of the global commons, delivery of global public goods and managing global public risks.(From OCA, page 77)
REASON: 351 It will be necessary to create subgroups using a digital plateform to collect information, analyse it and propose action plans. A section dedicated to academics with universities and high schools will be binding.



Detailed Question: The activities of the Trusteeship Council have been suspended since 1994. Previous commissions and secretaries general, along with some Member States, have proposed a repurposing of the Council to enhance the governance of the global commons. Building on these ideas, and as part of the follow-up to Our Common Agenda, I invite States to consider making the Council available as a multi-stakeholder body to tackle emerging challenges and, especially, to serve as a deliberative forum to act on behalf of succeeding generations. Among other tasks, it could issue advice and guidance with respect to long-term governance of the global commons, delivery of global public goods and managing global public risks.(From OCA, page 77)
REASON: 352 ***Radical transparency, open mindedness, focus on good examples that work (e.g. bringing in experiences and results from indigenous populations) and learn...



Detailed Question: The activities of the Trusteeship Council have been suspended since 1994. Previous commissions and secretaries general, along with some Member States, have proposed a repurposing of the Council to enhance the governance of the global commons. Building on these ideas, and as part of the follow-up to Our Common Agenda, I invite States to consider making the Council available as a multi-stakeholder body to tackle emerging challenges and, especially, to serve as a deliberative forum to act on behalf of succeeding generations. Among other tasks, it could issue advice and guidance with respect to long-term governance of the global commons, delivery of global public goods and managing global public risks.(From OCA, page 77)
REASON: 353 The Council will be more effective if they can create parallel councils among multi stakeholder future foresight bodies in each region and each country with offices in the Office of the President and membership from various sectors; academia, industries, NGOs, government. The council should have active and regular online interaction with the public on matters of future foresight interest and as an avenue for collecting early warning signals on various future challenges.



Detailed Question: The activities of the Trusteeship Council have been suspended since 1994. Previous commissions and secretaries general, along with some Member States, have proposed a repurposing of the Council to enhance the governance of the global commons. Building on these ideas, and as part of the follow-up to Our Common Agenda, I invite States to consider making the Council available as a multi-stakeholder body to tackle emerging challenges and, especially, to serve as a deliberative forum to act on behalf of succeeding generations. Among other tasks, it could issue advice and guidance with respect to long-term governance of the global commons, delivery of global public goods and managing global public risks.(From OCA, page 77)
REASON: 354 Include as members of the Council people who can dedicate reasonable time to it and are committed with the responsibilities that this entails.



Detailed Question: The activities of the Trusteeship Council have been suspended since 1994. Previous commissions and secretaries general, along with some Member States, have proposed a repurposing of the Council to enhance the governance of the global commons. Building on these ideas, and as part of the follow-up to Our Common Agenda, I invite States to consider making the Council available as a multi-stakeholder body to tackle emerging challenges and, especially, to serve as a deliberative forum to act on behalf of succeeding generations. Among other tasks, it could issue advice and guidance with respect to long-term governance of the global commons, delivery of global public goods and managing global public risks.(From OCA, page 77)
REASON: 355 Reconvertir el Consejo Fiduciario en un sistema de autogobierno de los países del mundo en vez de 14 colonias, para enfrentar los retos del futuro, el cumplimiento de los bienes públicos globales, que deben proteger o implementar para la salvación de la humanidad post pandemia, requerirá formas complejas y novedosas de gestión. En primer lugar este Consejo debe estar conformado por los líderes científicos, políticos, empresariales, religiosos, académicos y juristas, entre otros, que actualmente desarrollan las acciones más destacadas y eficaces en la construcción del nuevo orden social del futuro, teniendo como base los bienes colectivos mundiales. Este Consejo debe operar en todos los países coadyuvando un liderazgo institucional de largo plazo con los actores sociales e institucionales involucrados. El Consejo debe supervisar su elección y a la par hacer un monitoreo de los plantes, objetivos, y metas de largo plazo, haciendo transparente sus proyectos y presupuestos con un sistema de gobierno electrónico y Observatorio, que la sociedad civil y las naciones puedan seguir comparando y compartiendo sus logros, fracasos y también las sanciones correspondientes. Entre los miembros de este Consejo no pueden faltar los representantes de los pueblos originarios que aún siguen discriminados como en México, Guatemala, Bolivia, Perú, Chile, en América Latina, sin cuya incorporación, no será posible eliminar el colonialismo interno aún existente.



Detailed Question: The activities of the Trusteeship Council have been suspended since 1994. Previous commissions and secretaries general, along with some Member States, have proposed a repurposing of the Council to enhance the governance of the global commons. Building on these ideas, and as part of the follow-up to Our Common Agenda, I invite States to consider making the Council available as a multi-stakeholder body to tackle emerging challenges and, especially, to serve as a deliberative forum to act on behalf of succeeding generations. Among other tasks, it could issue advice and guidance with respect to long-term governance of the global commons, delivery of global public goods and managing global public risks.(From OCA, page 77)
REASON: 356 This Council cannot be just a deliberative forum, it must have some powers and be consulted in a mandatory manner for making decisions that compromise the intergenerational future.



Detailed Question: The activities of the Trusteeship Council have been suspended since 1994. Previous commissions and secretaries general, along with some Member States, have proposed a repurposing of the Council to enhance the governance of the global commons. Building on these ideas, and as part of the follow-up to Our Common Agenda, I invite States to consider making the Council available as a multi-stakeholder body to tackle emerging challenges and, especially, to serve as a deliberative forum to act on behalf of succeeding generations. Among other tasks, it could issue advice and guidance with respect to long-term governance of the global commons, delivery of global public goods and managing global public risks.(From OCA, page 77)
REASON: 357 UN organizations. One has to use GEO UNEP experience



Detailed Question: The activities of the Trusteeship Council have been suspended since 1994. Previous commissions and secretaries general, along with some Member States, have proposed a repurposing of the Council to enhance the governance of the global commons. Building on these ideas, and as part of the follow-up to Our Common Agenda, I invite States to consider making the Council available as a multi-stakeholder body to tackle emerging challenges and, especially, to serve as a deliberative forum to act on behalf of succeeding generations. Among other tasks, it could issue advice and guidance with respect to long-term governance of the global commons, delivery of global public goods and managing global public risks.(From OCA, page 77)
REASON: 358 The Council should be enlarged and with equal representation for all continents and then for all countries with equal voting



Detailed Question: The activities of the Trusteeship Council have been suspended since 1994. Previous commissions and secretaries general, along with some Member States, have proposed a repurposing of the Council to enhance the governance of the global commons. Building on these ideas, and as part of the follow-up to Our Common Agenda, I invite States to consider making the Council available as a multi-stakeholder body to tackle emerging challenges and, especially, to serve as a deliberative forum to act on behalf of succeeding generations. Among other tasks, it could issue advice and guidance with respect to long-term governance of the global commons, delivery of global public goods and managing global public risks.(From OCA, page 77)
REASON: 359 After the foresight the action plan should be followed by UN people, foresight practitioners in each country and whoever would be helpful in the process. Its important to have an international committee that should follow the situation in the whole world as well and give advices and support for those who are find it more difficult to achieve the goals.



Detailed Question: The activities of the Trusteeship Council have been suspended since 1994. Previous commissions and secretaries general, along with some Member States, have proposed a repurposing of the Council to enhance the governance of the global commons. Building on these ideas, and as part of the follow-up to Our Common Agenda, I invite States to consider making the Council available as a multi-stakeholder body to tackle emerging challenges and, especially, to serve as a deliberative forum to act on behalf of succeeding generations. Among other tasks, it could issue advice and guidance with respect to long-term governance of the global commons, delivery of global public goods and managing global public risks.(From OCA, page 77)
REASON: 360 Se requiere de elaborará una política conjunta entre cada uno de los paises donde se indiquen y expongan a la mayor contidad de personas los objetivos que se pretenden lograr con esta acción. Estas informaciones se brindarán de forma conjunta con un llamado para ser participe en la implementación de este proyecto. A partir de los resultados de este llamado, bajo criterios ya especificados, se podrán seleccionar quienes formarán parte.



Detailed Question: The activities of the Trusteeship Council have been suspended since 1994. Previous commissions and secretaries general, along with some Member States, have proposed a repurposing of the Council to enhance the governance of the global commons. Building on these ideas, and as part of the follow-up to Our Common Agenda, I invite States to consider making the Council available as a multi-stakeholder body to tackle emerging challenges and, especially, to serve as a deliberative forum to act on behalf of succeeding generations. Among other tasks, it could issue advice and guidance with respect to long-term governance of the global commons, delivery of global public goods and managing global public risks.(From OCA, page 77)
REASON: 361 local organism with effective power to intervent on the environmental local policy



Detailed Question: The activities of the Trusteeship Council have been suspended since 1994. Previous commissions and secretaries general, along with some Member States, have proposed a repurposing of the Council to enhance the governance of the global commons. Building on these ideas, and as part of the follow-up to Our Common Agenda, I invite States to consider making the Council available as a multi-stakeholder body to tackle emerging challenges and, especially, to serve as a deliberative forum to act on behalf of succeeding generations. Among other tasks, it could issue advice and guidance with respect to long-term governance of the global commons, delivery of global public goods and managing global public risks.(From OCA, page 77)
REASON: 362 50%+ of the council are highly experienced Polymath people (= have extensive knowledge across fields and able to differentiate effective solutions from symptom treatment).



Detailed Question: The activities of the Trusteeship Council have been suspended since 1994. Previous commissions and secretaries general, along with some Member States, have proposed a repurposing of the Council to enhance the governance of the global commons. Building on these ideas, and as part of the follow-up to Our Common Agenda, I invite States to consider making the Council available as a multi-stakeholder body to tackle emerging challenges and, especially, to serve as a deliberative forum to act on behalf of succeeding generations. Among other tasks, it could issue advice and guidance with respect to long-term governance of the global commons, delivery of global public goods and managing global public risks.(From OCA, page 77)
REASON: 363 Perhaps an important function of this Council could be to monitor and promote the main results of each Summit, and coordinate subcouncils of different stake holders, universities, countries, generations, regions, gender.



Detailed Question: The activities of the Trusteeship Council have been suspended since 1994. Previous commissions and secretaries general, along with some Member States, have proposed a repurposing of the Council to enhance the governance of the global commons. Building on these ideas, and as part of the follow-up to Our Common Agenda, I invite States to consider making the Council available as a multi-stakeholder body to tackle emerging challenges and, especially, to serve as a deliberative forum to act on behalf of succeeding generations. Among other tasks, it could issue advice and guidance with respect to long-term governance of the global commons, delivery of global public goods and managing global public risks.(From OCA, page 77)
REASON: 364 La aplicación de metodologías participativas amplias y no excluyentes, que generen sinergias de esfuerzos hacia problemas acuciantes, podrían ser útiles para mejorar la labor del fondo. El desarrollo de discusiones que involucren a múltiples actores privados y públicos de distintos niveles, sin una separación necesaria entre sus intervenciones, permitirá elaborar recomendaciones holísticas que tengan en consideración la interconexión actual entre los esfuerzos prospectivos. Asimismo, el fondo podría tomar un factor de apoyo académico, que ayude a generar discusiones y recomendaciones sobre temáticas no concebidas originalmente.



Detailed Question: The activities of the Trusteeship Council have been suspended since 1994. Previous commissions and secretaries general, along with some Member States, have proposed a repurposing of the Council to enhance the governance of the global commons. Building on these ideas, and as part of the follow-up to Our Common Agenda, I invite States to consider making the Council available as a multi-stakeholder body to tackle emerging challenges and, especially, to serve as a deliberative forum to act on behalf of succeeding generations. Among other tasks, it could issue advice and guidance with respect to long-term governance of the global commons, delivery of global public goods and managing global public risks.(From OCA, page 77)
REASON: 365 The council will be effective if the members will be selected in a transparent way and they will be change-makers. Also it is important to be organized based on the quadruple helix principle, giving a voice to all the actors in the innovation ecosystem.



Detailed Question: The activities of the Trusteeship Council have been suspended since 1994. Previous commissions and secretaries general, along with some Member States, have proposed a repurposing of the Council to enhance the governance of the global commons. Building on these ideas, and as part of the follow-up to Our Common Agenda, I invite States to consider making the Council available as a multi-stakeholder body to tackle emerging challenges and, especially, to serve as a deliberative forum to act on behalf of succeeding generations. Among other tasks, it could issue advice and guidance with respect to long-term governance of the global commons, delivery of global public goods and managing global public risks.(From OCA, page 77)
REASON: 366 That young people really felt heard and had the power to influence future strategies. That they could use their power of communication and their presence on social media to expand this listening among young people, with diversity and inclusion



Detailed Question: The activities of the Trusteeship Council have been suspended since 1994. Previous commissions and secretaries general, along with some Member States, have proposed a repurposing of the Council to enhance the governance of the global commons. Building on these ideas, and as part of the follow-up to Our Common Agenda, I invite States to consider making the Council available as a multi-stakeholder body to tackle emerging challenges and, especially, to serve as a deliberative forum to act on behalf of succeeding generations. Among other tasks, it could issue advice and guidance with respect to long-term governance of the global commons, delivery of global public goods and managing global public risks.(From OCA, page 77)
REASON: 367 I agree with the responses of others and have nothing to add, except DO IT NOW!



Detailed Question: The activities of the Trusteeship Council have been suspended since 1994. Previous commissions and secretaries general, along with some Member States, have proposed a repurposing of the Council to enhance the governance of the global commons. Building on these ideas, and as part of the follow-up to Our Common Agenda, I invite States to consider making the Council available as a multi-stakeholder body to tackle emerging challenges and, especially, to serve as a deliberative forum to act on behalf of succeeding generations. Among other tasks, it could issue advice and guidance with respect to long-term governance of the global commons, delivery of global public goods and managing global public risks.(From OCA, page 77)
REASON: 368 Members from industrial states



Detailed Question: The activities of the Trusteeship Council have been suspended since 1994. Previous commissions and secretaries general, along with some Member States, have proposed a repurposing of the Council to enhance the governance of the global commons. Building on these ideas, and as part of the follow-up to Our Common Agenda, I invite States to consider making the Council available as a multi-stakeholder body to tackle emerging challenges and, especially, to serve as a deliberative forum to act on behalf of succeeding generations. Among other tasks, it could issue advice and guidance with respect to long-term governance of the global commons, delivery of global public goods and managing global public risks.(From OCA, page 77)
REASON: 369 The Trusteeship Council will need to have adequate foresight competency and clear mandates that enable it to overcome systemic inertia in the organisations, institutions and other bodies that it deals with.



Detailed Question: The activities of the Trusteeship Council have been suspended since 1994. Previous commissions and secretaries general, along with some Member States, have proposed a repurposing of the Council to enhance the governance of the global commons. Building on these ideas, and as part of the follow-up to Our Common Agenda, I invite States to consider making the Council available as a multi-stakeholder body to tackle emerging challenges and, especially, to serve as a deliberative forum to act on behalf of succeeding generations. Among other tasks, it could issue advice and guidance with respect to long-term governance of the global commons, delivery of global public goods and managing global public risks.(From OCA, page 77)
REASON: 370 It is important as long as their members can influence their peers to engage in the activities for real.



Detailed Question: The activities of the Trusteeship Council have been suspended since 1994. Previous commissions and secretaries general, along with some Member States, have proposed a repurposing of the Council to enhance the governance of the global commons. Building on these ideas, and as part of the follow-up to Our Common Agenda, I invite States to consider making the Council available as a multi-stakeholder body to tackle emerging challenges and, especially, to serve as a deliberative forum to act on behalf of succeeding generations. Among other tasks, it could issue advice and guidance with respect to long-term governance of the global commons, delivery of global public goods and managing global public risks.(From OCA, page 77)
REASON: 371 1?The key is what the so-called multi-stakeholder group should be, 2. The problem is that the current UN Security Council members cannot represent global stakeholders, but it is also difficult to involve all multi stakeholders



Detailed Question: The activities of the Trusteeship Council have been suspended since 1994. Previous commissions and secretaries general, along with some Member States, have proposed a repurposing of the Council to enhance the governance of the global commons. Building on these ideas, and as part of the follow-up to Our Common Agenda, I invite States to consider making the Council available as a multi-stakeholder body to tackle emerging challenges and, especially, to serve as a deliberative forum to act on behalf of succeeding generations. Among other tasks, it could issue advice and guidance with respect to long-term governance of the global commons, delivery of global public goods and managing global public risks.(From OCA, page 77)
REASON: 372 The head and organizational structure of the Trusteeship Council



Detailed Question: The activities of the Trusteeship Council have been suspended since 1994. Previous commissions and secretaries general, along with some Member States, have proposed a repurposing of the Council to enhance the governance of the global commons. Building on these ideas, and as part of the follow-up to Our Common Agenda, I invite States to consider making the Council available as a multi-stakeholder body to tackle emerging challenges and, especially, to serve as a deliberative forum to act on behalf of succeeding generations. Among other tasks, it could issue advice and guidance with respect to long-term governance of the global commons, delivery of global public goods and managing global public risks.(From OCA, page 77)
REASON: 373 An ability to connect into a wider ecosystem of stakeholders so that it doesn’t become a small group of elites deciding what constitutes good stewardship / trusteeship on behalf of the planet. Rotate people through, multidisciplinary and truly representative membership. Ensure that this group 1) understands foresight; and 2) takes on the lessons from the past of what it takes to turn foresight into meaningful action and outcomes – from individual level through to countries, and global collaborations.



Detailed Question: The activities of the Trusteeship Council have been suspended since 1994. Previous commissions and secretaries general, along with some Member States, have proposed a repurposing of the Council to enhance the governance of the global commons. Building on these ideas, and as part of the follow-up to Our Common Agenda, I invite States to consider making the Council available as a multi-stakeholder body to tackle emerging challenges and, especially, to serve as a deliberative forum to act on behalf of succeeding generations. Among other tasks, it could issue advice and guidance with respect to long-term governance of the global commons, delivery of global public goods and managing global public risks.(From OCA, page 77)
REASON: 374 Make this process even more participatory and transparent through a global consultation, in all countries, where citizens are asked: who should lead and integrate it, how they should be selected, how to organize themselves, their skills in global issues, duties, the budget that should allocate the means and resources. The consultation could be articulated in a different way in each country, but guaranteeing representativeness: young people, companies,...



Detailed Question: The activities of the Trusteeship Council have been suspended since 1994. Previous commissions and secretaries general, along with some Member States, have proposed a repurposing of the Council to enhance the governance of the global commons. Building on these ideas, and as part of the follow-up to Our Common Agenda, I invite States to consider making the Council available as a multi-stakeholder body to tackle emerging challenges and, especially, to serve as a deliberative forum to act on behalf of succeeding generations. Among other tasks, it could issue advice and guidance with respect to long-term governance of the global commons, delivery of global public goods and managing global public risks.(From OCA, page 77)
REASON: 375 More focus on the content and emphasis on the human aspects of issues instead of global economics and politics. The aims of the council should be concrete and shall encourage the exchange of best practices and the implementation of their suggestions.



Detailed Question: The activities of the Trusteeship Council have been suspended since 1994. Previous commissions and secretaries general, along with some Member States, have proposed a repurposing of the Council to enhance the governance of the global commons. Building on these ideas, and as part of the follow-up to Our Common Agenda, I invite States to consider making the Council available as a multi-stakeholder body to tackle emerging challenges and, especially, to serve as a deliberative forum to act on behalf of succeeding generations. Among other tasks, it could issue advice and guidance with respect to long-term governance of the global commons, delivery of global public goods and managing global public risks.(From OCA, page 77)
REASON: 376 Trainership opportunities are imporant for two resons : giving the young some skills and knowledge and updating the old. Trainerships should be done more hands on business and lack formal boundaries.



Detailed Question: The activities of the Trusteeship Council have been suspended since 1994. Previous commissions and secretaries general, along with some Member States, have proposed a repurposing of the Council to enhance the governance of the global commons. Building on these ideas, and as part of the follow-up to Our Common Agenda, I invite States to consider making the Council available as a multi-stakeholder body to tackle emerging challenges and, especially, to serve as a deliberative forum to act on behalf of succeeding generations. Among other tasks, it could issue advice and guidance with respect to long-term governance of the global commons, delivery of global public goods and managing global public risks.(From OCA, page 77)
REASON: 377 As with question one above, setting clear goals and bringing on board politicians of international stature and communicators trusted by the general public to carry the strategy through.



Detailed Question: The activities of the Trusteeship Council have been suspended since 1994. Previous commissions and secretaries general, along with some Member States, have proposed a repurposing of the Council to enhance the governance of the global commons. Building on these ideas, and as part of the follow-up to Our Common Agenda, I invite States to consider making the Council available as a multi-stakeholder body to tackle emerging challenges and, especially, to serve as a deliberative forum to act on behalf of succeeding generations. Among other tasks, it could issue advice and guidance with respect to long-term governance of the global commons, delivery of global public goods and managing global public risks.(From OCA, page 77)
REASON: 378 It can be combined with the LAB as an analytical and executional division. Otherwise it can develope in another do-nothing body.



Detailed Question: The activities of the Trusteeship Council have been suspended since 1994. Previous commissions and secretaries general, along with some Member States, have proposed a repurposing of the Council to enhance the governance of the global commons. Building on these ideas, and as part of the follow-up to Our Common Agenda, I invite States to consider making the Council available as a multi-stakeholder body to tackle emerging challenges and, especially, to serve as a deliberative forum to act on behalf of succeeding generations. Among other tasks, it could issue advice and guidance with respect to long-term governance of the global commons, delivery of global public goods and managing global public risks.(From OCA, page 77)
REASON: 379 Me parece que el punto positivo de pensar en el Consejo de Administración Fiduciaria para mejorar la gobernanza de los bienes comunes globales, es que es uno de los seis principales órganos de las NU. Es decir, contaría con un alto rango de autoridad. PERO requiere de reformas que no se han hecho en 28 años. ¿ o supondría dejar la gobernanza en manos del Consejo de Seguridad? Eso no queda claro en el Informe del SG, quien, en cambio, habla de la reforma de los tres órganos principales de las Naciones Unidas Para ser factible, se necesita contar con la anuencia de los Estados Miembros. Y una consulta con los organismos especializados y programas de las Naciones Unidas vinculados con los temas específicos ( medio ambiente, océanos ...) De otra manera, se repetiría la duplicación de esfuerzos y sustitución de áreas especializadas



Detailed Question: The activities of the Trusteeship Council have been suspended since 1994. Previous commissions and secretaries general, along with some Member States, have proposed a repurposing of the Council to enhance the governance of the global commons. Building on these ideas, and as part of the follow-up to Our Common Agenda, I invite States to consider making the Council available as a multi-stakeholder body to tackle emerging challenges and, especially, to serve as a deliberative forum to act on behalf of succeeding generations. Among other tasks, it could issue advice and guidance with respect to long-term governance of the global commons, delivery of global public goods and managing global public risks.(From OCA, page 77)
REASON: 380 - Create a Global Future Compact instead. See my Row 6



Detailed Question: The activities of the Trusteeship Council have been suspended since 1994. Previous commissions and secretaries general, along with some Member States, have proposed a repurposing of the Council to enhance the governance of the global commons. Building on these ideas, and as part of the follow-up to Our Common Agenda, I invite States to consider making the Council available as a multi-stakeholder body to tackle emerging challenges and, especially, to serve as a deliberative forum to act on behalf of succeeding generations. Among other tasks, it could issue advice and guidance with respect to long-term governance of the global commons, delivery of global public goods and managing global public risks.(From OCA, page 77)
REASON: 381 To have a clear definition on what topics are going to be prioritized in its agenda. Have a close relationship with Member States to provide them with useful recommendations on effective use of foresight to tackle global issues.



Detailed Question: The activities of the Trusteeship Council have been suspended since 1994. Previous commissions and secretaries general, along with some Member States, have proposed a repurposing of the Council to enhance the governance of the global commons. Building on these ideas, and as part of the follow-up to Our Common Agenda, I invite States to consider making the Council available as a multi-stakeholder body to tackle emerging challenges and, especially, to serve as a deliberative forum to act on behalf of succeeding generations. Among other tasks, it could issue advice and guidance with respect to long-term governance of the global commons, delivery of global public goods and managing global public risks.(From OCA, page 77)
REASON: 382 Multi stakeholder involvement such as that of the industry, especially IT industry captains, futurists, environmentalists and similar empowered groups is necessary to make the council more effective.



Detailed Question: The activities of the Trusteeship Council have been suspended since 1994. Previous commissions and secretaries general, along with some Member States, have proposed a repurposing of the Council to enhance the governance of the global commons. Building on these ideas, and as part of the follow-up to Our Common Agenda, I invite States to consider making the Council available as a multi-stakeholder body to tackle emerging challenges and, especially, to serve as a deliberative forum to act on behalf of succeeding generations. Among other tasks, it could issue advice and guidance with respect to long-term governance of the global commons, delivery of global public goods and managing global public risks.(From OCA, page 77)
REASON: 383 it should be led by the United Nations and for it to be effective, special ambassadors from the countries and representatives of the business world and workers (ILO) should be added.



Detailed Question: The activities of the Trusteeship Council have been suspended since 1994. Previous commissions and secretaries general, along with some Member States, have proposed a repurposing of the Council to enhance the governance of the global commons. Building on these ideas, and as part of the follow-up to Our Common Agenda, I invite States to consider making the Council available as a multi-stakeholder body to tackle emerging challenges and, especially, to serve as a deliberative forum to act on behalf of succeeding generations. Among other tasks, it could issue advice and guidance with respect to long-term governance of the global commons, delivery of global public goods and managing global public risks.(From OCA, page 77)
REASON: 384 20 years ago Silicon Valley corporate leaders were prepared to upgraded the UN system at no cost to state of art information management systems, but senior UN management could not come up with their requirements. Today, the UNSG could make their request again to make this new Trusteeship Council on the Future a model of modern decision support systems.



Detailed Question: The activities of the Trusteeship Council have been suspended since 1994. Previous commissions and secretaries general, along with some Member States, have proposed a repurposing of the Council to enhance the governance of the global commons. Building on these ideas, and as part of the follow-up to Our Common Agenda, I invite States to consider making the Council available as a multi-stakeholder body to tackle emerging challenges and, especially, to serve as a deliberative forum to act on behalf of succeeding generations. Among other tasks, it could issue advice and guidance with respect to long-term governance of the global commons, delivery of global public goods and managing global public risks.(From OCA, page 77)
REASON: 385 Follow-up by rewarding participating institutions that follow the recommendations. A plaque, a favored institution status in future procurements, scholarships, etc.



Detailed Question: The activities of the Trusteeship Council have been suspended since 1994. Previous commissions and secretaries general, along with some Member States, have proposed a repurposing of the Council to enhance the governance of the global commons. Building on these ideas, and as part of the follow-up to Our Common Agenda, I invite States to consider making the Council available as a multi-stakeholder body to tackle emerging challenges and, especially, to serve as a deliberative forum to act on behalf of succeeding generations. Among other tasks, it could issue advice and guidance with respect to long-term governance of the global commons, delivery of global public goods and managing global public risks.(From OCA, page 77)
REASON: 386 Debe ampliar la participación de otras instituciones u organizaciones planetarias, de modo que la base de opciones se diversifique y se puedan tener mejores propuestas con opciones diferentes, alternativas o de elección, ante los desafíos propios de lo que se debería solucionar con mayores probabilidades de éxito.



Detailed Question: The activities of the Trusteeship Council have been suspended since 1994. Previous commissions and secretaries general, along with some Member States, have proposed a repurposing of the Council to enhance the governance of the global commons. Building on these ideas, and as part of the follow-up to Our Common Agenda, I invite States to consider making the Council available as a multi-stakeholder body to tackle emerging challenges and, especially, to serve as a deliberative forum to act on behalf of succeeding generations. Among other tasks, it could issue advice and guidance with respect to long-term governance of the global commons, delivery of global public goods and managing global public risks.(From OCA, page 77)
REASON: 387 The public needs to be involved. Citizens need to have trust and hope for the future to understand that only with change of mind and behaviour we will be able to reach SDGs and our Common Agenda. Media and social media networks need to be involved! A just transition needs to be supported by all stakeholders!



Detailed Question: The activities of the Trusteeship Council have been suspended since 1994. Previous commissions and secretaries general, along with some Member States, have proposed a repurposing of the Council to enhance the governance of the global commons. Building on these ideas, and as part of the follow-up to Our Common Agenda, I invite States to consider making the Council available as a multi-stakeholder body to tackle emerging challenges and, especially, to serve as a deliberative forum to act on behalf of succeeding generations. Among other tasks, it could issue advice and guidance with respect to long-term governance of the global commons, delivery of global public goods and managing global public risks.(From OCA, page 77)
REASON: 388 Que no quede reducido a la participación de los estados miembros e incorpore expertos y OOII de estudios de futuro



Detailed Question: The activities of the Trusteeship Council have been suspended since 1994. Previous commissions and secretaries general, along with some Member States, have proposed a repurposing of the Council to enhance the governance of the global commons. Building on these ideas, and as part of the follow-up to Our Common Agenda, I invite States to consider making the Council available as a multi-stakeholder body to tackle emerging challenges and, especially, to serve as a deliberative forum to act on behalf of succeeding generations. Among other tasks, it could issue advice and guidance with respect to long-term governance of the global commons, delivery of global public goods and managing global public risks.(From OCA, page 77)
REASON: 389 Whereas the work of the Summits should be very publically visible, the activities of the Council should be shielded from non-professional influences by maintaining a low key as long as possible while being open to meaningful scrutiny.



Detailed Question: The activities of the Trusteeship Council have been suspended since 1994. Previous commissions and secretaries general, along with some Member States, have proposed a repurposing of the Council to enhance the governance of the global commons. Building on these ideas, and as part of the follow-up to Our Common Agenda, I invite States to consider making the Council available as a multi-stakeholder body to tackle emerging challenges and, especially, to serve as a deliberative forum to act on behalf of succeeding generations. Among other tasks, it could issue advice and guidance with respect to long-term governance of the global commons, delivery of global public goods and managing global public risks.(From OCA, page 77)
REASON: 390 A Futures Lab should promote Futures Literacy among citizens and the public at large.



Detailed Question: The activities of the Trusteeship Council have been suspended since 1994. Previous commissions and secretaries general, along with some Member States, have proposed a repurposing of the Council to enhance the governance of the global commons. Building on these ideas, and as part of the follow-up to Our Common Agenda, I invite States to consider making the Council available as a multi-stakeholder body to tackle emerging challenges and, especially, to serve as a deliberative forum to act on behalf of succeeding generations. Among other tasks, it could issue advice and guidance with respect to long-term governance of the global commons, delivery of global public goods and managing global public risks.(From OCA, page 77)
REASON: 391 Step 1: To take actions to generate motivation and engagement to participate in the event by 100 millionaires Step 2: To unfold a communication strategy from the United Nation in the most prominent media in the world. Step 3: To define through foresight activities, the top 100 millionaires who could boost employment and income-building programmes in the world



Detailed Question: The activities of the Trusteeship Council have been suspended since 1994. Previous commissions and secretaries general, along with some Member States, have proposed a repurposing of the Council to enhance the governance of the global commons. Building on these ideas, and as part of the follow-up to Our Common Agenda, I invite States to consider making the Council available as a multi-stakeholder body to tackle emerging challenges and, especially, to serve as a deliberative forum to act on behalf of succeeding generations. Among other tasks, it could issue advice and guidance with respect to long-term governance of the global commons, delivery of global public goods and managing global public risks.(From OCA, page 77)
REASON: 392 execute research on the preferred composition of the council. To avoid an old boys network or a preferred kids podium.



Detailed Question: The activities of the Trusteeship Council have been suspended since 1994. Previous commissions and secretaries general, along with some Member States, have proposed a repurposing of the Council to enhance the governance of the global commons. Building on these ideas, and as part of the follow-up to Our Common Agenda, I invite States to consider making the Council available as a multi-stakeholder body to tackle emerging challenges and, especially, to serve as a deliberative forum to act on behalf of succeeding generations. Among other tasks, it could issue advice and guidance with respect to long-term governance of the global commons, delivery of global public goods and managing global public risks.(From OCA, page 77)
REASON: 393 Much as the Security Council, the revamped Trusteeship Council must be made more representative of the 21st century: this implies enlargement, including better representation of countries around the world and arrangements for more voices at the table.



Detailed Question: The activities of the Trusteeship Council have been suspended since 1994. Previous commissions and secretaries general, along with some Member States, have proposed a repurposing of the Council to enhance the governance of the global commons. Building on these ideas, and as part of the follow-up to Our Common Agenda, I invite States to consider making the Council available as a multi-stakeholder body to tackle emerging challenges and, especially, to serve as a deliberative forum to act on behalf of succeeding generations. Among other tasks, it could issue advice and guidance with respect to long-term governance of the global commons, delivery of global public goods and managing global public risks.(From OCA, page 77)
REASON: 394 Ensure there is proper representation from multiple country-wide society groups are included to prevent bias or dominant culture.



Detailed Question: The activities of the Trusteeship Council have been suspended since 1994. Previous commissions and secretaries general, along with some Member States, have proposed a repurposing of the Council to enhance the governance of the global commons. Building on these ideas, and as part of the follow-up to Our Common Agenda, I invite States to consider making the Council available as a multi-stakeholder body to tackle emerging challenges and, especially, to serve as a deliberative forum to act on behalf of succeeding generations. Among other tasks, it could issue advice and guidance with respect to long-term governance of the global commons, delivery of global public goods and managing global public risks.(From OCA, page 77)
REASON: 395 Existing UN bureaucracy needs to somehow bar set aside long enough for collective intelligence systems across not only the entire UN system of organizations, but tapping into a much wider range of institutional knowledge and expertise including multilateral and bilateral donors, private industry groups, educational and civil society and technical and social research institutions. The UN is not alone in not being able to communicate across itself, the IMF is similarly functioning on unintegrated digital systems which means they are even beginning to be able to apply AI to their myriad economic analyses. Also, somehow the public needs to be able to be involved, either by great transparency of the actions, deliberations and recommendations and subsequent consequences of the Trusteeship. And politics needs to be kept out of it as much as possible!



Detailed Question: The activities of the Trusteeship Council have been suspended since 1994. Previous commissions and secretaries general, along with some Member States, have proposed a repurposing of the Council to enhance the governance of the global commons. Building on these ideas, and as part of the follow-up to Our Common Agenda, I invite States to consider making the Council available as a multi-stakeholder body to tackle emerging challenges and, especially, to serve as a deliberative forum to act on behalf of succeeding generations. Among other tasks, it could issue advice and guidance with respect to long-term governance of the global commons, delivery of global public goods and managing global public risks.(From OCA, page 77)
REASON: 396 Access is important, especially if its works are also connected to online collective intelligence platform. Moderation is not trivial. The most important things is to stop having empty representatives talking in circles



Detailed Question: The activities of the Trusteeship Council have been suspended since 1994. Previous commissions and secretaries general, along with some Member States, have proposed a repurposing of the Council to enhance the governance of the global commons. Building on these ideas, and as part of the follow-up to Our Common Agenda, I invite States to consider making the Council available as a multi-stakeholder body to tackle emerging challenges and, especially, to serve as a deliberative forum to act on behalf of succeeding generations. Among other tasks, it could issue advice and guidance with respect to long-term governance of the global commons, delivery of global public goods and managing global public risks.(From OCA, page 77)
REASON: 397 Need for clear rules and initial agreements on how the Body would operate.



Detailed Question: The activities of the Trusteeship Council have been suspended since 1994. Previous commissions and secretaries general, along with some Member States, have proposed a repurposing of the Council to enhance the governance of the global commons. Building on these ideas, and as part of the follow-up to Our Common Agenda, I invite States to consider making the Council available as a multi-stakeholder body to tackle emerging challenges and, especially, to serve as a deliberative forum to act on behalf of succeeding generations. Among other tasks, it could issue advice and guidance with respect to long-term governance of the global commons, delivery of global public goods and managing global public risks.(From OCA, page 77)
REASON: 398 The most important lesson to be learned is the use of binding agreements to achieve desired futures. Countries that usually refuse to join such agreements due to economic costs, such as the USA, should be penalized by the global community with some sort of economic sanction.



Detailed Question: The activities of the Trusteeship Council have been suspended since 1994. Previous commissions and secretaries general, along with some Member States, have proposed a repurposing of the Council to enhance the governance of the global commons. Building on these ideas, and as part of the follow-up to Our Common Agenda, I invite States to consider making the Council available as a multi-stakeholder body to tackle emerging challenges and, especially, to serve as a deliberative forum to act on behalf of succeeding generations. Among other tasks, it could issue advice and guidance with respect to long-term governance of the global commons, delivery of global public goods and managing global public risks.(From OCA, page 77)
REASON: 399 Serious vetting before appointing trustees, check the capacity before appointing a University or a think tank



Detailed Question: The activities of the Trusteeship Council have been suspended since 1994. Previous commissions and secretaries general, along with some Member States, have proposed a repurposing of the Council to enhance the governance of the global commons. Building on these ideas, and as part of the follow-up to Our Common Agenda, I invite States to consider making the Council available as a multi-stakeholder body to tackle emerging challenges and, especially, to serve as a deliberative forum to act on behalf of succeeding generations. Among other tasks, it could issue advice and guidance with respect to long-term governance of the global commons, delivery of global public goods and managing global public risks.(From OCA, page 77)
REASON: 400 The work of the Trusteeship Council needs to be connected to online collective intelligence platform and on a Metaverse dedicaded.



Detailed Question: The activities of the Trusteeship Council have been suspended since 1994. Previous commissions and secretaries general, along with some Member States, have proposed a repurposing of the Council to enhance the governance of the global commons. Building on these ideas, and as part of the follow-up to Our Common Agenda, I invite States to consider making the Council available as a multi-stakeholder body to tackle emerging challenges and, especially, to serve as a deliberative forum to act on behalf of succeeding generations. Among other tasks, it could issue advice and guidance with respect to long-term governance of the global commons, delivery of global public goods and managing global public risks.(From OCA, page 77)
REASON: 401 The council needs to consist mostly of professional’s researchers, foresights people and actions bodies from different fields to prevent political issues or obstacles. Giving a long terms view of global risk for the public and to prepare different government bodies and companies what is ahead.



Detailed Question: The activities of the Trusteeship Council have been suspended since 1994. Previous commissions and secretaries general, along with some Member States, have proposed a repurposing of the Council to enhance the governance of the global commons. Building on these ideas, and as part of the follow-up to Our Common Agenda, I invite States to consider making the Council available as a multi-stakeholder body to tackle emerging challenges and, especially, to serve as a deliberative forum to act on behalf of succeeding generations. Among other tasks, it could issue advice and guidance with respect to long-term governance of the global commons, delivery of global public goods and managing global public risks.(From OCA, page 77)
REASON: 402 - start promoting young voices initiatives like what Teach the Future movement is doing - Promote youths and policy makers dialogues - Create youths councils across all UN departments



Detailed Question: The activities of the Trusteeship Council have been suspended since 1994. Previous commissions and secretaries general, along with some Member States, have proposed a repurposing of the Council to enhance the governance of the global commons. Building on these ideas, and as part of the follow-up to Our Common Agenda, I invite States to consider making the Council available as a multi-stakeholder body to tackle emerging challenges and, especially, to serve as a deliberative forum to act on behalf of succeeding generations. Among other tasks, it could issue advice and guidance with respect to long-term governance of the global commons, delivery of global public goods and managing global public risks.(From OCA, page 77)
REASON: 403 Rienforce Compliance at al llevels



Detailed Question: The activities of the Trusteeship Council have been suspended since 1994. Previous commissions and secretaries general, along with some Member States, have proposed a repurposing of the Council to enhance the governance of the global commons. Building on these ideas, and as part of the follow-up to Our Common Agenda, I invite States to consider making the Council available as a multi-stakeholder body to tackle emerging challenges and, especially, to serve as a deliberative forum to act on behalf of succeeding generations. Among other tasks, it could issue advice and guidance with respect to long-term governance of the global commons, delivery of global public goods and managing global public risks.(From OCA, page 77)
REASON: 404 Make it digital in an attractive way by design. Focus on building a future where trust reflects in everything. We need to make small steps that works as hat Kevin Kelly calls: Protopia. And make that visible... Also, can we define the purpose of the world that is Massive, Transformative and Inclusive. Futurist Peter Diamandis talks about the MTP (Massive Transformative Purpose). Each and every organization (and even each individual should have one). I added inclusiveness to that Purpose to reflect things like Trust.



Detailed Question: The activities of the Trusteeship Council have been suspended since 1994. Previous commissions and secretaries general, along with some Member States, have proposed a repurposing of the Council to enhance the governance of the global commons. Building on these ideas, and as part of the follow-up to Our Common Agenda, I invite States to consider making the Council available as a multi-stakeholder body to tackle emerging challenges and, especially, to serve as a deliberative forum to act on behalf of succeeding generations. Among other tasks, it could issue advice and guidance with respect to long-term governance of the global commons, delivery of global public goods and managing global public risks.(From OCA, page 77)
REASON: 405 The key is that all the actors in the system and international society are previously informed, can make proposals that are distilled and presented to the Council, and public opinion receives transparent information. There must be an ethical commitment of all the actors.



Detailed Question: The activities of the Trusteeship Council have been suspended since 1994. Previous commissions and secretaries general, along with some Member States, have proposed a repurposing of the Council to enhance the governance of the global commons. Building on these ideas, and as part of the follow-up to Our Common Agenda, I invite States to consider making the Council available as a multi-stakeholder body to tackle emerging challenges and, especially, to serve as a deliberative forum to act on behalf of succeeding generations. Among other tasks, it could issue advice and guidance with respect to long-term governance of the global commons, delivery of global public goods and managing global public risks.(From OCA, page 77)
REASON: 406 The formation of the council must first be approved, then its establishment, and the most important thing is to activate it



Detailed Question: The activities of the Trusteeship Council have been suspended since 1994. Previous commissions and secretaries general, along with some Member States, have proposed a repurposing of the Council to enhance the governance of the global commons. Building on these ideas, and as part of the follow-up to Our Common Agenda, I invite States to consider making the Council available as a multi-stakeholder body to tackle emerging challenges and, especially, to serve as a deliberative forum to act on behalf of succeeding generations. Among other tasks, it could issue advice and guidance with respect to long-term governance of the global commons, delivery of global public goods and managing global public risks.(From OCA, page 77)
REASON: 407 Test response 2



Detailed Question: The activities of the Trusteeship Council have been suspended since 1994. Previous commissions and secretaries general, along with some Member States, have proposed a repurposing of the Council to enhance the governance of the global commons. Building on these ideas, and as part of the follow-up to Our Common Agenda, I invite States to consider making the Council available as a multi-stakeholder body to tackle emerging challenges and, especially, to serve as a deliberative forum to act on behalf of succeeding generations. Among other tasks, it could issue advice and guidance with respect to long-term governance of the global commons, delivery of global public goods and managing global public risks.(From OCA, page 77)
REASON: 408 The futures language should be more accessible to the people in general through media and opinion leaders.



Detailed Question: The activities of the Trusteeship Council have been suspended since 1994. Previous commissions and secretaries general, along with some Member States, have proposed a repurposing of the Council to enhance the governance of the global commons. Building on these ideas, and as part of the follow-up to Our Common Agenda, I invite States to consider making the Council available as a multi-stakeholder body to tackle emerging challenges and, especially, to serve as a deliberative forum to act on behalf of succeeding generations. Among other tasks, it could issue advice and guidance with respect to long-term governance of the global commons, delivery of global public goods and managing global public risks.(From OCA, page 77)
REASON: 409 El alcance y la magnitud de esta propuesta conlleva como primer paso exponer las necesidades de formación del consejo. Para esto deberán ser utilizadas las diversas vías de comunicación existentes. Con esto se busca integrar a la mayor cantidad de interesados en asumir los las responsabilidades individuales y colectivas que esto genera. Como lección aprendida deberá tenerse en cuenta, cuales acciones incidieron en la formación de confianza entre los grupos de interés. Además, la identificación de las características de los grupos mas interesados y representados para ser parte de ese proyecto.



Detailed Question: The activities of the Trusteeship Council have been suspended since 1994. Previous commissions and secretaries general, along with some Member States, have proposed a repurposing of the Council to enhance the governance of the global commons. Building on these ideas, and as part of the follow-up to Our Common Agenda, I invite States to consider making the Council available as a multi-stakeholder body to tackle emerging challenges and, especially, to serve as a deliberative forum to act on behalf of succeeding generations. Among other tasks, it could issue advice and guidance with respect to long-term governance of the global commons, delivery of global public goods and managing global public risks.(From OCA, page 77)
REASON: 410 Education and coaching of the members in the highest-impact in relevant Laws of Nature



Detailed Question: The activities of the Trusteeship Council have been suspended since 1994. Previous commissions and secretaries general, along with some Member States, have proposed a repurposing of the Council to enhance the governance of the global commons. Building on these ideas, and as part of the follow-up to Our Common Agenda, I invite States to consider making the Council available as a multi-stakeholder body to tackle emerging challenges and, especially, to serve as a deliberative forum to act on behalf of succeeding generations. Among other tasks, it could issue advice and guidance with respect to long-term governance of the global commons, delivery of global public goods and managing global public risks.(From OCA, page 77)
REASON: 411 El fondo debería incorporar más actores en distintos niveles de gobernanza, para hacer frente de una manera global y a la vez localizada de las problemáticas prospectivas discutidas, esto podría entablar problemas de desarrollo y organización de las reuniones, por lo que el fondo podría tomar en consideración los avances hechos en materia de reuniones y discusiones virtuales, como las desarrolladas durante la pandemia de COVID-19, desarrollando un modelo novel de organización y generación de insumos para los miembros, esto puede ser apoyado por las capacidades de actores privados en la aplicación de metodologías flexibles para las discusiones.



Detailed Question: The activities of the Trusteeship Council have been suspended since 1994. Previous commissions and secretaries general, along with some Member States, have proposed a repurposing of the Council to enhance the governance of the global commons. Building on these ideas, and as part of the follow-up to Our Common Agenda, I invite States to consider making the Council available as a multi-stakeholder body to tackle emerging challenges and, especially, to serve as a deliberative forum to act on behalf of succeeding generations. Among other tasks, it could issue advice and guidance with respect to long-term governance of the global commons, delivery of global public goods and managing global public risks.(From OCA, page 77)
REASON: 412 There is a need to be very well promoted and the members should be persons able to spread the world in their communities. The council will be effective of the people will trust its members.



Detailed Question: The activities of the Trusteeship Council have been suspended since 1994. Previous commissions and secretaries general, along with some Member States, have proposed a repurposing of the Council to enhance the governance of the global commons. Building on these ideas, and as part of the follow-up to Our Common Agenda, I invite States to consider making the Council available as a multi-stakeholder body to tackle emerging challenges and, especially, to serve as a deliberative forum to act on behalf of succeeding generations. Among other tasks, it could issue advice and guidance with respect to long-term governance of the global commons, delivery of global public goods and managing global public risks.(From OCA, page 77)
REASON: 413 This council has to have direct support from the UN General Secretary - they must feel that their advice matters and is influential.



Detailed Question: The activities of the Trusteeship Council have been suspended since 1994. Previous commissions and secretaries general, along with some Member States, have proposed a repurposing of the Council to enhance the governance of the global commons. Building on these ideas, and as part of the follow-up to Our Common Agenda, I invite States to consider making the Council available as a multi-stakeholder body to tackle emerging challenges and, especially, to serve as a deliberative forum to act on behalf of succeeding generations. Among other tasks, it could issue advice and guidance with respect to long-term governance of the global commons, delivery of global public goods and managing global public risks.(From OCA, page 77)
REASON: 414 All States of international community power including China and Russia has



Detailed Question: The activities of the Trusteeship Council have been suspended since 1994. Previous commissions and secretaries general, along with some Member States, have proposed a repurposing of the Council to enhance the governance of the global commons. Building on these ideas, and as part of the follow-up to Our Common Agenda, I invite States to consider making the Council available as a multi-stakeholder body to tackle emerging challenges and, especially, to serve as a deliberative forum to act on behalf of succeeding generations. Among other tasks, it could issue advice and guidance with respect to long-term governance of the global commons, delivery of global public goods and managing global public risks.(From OCA, page 77)
REASON: 415 The Trusteeship Council needs to be visible and accessible. Communication will be key to its success: it needs to be able to communicate its activities and outcomes in ways that are meaningful to a broad range of stakeholders. It also needs to demonstrate that it is responsive to concerns of those that it is meant to represent. The most significant challenges that need to be addressed, however, are to problematise and prioritise the future, and to present the future as a viable means to address contemporary challenges. To this end, the Trusteeship Council should be focused not only on envisioning futures, but also promoting practical implications of envisioned futures.



Detailed Question: The activities of the Trusteeship Council have been suspended since 1994. Previous commissions and secretaries general, along with some Member States, have proposed a repurposing of the Council to enhance the governance of the global commons. Building on these ideas, and as part of the follow-up to Our Common Agenda, I invite States to consider making the Council available as a multi-stakeholder body to tackle emerging challenges and, especially, to serve as a deliberative forum to act on behalf of succeeding generations. Among other tasks, it could issue advice and guidance with respect to long-term governance of the global commons, delivery of global public goods and managing global public risks.(From OCA, page 77)
REASON: 416 As the Foresight Body, the positioning on behalf of multi-stakeholder may be wrong. The organization responsible for the future of the world and mankind should go beyond all kinds of interest related organizations. Therefore, a representative future research institute or team that transcends interests and borders may be closer to the original intention of the UN Foresight Body



Detailed Question: The activities of the Trusteeship Council have been suspended since 1994. Previous commissions and secretaries general, along with some Member States, have proposed a repurposing of the Council to enhance the governance of the global commons. Building on these ideas, and as part of the follow-up to Our Common Agenda, I invite States to consider making the Council available as a multi-stakeholder body to tackle emerging challenges and, especially, to serve as a deliberative forum to act on behalf of succeeding generations. Among other tasks, it could issue advice and guidance with respect to long-term governance of the global commons, delivery of global public goods and managing global public risks.(From OCA, page 77)
REASON: 417 The Trusteeship Council needs to establish its own organizational structure, rules and regulations, and operation mode



Detailed Question: The activities of the Trusteeship Council have been suspended since 1994. Previous commissions and secretaries general, along with some Member States, have proposed a repurposing of the Council to enhance the governance of the global commons. Building on these ideas, and as part of the follow-up to Our Common Agenda, I invite States to consider making the Council available as a multi-stakeholder body to tackle emerging challenges and, especially, to serve as a deliberative forum to act on behalf of succeeding generations. Among other tasks, it could issue advice and guidance with respect to long-term governance of the global commons, delivery of global public goods and managing global public risks.(From OCA, page 77)
REASON: 418 Wide consultation on the design of the Council and howe it operates, and then regular check-ins with the wider ecosystem to see howe it’s doing. Total transparency of its discussions, interactions, assessments, and interventions and their impacts. Need a clear process for how this group works with the ultimate Summit decision makers and those who will lead implementation of the outcomes.



Detailed Question: The activities of the Trusteeship Council have been suspended since 1994. Previous commissions and secretaries general, along with some Member States, have proposed a repurposing of the Council to enhance the governance of the global commons. Building on these ideas, and as part of the follow-up to Our Common Agenda, I invite States to consider making the Council available as a multi-stakeholder body to tackle emerging challenges and, especially, to serve as a deliberative forum to act on behalf of succeeding generations. Among other tasks, it could issue advice and guidance with respect to long-term governance of the global commons, delivery of global public goods and managing global public risks.(From OCA, page 77)
REASON: 419 As with question one,the difficulty would be finding enough politicians and communicators of sufficient stature to carry it through.



Detailed Question: The activities of the Trusteeship Council have been suspended since 1994. Previous commissions and secretaries general, along with some Member States, have proposed a repurposing of the Council to enhance the governance of the global commons. Building on these ideas, and as part of the follow-up to Our Common Agenda, I invite States to consider making the Council available as a multi-stakeholder body to tackle emerging challenges and, especially, to serve as a deliberative forum to act on behalf of succeeding generations. Among other tasks, it could issue advice and guidance with respect to long-term governance of the global commons, delivery of global public goods and managing global public risks.(From OCA, page 77)
REASON: 420 1. Desde la secretaría de las Naciones Unidas, definir el objetivo y funciones que se darían al Consejo de Administración Fiduciaria relativa a los bienes comunes globales (y otros) 2. Consulta con los organismos especializados y programas de las Naciones Unidas involucrados 3. Organizar una consulta con científicos en las diferentes materias 4. analizar la estructura del Consejo, membresía, funciones, responsabilidades, apoyo de la secretaria o de ? 5. A consideración de los Estados miembros la reforma correspondiente



Detailed Question: The activities of the Trusteeship Council have been suspended since 1994. Previous commissions and secretaries general, along with some Member States, have proposed a repurposing of the Council to enhance the governance of the global commons. Building on these ideas, and as part of the follow-up to Our Common Agenda, I invite States to consider making the Council available as a multi-stakeholder body to tackle emerging challenges and, especially, to serve as a deliberative forum to act on behalf of succeeding generations. Among other tasks, it could issue advice and guidance with respect to long-term governance of the global commons, delivery of global public goods and managing global public risks.(From OCA, page 77)
REASON: 421 The Trusteeship should have a proper representation of all reginal groups of Member States and also academic sector, private sector and civil society. It should mantain a healthy balance between diplomatic/political and technical participants.



Detailed Question: The activities of the Trusteeship Council have been suspended since 1994. Previous commissions and secretaries general, along with some Member States, have proposed a repurposing of the Council to enhance the governance of the global commons. Building on these ideas, and as part of the follow-up to Our Common Agenda, I invite States to consider making the Council available as a multi-stakeholder body to tackle emerging challenges and, especially, to serve as a deliberative forum to act on behalf of succeeding generations. Among other tasks, it could issue advice and guidance with respect to long-term governance of the global commons, delivery of global public goods and managing global public risks.(From OCA, page 77)
REASON: 422 It should be ensured that the advice and guidelines issued by the councils are accepted and implemented by all the national governments.



Detailed Question: The activities of the Trusteeship Council have been suspended since 1994. Previous commissions and secretaries general, along with some Member States, have proposed a repurposing of the Council to enhance the governance of the global commons. Building on these ideas, and as part of the follow-up to Our Common Agenda, I invite States to consider making the Council available as a multi-stakeholder body to tackle emerging challenges and, especially, to serve as a deliberative forum to act on behalf of succeeding generations. Among other tasks, it could issue advice and guidance with respect to long-term governance of the global commons, delivery of global public goods and managing global public risks.(From OCA, page 77)
REASON: 423 -More actions committed and less intention followed by no action, I guess. - Involve experts and actors that are key influencers in each of the 12 domains. - Include public monitoring board available to all interests to visualize the goals, plans, projects, actions and success progress in each domain as well as stakeholders commitment progress and evolution. Make public whoever is violating plans and goals committed.



Detailed Question: The activities of the Trusteeship Council have been suspended since 1994. Previous commissions and secretaries general, along with some Member States, have proposed a repurposing of the Council to enhance the governance of the global commons. Building on these ideas, and as part of the follow-up to Our Common Agenda, I invite States to consider making the Council available as a multi-stakeholder body to tackle emerging challenges and, especially, to serve as a deliberative forum to act on behalf of succeeding generations. Among other tasks, it could issue advice and guidance with respect to long-term governance of the global commons, delivery of global public goods and managing global public risks.(From OCA, page 77)
REASON: 424 The activities of the Trusteeship Council should be continuous and act in real-time, that is, take advantage of new technologies and establish spaces for continuous dialogue. The addition of other civil society organizations, such as NGOs, representatives of the church, and the academic world should also participate in this type of instance, it would make the diagnosis and decisions more complete because there would be more representation.



Detailed Question: The activities of the Trusteeship Council have been suspended since 1994. Previous commissions and secretaries general, along with some Member States, have proposed a repurposing of the Council to enhance the governance of the global commons. Building on these ideas, and as part of the follow-up to Our Common Agenda, I invite States to consider making the Council available as a multi-stakeholder body to tackle emerging challenges and, especially, to serve as a deliberative forum to act on behalf of succeeding generations. Among other tasks, it could issue advice and guidance with respect to long-term governance of the global commons, delivery of global public goods and managing global public risks.(From OCA, page 77)
REASON: 425 This should be open as possible, not an exclusive old boys network. Also the western bias may need to be addressed. Alternative models and experimentation may need to be adopted to form its own thriving foresight culture. Trusteeship sounds like a more just approach to formalise action.



Question: 3.
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ESTABLISH A UN FUTURES LAB
Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 426 This laboratory is very useful. In terms of solving common problems faced by mankind, this laboratory can be a platform for policy communication and Simulation in various countries, or a test platform for many new technologies and new solutions.



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 427 Without a real confidence that somehow the Futures lab would be hear and overcome poliitcal barriers, not much would get.



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 428 El laboratorio de futuros debe predefinir el tipo de enfoque prospectivo. La Agenda para el Desarrollo Sostenible al 2030 y Nuestra Agenda Común post pandemia establecen metas deseables, por tanto se sigue el foresight, que concibe el principio de la construcción de la realidad futura factible (Futurible). Este laboratorio debe partir de metas mínimas deseables con alcance normativo para lograr preservar o implemEntar los bienes públicos mundiales en las dimensiones económicas, políticas, sociales (incluyendo las migraciones) y las medio ambientales. Los stakeholders que establecerían este piso mínimo, deben ser las personalidades con mayor consenso provenientes de los organismos multilaterales, la academia, de la experiencia gubernamental democrática, de la empresa privada transnacional y MYPES, ONGS, entre otros. Luego de establecer estas metas, el laboratorio debe construir los Índices internacionales comparativos correspondientes para tener una supervisión y un diagnóstico electrónico permanente en cada país, que muestre las brechas en cada dimensión. En cada país debe instituirse, ademàs de los stakeholders locales, especialistas nacionales e internacionales que transfieran las lecciones aprendidas de los paìses màs exitosos, en proyectos de largo plazo y el presupuesto por resultados consiguiente con aprobación de los congresos correspondientes, siguiendo la lógica de los Bancos de Proyectos tanto del sector público como del privado.



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 429 It is necessary to have future research laboratory of the United Nations. It is the exhibition and seminar room for the research results of various countries. Future research is the common endeavor of all mankind. We should explore and practice realistically from a historical and dialectical perspective. The future laboratory is the center for collecting data and discussing feasibility. Its goal is the goal decomposition model of the overall system. Future research academics should practice the research direction and publish the results in a practical and realistic manner.



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 430 Discussions and talks are not sufficient. You need to engage in workshop mode. Futures lab is one option. Futures Clinique is another option. The main thing is that participants immerse in future images or scenarios in order to decide what kind of futures are desired. Futures Lab should be an open concept. Who will run it? Who will gather the data achieved? Who will analyse such insights and foresight? There are questions that have to be thought carefully in advance. Also, dissemination of results produced in a futures lab should be rapidly and widely disseminated.



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 431 Gives a focal point for collecting global futures research and assessing these to find the high impact strategies to improve the prospects for humanity.



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 432 Could be the center for analytic models that are used in forecasting. Functions to evaluate and distribute models and to furnish hard data on which such models may depend. But be careful: this might result in a not invented here syndrome so registering a model as official or acceptable like a seal of approval, could constrain thinking. The lab could also disseminate materials to schools so that students could become familiar with modelling.



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 433 Having UN and national officials participating in future labs is the best way to increase capacity on futures thinking and engage senior officials with long-term thinking.



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 434 Top-down (decisionmakers and policy makers, governance)and bottom-up (society, economy, academia)need to meet here and experiment together.



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 435 This is very critical but absolutely dependent on its ability to conduct rigorous, defensible and compelling work that has the respect of the broader UN community. This depends largely on the commitment and ability to recruit highly skilled futures researchers and foresight practitioners.



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 436 This could make a difference. Ensure this is populated by a diverse set of individuals, demographically, ideologically, politically, etc. This cannot be another forum for groupthink or agenda-driven bickering. If the people assigned to this lab can research, think, be open minded, and be willing to LISTEN to other points of view, this could be a huge success. If this becomes another echo chamber of the prevailing narrative, it will be another useless appendage that will be ridiculed and mocked. Unless done correctly, this could set the cause of foresight back many years.



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 437 The UN system has lacked a high-level space for futures and foresight, which has led to fragmentation and lost learning. The lab could serve all agencies and driver further engagement across the entire system. If it is truly a lab, then it should be grounded in sound science and practice.



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 438 This functionality would be where the real work gets done, hopefully shielded from political and bureaucratic influences for as long and as much as possible. If good ideas are to be cultivated and nurtured, this environment would be where it would happen. Without such a capability, the other fora, councils and conferences would just be more exercises in futility.



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 439 ---In fact, this may have the similar function as UN Office on Strategic Threads recommended by MP and other organizations ---It will be the largest laboratory for the future survival and development of mankind, helping UN officials and national leaders improve their ability to think about the future, the best way to think about long-term strategies.



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 440 A UN Futures Lab is critical to all of the other foresight efforts mentioned in the OCA for the following reasons: 1. Properly staff and supported by external technical and financial resources and serving across the entire UN system spectrum, it will serve as the central capacity building and foresight enabling medium. Engaging UN and national officials in Futures Lab activities will necessarily increase their capacity and inclination to think longer term and smarter with science-based decision making. 2. By functioning across the entire UN system it can be the means for integrating and cross referencing data between UN organizations, enabling science to supersede politics both within and among disparate organizations. It would necessarily have to function across all UN agencies in order to guarantee participation in and utilization of its work and its findings and recommendations. Only functioning as such could it have recognized legitimacy throughout the UN and beyond. 3. By including external technical, financial and data resources, it can be shielded from much of the usual UN political and bureaucratic influences. 4. With #1,2 &3 functioning, the Futures Lab can implement an across UN system and beyond (multilateral institutions, bilateral donors, academia, private sector research and technical AI data analysis system without having to convert all the myriad IT systems of numerous UN and other global and national and local organizations to be compatible, both saving time and money on that conversion. THIS COULD BE THE BASIS FOR A GLOBAL COLLECTIVE INTELLIGENCE SYSTEM. 5. With a diverse (demographically, ideologically, politically, including youth, and technically) staff allowed to research, experiment, and explore and listen to diverse viewpoints, more or less independently This could be the driving force for the expansion of foresight use in the UN and in global and national policy and implementation decision making.



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 441 We need this dearly, but DO NOT call it the UN Futures Lab. We all agree that an ongoing Futures Research and Action Initiative is crucial and that it should be established as a global multistakeholder body. HOWEVER it should be independent of the UN or any other global political organization that already carries all sorts of political baggage, bad habits and iffy global reputation. A global future summit led by the UN might be the place at which to start to put together a beginning framework for it before it is actually shaped and established, but it should have absolutely no overseers or minders other than a consortium of non-governmental organizations and/or some other respected independent and unaffiliated, global-good-first think tanks, etc. It's a good thing the Internet Engineering Task Force does not fall under the auspices of the UN or the ITU or we wouldn't have the miraculous connectivity and global knowledge graph we have built today. This should be established as soon as possible. Recognized global futurists whose work has been inspired by our departed but most-beloved and prescient predecessors should be the independent experts who work to design the framework. A global tax of some sort might fund the work. It should not be named UN Futures Lab. Both UN and Lab are not wise. People assign highly varied meanings to the word lab - sounds like a place where experiments are carried out that harm living things. And the UN should definitely take advantage of what the new Global Future Research Organization or whatever will develop and contribute greatly to its inputs, but it should not be - in any way, shape or form - the UN's unit.



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 442 If the Trusteeship Council and the Futures Lab are separate bodies, there is a risk that they will chart competing paths for the future, causing a lack of clarity of goals.



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 443 As futures studies are still a young planning discipline, there is a need to have a strong futures lab within the UNGS office that would support the work of the whole new UN futures network.



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 444 As a part of a future lab myself, I see how futures research needs methodological rigor to keep the subjectivity of analysis as low as possible.



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 445 multiple valuable research is conducted at many think tanks from around the world, the UN futures lab can work as the main hub to synergise, increase value and amplify the importance of the futures work.



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 446 UN Future Lab could accommodate a space of creativity where ideas of all kinds would be taken in account with benevolence in order to identify weak signals. Researchers in Foresight studies and Creativity would animate this space.



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 447 I think that this is critical. Here, ideas can be shared scrutinised



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 448 Agree with the many comments on how Very Critical a Future Lab is. This Future Lab could provide the scientific and objective basis for UN discussion, decisions and activities related to the Future. This would fulfill a foresight function with best practices that could be useful.



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 449 Threats to the future survival of human race are increasing in number and magnitude due to population explosion, inequitable distribution of wealth, poverty and poor governance in many poor countries of the world. New technologies and frontiers are emerging in robotics and artificial intelligence, nanotechnology, weapons of war and space exploration with little or no consideration for possible errors that could have negative global consequences in the use of emerging technologies. The Future Lab will provide a veritable platform where every voice can be heard and where every voice matters, and where decisions and proactive measures can be communicated to relevant bodies for action to guarantee the future survival of the human race regardless of differences in race, religion, sex or region.



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 450 Future Lab as a basin of the continuously changing world futures where these possible futures are getting to the surface. Without this function we cannot explore or construct the widest range of possible world futures.



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 451 The futures lab is critical for the continuous scanning of signals of change. It will help in detecting, categorising signals to future challenges and opportunities. Simulations and experimentations are some of the functions taht must be performed by the futures lab.



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 452 It's where the real work is done, and also where the main insight for all other UN and international bodies is created and evaluated. It will create a sort of standard (but flexible) toolbox of analytical methods, know-how and international experties that national governments can mirror for their own future labs (if they don't already have one). It will also spur an increase in young reseachers and analysts pursuing a career in future studies, which will help improve the overall level.



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 453 1. Agree that the naming can be contentious - given historical wrongs relating to human subject experiments 2. However, also agree and recognize the significance of funding and supporting futures research as a global public good



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 454 It is esential as a body which can put the future oriented view for the global gobernance.



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 455 Everything mentioned in this paragraph of the report is important.



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 456 It is simply not possible to care about the future without the presence of a research LAB that delves into the study and analysis of the future



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 457 This lab is fundamental to make it work.



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 458 Dice una frase popular que lo que no se mide no se puede controlar, de ahi parte la relevancia de crear este laboratorio. Las interacciones que se dan glabalmente, hace necesario considerar que los futuros deban obeservarse desde un punto global, considerando las particularidades de cada uno de los paises que permean esos futuros. Este laboratorio permitirá generar modelos que incidan en el logro de los objetivos de la construcción de escenarios futuros, siendo una de ellas, evitar las fatalidades.



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 459 This is a great idea. People from different levels can collide and run in their thinking here and share their innovative ideas.



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 460 El laboratorio sería tremendamente útil para generación y difusión de capacidades de prospectiva hacia las entidades participantes, tomando en consideración que la prospectiva como un área de estudios aún es un nicho minoritario en los currículos nacionales de estudios políticos o de Relaciones Internacionales. El laboratorio también podría servir como cuerpo concejero para el resto de instancias, como el reformado fondo fiduciario y el Summit, creando avenidas de discusión nuevas que permitan continuar la discusión y establecer nuevas áreas de preocupación sobre problemáticas crecientes.



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 461 I am totally in favor of the creation of a Futures Lab. In my opinion, the main merit of Futures Lab is to incorporate evaluative thinking into the strategies of the common agenda, connecting the learning of the programs to the desired future transformations. Learning must be related to the analysis of program designs and implementation processes, in addition to results and impacts. This is the most essential reflection. As an evaluation specialist, I see that people have a short view of this activity and think it only serves to verify accountability. Bringing the contemporary view of evaluation (based on principles, connected to systems thinking, embracing qualitative and mixed methods as rigorous evidence, and connected with transformational changes) will be an excellent asset for Futures Lab. Learning from the past, learning to see the future. It will allow us to understand how to avoid mistakes or consolidate innovations.



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 462 As with design thinking, futures thinking requires a laboratory and many workshops, in order to allow new practitioners to experiment with futures methods. Important is to develop methods for futures solutions prototyping. Importantly, the UN has the database to allow lab users to use real-time, live data. It is important to visualize and experience data in multiple forms, including data visualization, graphical recording, acting out scenarios, and so forth.



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 463 Porque un laboratorio de futuros, que haga simulación de políticas públicas, evaluaciones de políticas públicas permitirá reducir los efectos negativos de malas decisiones. No obstante, la implementación de las políticas públicas requiere de análisis técnicos, la voluntad política de los gobiernos tratantes



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 464 There is a critical need to put futures into practical contexts for proper dissemination and I would foresee a lab such as this taking on that role. There are two key functions that the lab would need to undertake: 1) To promote futures literacy and capacity (as is mentioned in the report), and 2) to derive from foresight outcomes practical implications for relevant stakeholders, i.e. not only what the future could look like but what it means for what *I* do.



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 465 Only an effective organization can facilitate the development of the future field



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 466 Cada ciudadano planetario debiera tener acceso a algún nivel de participación y a la información que se levante.



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 467 The establishment of the UN Future Risk Laboratory is a visionary initiative!Where will humanity go?What is the future civilization of mankind like?Where is the direction of human evolution?Is it possible for mankind to create great civilizations together?And so on, these problems are not a distant problem, but a contemporary urgent problem to face.We must break the shackles of thinking, gather experts and scholars with foresight and vision in all fields, and open up a field with the collision of theories and ideas and using modern science and technology, various disciplines and interdisciplinary practice ——. This is the practical and future need to establish the United Nations Future Laboratory. ??“??????????”??????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????——????“????????”????????????



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 468 It is crucial to test the ideas and assumptions and exchange experiences that would enable better predictions. A playful approach enables us to think out of the box and eliminate the state of current societal and political order from future projections.



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 469 Because a laboratory of futures, which simulates public policies, evaluations of public policies will reduce the negative effects of bad decisions. However, the implementation of public policies requires technical analysis, the political will of the treating governments.



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 470 such a lab will be a useful tool to test approaches and to collect information bottom-up



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 471 The global issues that we currently face can only be attacked through a collective intelligence system of this nature involving a wide range of international and professional bodies, transnational organisations and diplomatic channels.



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 472 El laboratorio de futuros es un espacio de construcciòn esencial para delinear estrategias con objetivos y acciones para todos los actores participantes, quienes a su vez, se motivan e interesan por el tiempo futuro.



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 473 It´s critical and essential that UN establishes this FUTURES LAB. We not only have to get together and think about the Future, but WE have to unlearn, learn and relearn concepts about it, analyze it to understand it and be transformative and work and build impactful and visible initiatives that are shown through and by this LAB to de World. Also, UN should collaborate with other worldwide private and public organizations that are already working and dedicated to Foresight like Association of Professional Futurists, Universities, private Orgs like Institute for the Future, Future Today Institute, Copenhagen Institute for the Futures and other likewise to integrate their valuable work into the FUTURES LAB.



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 474 A UN Future Lab could help developing countries in the public policy creation process, by providing aditional information and a deeper comprehension of the topics that governments are trying to fix.



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 475 In my opinion the Futures Lab, along with the Reports are the most critical of the initiatives proposed by the SG. This Futures Lab may well be the place to access open and collective knowledge, from the most acknowledged persons and organizations that work on foresight.



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 476 A futures laboratory is very important, especially because it can deliver in real-time and also report on potential risk scenarios for humanity and countries.



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 477 For whom? With whom? To do what?



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 478 Solving future problems requires long-term funding and government support. First, people from all walks of life need to improve their understanding.



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 479 A Futures Lab is critical to improve global foresight for several reasons, including: 1) to create an official space for systemic and systematic global futures research; 2) perform foresight using futures studies methods and with the participation/coordination by professional futurists; 3) creates a space for democratic brainstorming among experts and non-experts for providing input to politicians -- who, ideally, would also be involved in the process; 4) are the appropriate structure for identifying potential issues and opportunities concerning the common future of the planet in a collaborative way.



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 480 Yes, that would be a valuable service



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 481 Too many international/multilateral bodies, reports, FULL OF BUREAUCRATIC JARGON!! Knowledge is NOT the limitation. REFUSAL to act by rich and powerful governments as well as individuals is the BIG LIMITATION!!



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 482 No solo es crítico sino que urgente e indispensable hacerlo a la brevedad posible, con el objetivo de poder tener antecedentes que permitan formular políticas claras respecto de la situación actual con miras a corregir el futuro, pero ahora ya, si más dilaciones.



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 483 The EU foresight focus as well as the OECD focus both contribute to the field. The same would go for a UN futures lab.



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 484 There is need of independent unite working with various bodies, both public and privet focusing on development of humankind, forces in question towards different futures. Benefit of this is clearer decisions, better and sustainable politics towards long terms goals of common good.



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 485 This initiative could help to : a) analyze hundreds of yearly reports on the future and extract and prioritize the main conclusions, risks and opportunities; b) deepen on specific issues c) help counries to develop their national foresight capacities.



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 486 Este laboratorio de futuros lo veo como un organismo articulador de visiones y creador de visiones holísticas sobre las dimensiones más crítica para el futuro y a la vez como un entre que promueve, inspira e impulsa la gestión de los gobiernos de los países para la creación de sus propios futuros.



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 487 It will be critical if the results coming from Lab sessions are really listened to and seriously considered



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 488 I would suggest a foresight living lab, rather than merely a foresgiht lab that conducts the day to day foresight work needed. The living lab aspect is highly local, deals with real pressing issues, highly participatory and experimental. I am suprised the UN does not have such a lab (I think they do) so we should build on the work that is already done. Living labs are also potentially temporary, mobile, and in this way could compliment the fixed futures lab conducting foresight reporting.



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 489 It should build a collective intelligence system of new ideas and projects to improve humanity which can feed to the relevant actors including the proposed re-purposed UN trusteeship council.



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 490 Imagine the lab as a place which collects and catalogs scenarios and using AI to find those developments or policies that make different scenarios more or less likely. Also, over time, keeping track of which scenarios the world seems to be tracking.



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 491 Public and private collaboration



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 492 I would say that a UN Futures Lab should work on creating an integrated planetary index which collects all the different indexes developed so far by the UN and the MP in order to rank order countries based on their contribution to a Good Planetary Governance. Such an integrated index should involve at least three key elements Human Development, Economic Development, and Political Development. Your favorite index actually reflects your preferred future and and an overall index could set Our Common Agenda for See below the sketch of my attempt https://drive.google.com/file/d/1zKUGOzEwUCngi6sJxYTWaCS-tObBTBOl/view?usp=sharing



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 493 Generar y/o convocar a las personas más estudiosas, preparadas y conocedoras de los actuales problemas críticos y en conjunto con ellos poder formular, como función principal, planes, proyectos y llevar a cabo o conducir aquellas acciones tendientes a modificar las conductas erróneas, con el objetivo de corregir y evitar los errores cometidos para obtener con algún grado de éxito (parcial, total o definitivo) un mejor, más claro y prometedor futuro.



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 494 Prepare versions of futures labs that can be carried out and discussed in secondary education, that allow the participation of youth in initiatives, and whose contributions can enrich the participation of delegates.



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 495 It should mobilize a wide network / community of futures labs across the world and play a key role in the further development of that community



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 496 - a focus on quick wins i.e. clearly defined first tasks and deliverables early on that provide proof of concept early on - and integrated review / learning loop systematics where the approach can be continuously adapted due to learnings from previous steps - i.e. no carved into stone approach, methodology, institutional set-up - avoiding re-inventing the wheel, i.e. learn from best practices, learnings on how foresight can be implemented in institutions and membership-based organizations best - hire people ( build an internal team that knows how to set up foresight, from the practical / research and methods side as well as in terms of working with leadership and stakeholders, making results usable and communicating them etc. - build on existing knowledge



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 497 Collect national foresight results and interlink the results with a country perspective to identify different expectations across the globe.



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 498 Ensuring that the system as a whole has the capacity and resources to support country teams. Additionally, the lab can be a space where any and all UN staff can go to secure resources and support to integrate futures and foresight into any project and/or program.



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 499 Para que esto sea un éxito, deberá ser un trabajo mancomunado entre todos los actores sociales. Pero es fundamental el liderazgo de la ONU, con el fin que presione a los países para apropiar la importancia de reflexionar sobre el futuro. Las funciones mas importante: - divulgar permanentemente sobre las megatendencias, para que sean tenidas en cuenta en el desarrollo de políticas publicas. - concientizar y formar sobre estudios de futuros.



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 500 The most important functions of the Lab should be: 1. To bring efforts together to generate effective programmes to generate employment and income globally 2. To foresee mega-tendencies that could affect employment and income at a global level. 3. To design strategies to face potential risks and make the most of the opportunities derived from projects to generate income and employment.



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 501 The key is the composition of laboratory leadership and members, which should pay attention to 1, The participants should be interdisciplinary, cross-field researchers; 2. Researchers of different regions and different political views or ideologies, forward-thinking leadership; 3.Absolute respect for science and no interference from politics; 4,Encourage the development of future prospects and analytical models at the national and global levels for reference by countries and regions; 5,it must be practiced in some regions or countries to constantly promote the creation of new ideas and innovate through experiments and Practice



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 502 output will be communicated broadly and used by national governments Provide clear output, become a reliable reference



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 503 Public-private partnerships are essential to ensure long-term thinking. A major weakness of the Millennium Development Goals was the failure to reach out to the private sector: the result was top-heavy, public sector-minded, decision-making that under-delivered.



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 504 Leading scientific researchers and private sector leaders together with social/civil entrepreneurs working together



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 505 A knowledge-oriented body that produces reports on a regular basis would improve the profile of existiential threats, but it would work best in conjunction with trustees.



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 506 An intelligence unit that combines vast amounts of structured and unstructured information in new ways, integrate it, analyze it, and deliver it to decision-makers in powerful new formats and timeframes, and give the lab participants a line of sight to see the future, quantify impact, formulate scenarios and anticipate change



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 507 1. Properly staff and supported by external technical and financial resources and serving across the entire UN system spectrum, it will serve as the central capacity building and foresight enabling medium. Engaging UN and national officials in Futures Lab activities will necessarily increase their capacity and inclination to think longer term and smarter with science-based decision making. 2. By functioning across the entire UN system it can be the means for integrating and cross referencing data between UN organizations, enabling science to supersede politics both within and among disparate organizations. It would necessarily have to function across all UN agencies in order to guarantee participation in and utilization of its work and its findings and recommendations. Only functioning as such could it have recognized legitimacy throughout the UN and beyond. 3. By including external technical, financial and data resources, it can be shielded from much of the usual UN political and bureaucratic influences. 4. With #1,2 &3 functioning, the Futures Lab can implement an across UN system and beyond (multilateral institutions, bilateral donors, academia, private sector research and technical AI data analysis system without having to convert all the myriad IT systems of numerous UN and other global and national and local organizations to be compatible, both saving time and money on that conversion. THIS COULD BE THE BASIS FOR A GLOBAL COLLECTIVE INTELLIGENCE SYSTEM. 5. With a diverse (demographically, ideologically, politically, including youth, and technically) staff allowed to research, experiment, and explore and listen to diverse viewpoints, more or less independently This could be the driving force for the expansion of foresight use in the UN and in global and national policy and implementation decision making.



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 508 A SIMPLE report card in 25 to 30 global languages on each rich country and each billionaire in the world on what they have done to solve the identified global problems



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 509 The UNSG office should lead this initiative with the support of a strong virtual platform that would collect and disseminate the best tools and practices worldwide.



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 510 Methods based on large datasets should be increasingly common in Futures Research. Therefore, experts in data analytics are important to aid in further research. The most important function of the UN Futures Lab is to discover problems and propose solutions to the Council and the Summit of the Future.



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 511 At present, UN futures lab is the most important platform for information exchange, sharing and application. In this laboratory, various challenges and risk issues will be intensively analyzed, and different solutions from countries around the world can also be effectively shared.



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 512 Una de las responsabilidades de la ONU es presentar opciones y estrategias para el logro de los objetivos. para ello seminarios o talleres de personas expertas son necesario



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 513 To develop and present a better narrative on the future, outside of the tech industries, and beyond academia, too. To make some powerful FILMS that need to be spread globally, generating hope and optimism



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 514 The unite should give independent reports and important signals towards different forces that can affect humanity. Working in this manner with public and privet bodies within various countries of concern.



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 515 It should be also a force of proposing ideas, solutions and projects to be developed jointly thanks to the perspective of improvement experiences already in progress or already successful throughout the world.



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 516 It would have to be a study center not only for researching futures but also for experiencing futures through immersive techniques - the future has been a poorly understood field of study for 70 years and for the urgency to be felt, it is necessary to incorporate new techniques and approaches such as: design, experiences, creativity



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 517 Simulations of the future could be made for all sorts of subjects that need to be addressed. AI and ML could be helpful for predictions. There is so much information available around the world that AI and ML for this lab would be helpful. Maybe big companies such as Google, Oracle, MIT, etc. could help here as long as their input (read: algorithms) is neutral



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 518 La forma en que se propone hacer este Future Lab parece ágil y muy útil para evaluar el futuro impacto de políticas y programas, que estaría al servicio de los países a los que podría apoyar conjuntando las habilidades de los mejores especialistas en el mundo. Pero yo veo este esfuerzo más como la construcción de una red de la inteligencia ya existente en el mundo y a través de la cual se pueden construir puentes entre especialistas, expertos, entidades que trabajan en estos temas y los países que necesitan este apoyo en lugar de crear un nuevo cuerpo de la ONU.



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 519 Deve envolver agentes de todas as regiões. Deve colocar o pé na vila mais pobre e na mais rica. Deve envolver pessoas analfaetas e pós-doutoradas! É este desdobramente e envolvimento comunitário que poderá gerar frutos para um futuro mais igual.



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 520 All countries (future concerned) must have access and contributions to the lab. To make it more inclusive let every node have one member dedicated for lab business at the node level. This create new knowledge and models that are then synthesised for global intelligence.



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 521 Main task of the UN Futures Lab (UN FL) would be to gather the declining and the new and shaping trends, weak signals and wild cards concerning different fields or global problems. On this basis this institution could help or give future information to national states, integration organizations and other professional institutions and citizens, too. The UN FL could function as a bank of foreword-looking thoughts and ideas. The way of its working form could be organized via internet. On the other hand this intitution could also gather foreword-looking information produced at bottom level from different parts of the world. Horizon scanning of the changing world futures should be dominated its continuous activity. Its Regular Reports could serve as a results of a world radar system.



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 522 UN Future lab could be distributed (ie: not just having one location) across the globe.



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 523 1. Diverse perspectives and representation 2. Young scholars who may bring experimental approaches and perspectives towards the discipline



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 524 I fully agree on what OCA mention: support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 525 Make sure this lab involves futurists who have a good understanding of the radical risks and opportunities that lie ahead - the cataclysmically disruptive issues. Don't let the lab become a mediocre recycler of ideas about incremental change.



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 526 The UN FUTURES LAB should have branches in all continents and representation from all countries



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 527 The futures lab should make big societal shifts comprehensible and accessible for everybody. Because of that it can act as a direction for strategy on various levels and in various fields. It should focus on positive examples of developments: what concepts/ actions etc are moving society towards a better and more inclusive future? Letting trendprofessionals worldwide work together in the lab will both increase the knowledge levels and strengthen the feeling of one world.



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 528 - bring in strategic foresight professionals from the countries involved; - Involve the population and have diversity and representation; - Have an easily accessible platform where people can easily follow the evolution of goals and find information; - Share results and best practices; - Involve design people and communication specialists to get people involved.



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 529 Este laboratorio deberá ser el punto de acopio de otros laboratorios similares creados en cada país. Como característica común deberán ser parte de ellos personas interesadas en el bien colectivo con las competencias necesarias para ofrecer datos relevantes y pertinentes al contexto en el cual se le solicite. Esto permitirá interrelacionar las informaciones obtenidas y brindar una visión mas puntual de los futuros.



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 530 A FL should undergo its proposals to the dwellers, interact with all the grade of the government, rehearse new strategy of sustainability shared with the local community.



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 531 It should be an innovative centre with different activities. The aim the should have is to orient people to the future thinking, by simulations, East activities for children for example



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 532 Critically, thinking about possible futures improves thinking about possible futures - i.e It call previous thinking into question. Such a process should have open boundaries and include inputs that are as diverse as possible, especially from the young and the wise. The lab should encourage people in all parts of the world to conduct their own futures labs and communicate their outcomes.



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 533 National future labs should be set up and a global future lab. They should work as a network - future mind of the planet. Experience of GEO UNEP might be used



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 534 The key function of the Lab should be to identify and continuously track issues that may become important risks and threats, determine priorities, and provide early warning to countries around the world.



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 535 This Lab should illuminate how global issues affect national goals. Countries focuse on their own challenges and expect that some others look and warn about new emergimng global realities that surpass national capacities to explore. But natioanl actions are increasingly conditioned by global process that fall in the hands of weak global institutions unable to act efficientely. This worrying reality should be transfered to nations and arise their attention.



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 536 Generar una plataforma que permita formar una base de expertos que puedan ser consultados en forma continua. Establecer una librería digital que organice libros, papers, ensayos e investigaciones sobre el futuro. Establecer un sistema de procesamiento de la información mediante inteligencia artificial.



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 537 El laboratorio debería valerse del conocimiento práctico y teórico desarrollado por instituciones académicas, organismos especializados y ONGs especializadas en la prospectiva, considerando sus diferentes vertientes y enfoques. El laboratorio también podría consolidar su labor y funciones mediante programas de entrenamiento especifico para funcionario de las Naciones Unidas y otros organismos, quizás incorporándose y formando parte de futuros currículos en la Universidad de las Naciones Unidas u organismos similares. Entre los elementos más importantes está la cooperación continua con diferentes organismos de múltiples áreas del conocimiento, en concordancias con la multidisciplinariedad de los problemas vistos. Asimismo, debería tener una representación multinacional en todos los continentes, para tener una visión global y a la vez localizada de los problemas prospectivos.



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 538 There is a critical need for such a mechanism in order to bring the political decisions and actions close to the people and to empower them to contribute in an active way in designing and implementing the decisions taken for a better future. The lab is a connecting point between goverments, academia, business and civil society. Functions: space for accelerating public policies, support for political decisions, bringing the ideas from society to the govermental forums, creating capacity for strategic foresight, building capability for decision makers, exploiting the knowledge and the talent of quadruple helix actors



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 539 This unit could promote the establishing and participates in the study efforts of parliamentary committees for future like the Committee for the Future of the Finnish parliament. In the committees, both parties of the government and opposition are represented and that comments the futures oriented programs of the government and makes its own reports (compare European Parliamentary Technology Assessment EPTA unit)



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 540 There are so many excellent comments here on content and I agree with these. At the operational level, it is critical to encourage all countries to begin with these labs at the national level so there can be a multiplier effect based on seeing how one functions. In each country, they can decide how they wish their labs to function and what innovations they will embrace, yet many times good ideas at the international level get struck as everyone waits for others to implement. That is why some starter funding is essential along with a nice menu of ideas and dynamic NGOs to get started. We support the Teach the Future approach among others.



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 541 Las principales claves de éxito tienen que ver con la correcta implementación de las políticas públicas globales, así como el seguimiento y evaluación de las mismas. Exploración de tendencias sistemáticamente, para anticiparse a los riesgos, mitigando los efectos de eventos inciertos



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 542 The lab should act as a champion on foresight with a focus on: 1. Challenging existing assumptions and images of futures, 2. Increasing the capability to use foresight and futures knowledge, 3. Imagining alternative futures and 4. Connecting all of this to existing policymaking and changemaking, including the assessment of existing policies from a futures perspective.



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 543 The success of the lab will hinge on its ability to engage practitioners (in whatever field is relevant to topics addressed) pursuing preferred futures. Although disseminating foresight outcomes will be an important function of the lab, far more important will be to demonstrate in meaningful practical terms what this means for practitioners. For ex. descriptions of possible education futures can be interesting but are unlikely to have any significant impact unless they also demonstrate what teachers and administrators will be expected to do in the future being depicted in terms of, pedagogy, teaching strategies, communication with learners, etc.



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 544 We need some new strategies and new tools to forseight the future. we need more experts engage in these goals and a world class institute to make something happen.



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 545 The laboratory should be organically integrated with future summits and councils



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 546 La clave para que UN Lab sea efectivo es lograr que los países lo vean como un organismo de apoyo, inspiración y promoción. Las principales funciones serían: 1) Realizar estudios holísticos globales, 2) formar capacidades y crear herramientas que los gobiernos y organizaciones puedan utilizar para hacer sus propias investigaciones, 3)Convocar y coordinar reuniones globales para el debate de los futuros globales posibles, investigar y promover instancias de gobernanza global viables.



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 547 Futures lab should connect all the UN initiatives and invite partners to contribute their knowledge (for example partnership for digital anthropology). In addition to programs, ongoing access to communication platforms could be open to all interested individuals (for example Slack, newsletter, etc.). A community built around the lab would provide constant resources of knowledge and people. This would enable faster organization and alignment on issues as more engaged participants will easily cooperate. Last but not least, the results and best practices should be freely accessible to attract new members and encourage wide implementation.



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 548 Collaboration with already well-established global foresight organizations such as the WFSF, the MP, and the APF, as well as with entities working on foresight at national government and private sector levels should be beneficial for a UN Foresight Lab.



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 549 Futures lab should connect all the UN initiatives and invite partners to contribute their knowledge (for example partnership for digital anthropology). In addition to programs, ongoing access to communication platforms could be open to all interested individuals (for example Slack, newsletter, etc.). A community built around the lab would provide constant resources of knowledge and people. This would enable faster organization and alignment on issues as more engaged participants will easily cooperate. Last but not least, the results and best practices should be freely accessible to attract new members and encourage wide implementation.



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 550 This Lab should be a cornerstone. Also it should produce something businesswise.



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 551 The effect will rise the deeper the futures labs will be integrated in societies and the more citizens are able to be part of the futures´ development. In the tradition of Jürgen Habermas, there is a big need of public politic discussions to makre the concerns of citizens public. Future is a public good, thus it needs to include the public!



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 552 Getting quality leaders and communicators on board. All the functions described are important since not nearly enough attention is paid to them now.



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 553 Hacen posible el laboratorio, expertos y maestros conocedores de las diferentes escuelas de estudios de futuros y, expertos en la aplicaciòn de metodologías, técnicas y herramientas. Las funciones de un laboratorio se inscriben entre otras en: 1. Ser un medio fundamental para la innovación y adaptación a los cambios disruptivos del medio. 2. Generación de caminos útiles hacia la transformación empresarial y en acompañamiento a empresas/organizaciones/instituciones del ecosistema de ciencia y tecnologìa. 3. Propuestas de què hacer y còmo hacerlo, a travès de planes y programas que efectivicen el mayor y mejor aprehendimiento de los desafíos del tiempo presente y futuro. 4. Impulsar centros de futuros que no solo aborden la investigaciòn sino sumando emprendimientos acordes a las necesidades reales de los sectores socio-productivos globales, regionales y locales.



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 554 FUUTRES LAB should be a vivid and alive observatory, where organizations get together to work in Foresight Projects applying Futures Studies and Foresight Methodologies to imagine, create and build tangible outputs in the form of scenario Exhibits, design Future artifacts, webinars, trend monitoring dashboards, Foresight Training initiatives, World wide hackathons to involve young voices to participate using innovative technology like AI, VR/AR/MR to be immersive. A place we all can visit digitally or physically any time that shows the progress and monitoring of UNS Foresight initiatives.



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 555 - Lots of existing success and failures knowledge for Future Labs - study and design, but allow some flexibility at the agency or topic level (probably not a single format for all) - Needs to be a mandatory and unescapable activity and success factor for each agency and its head/under-secretary performance assessment. - Clear and mandatory reporting of the Future Labs activity, reports and recommendations (incl. divergent opinions and unique, serious point of views). - UN country level chapters to host their Future Labs too. - Strong communication plan, resources and plateforms, including archivals.



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 556 The collective participation of the most renowned academics and organizations that work on foresight or strategic planning for future global issues.



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 557 The lab should collect and catalogue all possible scenarios of important issues of concern such as climate change, threat of emerging infectious diseases like COVID-19, air pollution, ocean pollution and others. Use of AI and other relevant technologies is imperative.



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 558 Lab should address pressing issues but also those that are not addressed anywhere else. It should be participatory, and it should also function to offer a level of maturity on the issues to those involved and public/citizen participation also.



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 559 Discussions and talks are not sufficient. You need to engage in workshop mode. Futures lab is one option. Futures Clinique is another option. The main thing is that participants immerse in future images or scenarios in order to decide what kind of futures are desired. Futures Lab should be an open concept. Who will run it? Who will gather the data achieved? Who will analyse such insights and foresight? There are questions that have to be thought carefully in advance. Also, dissemination of results produced in a futures lab should be rapidly and widely disseminated. Futures Lab should be facilitated smoothly but rigorously.



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 560 A laboratory based on collective intelligence and collaboration could be very successful and effective, as a great neural network of theoretical and practical knowledge that serves public policies and the common good of humanity.



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 561 Make it the foresight brain of humanity with special attention new and innovative ideas and successful projects. it should identify future-critical issues, like how to govern the transition from artificial narrow intelligence to artificial general intelligence.



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 562 The problems addressed in this lab could be rated for significance to establish priority, including consideration of number of people likely to be affected, imminence (time available to invent a solution), public awareness of need to act, funding, significance of problems to be addressed, etc..



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 563 El primero es convocar (no seleccionar) a quienes de una forma u otra, a la fecha hayan hecho aportaciones concretas o sugerencias en la dirección de alternativas viables para un futuro adecuado a las condiciones y exigencias de la vida humana en concomitancia con el resto de los seres vivientes, el entorno y la naturaleza, sin la cual, está claro, no es posible la subsistencia de la vida como la conocemos, evitando profundizar las brechas económicas, ecológicas, históricas y sociales que conforman la comunidad de naciones.



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 564 Key functions of the lab should be a) to identify emerging issues that have the potential to become important risks and threats but are not (yet) worthy of a response (canary in the coal-mine) and b) to sustain a global conversation on the need to identify and track such issues and on their evolution.



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 565 Funding, funding, funding. A multi-year, if not decade-long, commitment to fund the Lab is essential.



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 566 A Futures Lab should promote Futures Literacy among citizens and the public at large.



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 567 Importante recopilar los estudios que han realizado los diferentes centros de pensamiento sobre estudios de futuro.



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 568 Lessons to learn from: 1. Governments should not redirect taxes towards big corporations for them to generate employment 2. The lack of resources in productive social organisations is a big limitation in their development 3. There are large gaps between the centres for science, technology and research and productive social organisations



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 569 The key to the success of the laboratory lies in the operating mechanism of the laboratory and the reform of the current decision-making mechanism of the United Nations



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 570 unite current future labs, in order not to form competition but synergy.



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 571 Our Common Agenda offers no details of how a Futures Laboratory might support states, subnational authorities, and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-termism, forward action, and adaptability. It might be helpful to examine what directed the establishment of the International Space Station (e.g., principles, governance, processes) and how disagreements (if any) have been resolved in that challenging instance.



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 572 A global patterns of change - is an established future trend that is shaping the future strategic environment. Balancing the trade-off of global and regional patterns of change, that generally score higher in priority than global pattern of change by virtue of sheer proximity to countries is critical for adoption and engagement



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 573 the rich and poerful countries must be willing to be scrutinized and criticized. Same for every billionaire. Those who refuse should be globally listed and named.



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 574 The lab should have the best economic and human resources to implement activities.



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 575 The UN Future Lab can improve its success if they provide open calls to funding Futures Studies by other labs worldwide, increasing their capability and variety of Futures Researches.



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 576 How to make the private sector better participate in the construction of this laboratory is an important challenge.



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 577 Output of this unite most be professional output, foresight activity build on research not political views or thoughts.



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 578 The question of its financing remains to be defined even if the work of the laboratory can be done in part remotely. Face-to-face meetings will be necessary to create and maintain sustainable links between participants.



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 579 Gather the main futures thinkers and futurists from all continents in a Summit to present risk studies and facilitate sessions with UN officers: this would be the kick off action To promote the launch of the next State of the Future report in the UN General Assembly and facilitate workshops using SOF as a framing



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 580 Involve more important gruops like the World Economc Forum WEF as well as Financila Agencies like the the Back Rock



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 581 ***Reach out to nations to select people for the lab (could be a competition). Populate the lab with small diverse teams (age, gender, experience, region) and make the reporting back of insights to all the other teams accessible for the general public around the world. It can be organised in 3 or 4 different timezones at the same time. Relevant themes to proceed with, can be chosen by the audience. Next lab(s) will focus on those themes but there should also be room to add new ideas... (all the time since the world changes quickly)



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 582 For objectivity the Futures Lab should have the status of government agencies tasked with research and be an independent entity but the results would be connected to UN as a whole for usage.



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 583 The biggest lesson that can support this strategy is the success of the concept of the node. Let the lab follow the same route and ride on this tried and tested concept of horizontal and vertical networks. The last thing that must be avoided is that of centralising the lab in one country or region



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 584 La forma en que se organizaron los científicos y cuerpos médicos para interactuar entre sí y compartir información científica sobre la forma de atacar el coronavirus COVID-19 deja muchas lecciones acerca de como cooperar internacionalmente para resolver los problemas que trae el futuro.



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 585 Expert members of this Future Lab must be in permanent contact with common people, politicians and civil organisations, to combine the expertise with the people feelings and needs.



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 586 Test response 3 (amended)



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 587 Engage people and make them interested in the future.



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 588 Es necesario que desde la instancia principal en este caso la ONU, se plantee la necesidad de formar estos laboratorios en cada país. Es importante crear laboratorios pilotos y a partir de estos identificar cuales han sido las barreras de entrada para lograr el objetivo de estos?, cuales fueron los canales de comunicación mas efectivos? y, cuales fueron los elementos característicos de los grupos mas interesados en participar y con mayor tasa de rechazo a la propuesta. Con estas informaciones, podrán ser instalados los laboratorios faltantes con mayor efectividad.



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 589 Such a laboratory is just the hub that the United Nations lacks at present. It should be based on a collective intelligence system composed of new ideas, and a perfect mechanism should be established to further stimulate the enthusiasm of participants.



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 590 Es necesario generar un plan de acciones amplio, conjuntamente acordado entre los participantes, pero también enmarcado en la libertad de investigación y entrenamiento de cada organización miembro, los cuales podrían ser incorporados mediante sus acciones específicas y focos de acción sobre las temáticas prospectivas, para esto es necesario una planificación adecuada y la entrega de financiamiento efectivo para la labor continuada del organismo. Otra área de importancia es la interconexión entre los esfuerzos y la implementación de las labores del laboratorio en el resto de sistemas de Naciones Unidas, aplicándose como insumos útiles para la discusión en otras áreas, como el Fondo Fiduciario y el Summit.



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 591 It is important to have an educational campaign of how importanf is to be prepared for the future and to understand the idea of a Black Swan and how this kind of work is able to respond properly to situations like this.



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 592 Develop competencies and skills that allow evaluators to incorporate systems thinking, complexity, use of technology (AI, Big data, etc.), gender, equity, and sustainability in the evaluations of major policies. Also, connect evaluation studies with foresight and planning exercises. This capacity development process can be done with the participatory formulation of theories of change and the practical use of contemporary approaches. Some examples are: developmental evaluation, principles-focused evaluation, gender-responsive, culturally responsive, footprint evaluation and blue marble evaluation.



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 593 Lecciones: La soberanía nacional no debe ser un límite para el cumplimiento de los derechos humanos, por eso deben ampliarse las funciones y los alcances de las Naciones Unidas. Del arquetipo de los límites del crecimiento del Club de Roma se tuvieron muchas lecciones que no se tomaron en cuenta en las decisiones. Este laboratorio de futuros debe convertirse en un órgano que proponga políticas públicas óptimas y los países participantes se comprometan a cumplir.



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 594 Include the theme of culture and how it may evolve in future decades, e.g. in the context of climate change and resulting migration, urbanisation, longer life expectancy, artificial intelligence, globalism, periodically shifting values. At the moment, culture is ignored in foresight and cultural practitioners ignore foresight themselves - as culture is widely assumed to be timeless (wrongly as we see in hindsight).



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 595 A key focus of the lab could be to serve as a platform that allows stakeholders to try on various futures using simulations, games, virtual reality, etc. Such tools could be used as intelligence gather mechanisms to gauge and assess practical implications of multiple futures to be disseminated to stakeholders.



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 596 Funding is the most important things. and an ambitious goals may be helpful.



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 597 Develop a cooperation mechanism



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 598 Diseño de una estructura orgánica convocante del tipo sistema de sistemas autónomos, que coordine e inspire y se retroalimente, pero no que imponga.



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 599 How to make the private sector better participate in the construction of this laboratory is an important challenge. Output of this unite most be professional output, foresight activity build on research not political views or thoughts. to need the inestment continually and support from UNO and all governments worldwide.



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 600 Partnerships all around the world and open conferences for a larger interest may general some sort of success.



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 601 As with the first two questions, the difficulty will be finding enough quality leaders and communicators.



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 602 1. The LAB should analyse different forecasts all over the world 2. It has to provide permanent cooperation floor for differnet experts 3. It should publish some kind of methodological guidances 4. Its activity should be public



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 603 1. Find Funding and Investment committed by all countries part of UN. 2. Futures Lab locations in different world regions and countries. 3. Establish a board of government. 4. Hire Futurists and Foresight specialists form academic and enterprise fields to participate and lead the projects. 5. Hire experts in different sectors and and related to technology, economics, foresight and futures Thinking, sustainability, politics, environment, social and anthropology and ethnography. 6. Include Young voices in the LAB projects. 7. Work on Labs for different Futures of X and produce Futures exhibits with artifacts related



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 604 This instance should mantain a technical focus to ensure its success as a provider of reliable data and innovative insghts on topics that Member States are usually not looking into.



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 605 Global collection of high input data on critical issues followed by prioritization and framing of corrective measures are important.



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 606 As mentioned, very carefully framed issues that allow iteration. New discussions and methods to address issues will be the output of this maturity offering process



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 607 Media should be involved as well. In other words, a regular reporting on the results of the work done in a Futures Lab should be ensured.



Detailed Question: The UN will expand its thinking and institutions across time. This will include conducting future impact assessments of major policies and programs, convening foresight and planning experts across the United Nations system and its multilateral partners, regularly reporting on megatrends and catastrophic risks and working with a wider community of governmental,academic, civil society, private sector, philanthropic and other actors to strengthen strategic foresight, preparedness for catastrophic risks, and anticipatory decision-making that values instead of discounts the future. Collectively, this body of work would come together in a Futures Laboratory (“Futures Lab") and could support States, sub-national authorities and others to build capacity and exchange good practices to enhance long-term thinking, forward action and adaptability.(From OCA page 45, item 56)
REASON: 608 That it is a great space of collective intelligence and there is a variety of approaches and at the same time they are in close ties with governments, companies, and the world of work and academia.



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ISSUE STRATEGIC FORESIGHT AND GLOBAL RISK REPORTS ON A REGULAR BASIS
Detailed Question: To enable the nations of the world and the UN to better anticipate and respond to future risks, we will draw on a network of the best thinkers and data, externally and within the United Nations system, to present a Strategic Foresight and Global Risk Report to Member States every five years. This will be supported by the planned Futures Lab, as well as by existing mechanisms across the United Nations system and beyond, such as the annual IMF early warning exercise, to collect and analyze data and risks, short and long term.(From OCA page 65, item 100)
REASON: 609 The strategic foresight reports must contain the agreements and disagreements between the parties involved .



Detailed Question: To enable the nations of the world and the UN to better anticipate and respond to future risks, we will draw on a network of the best thinkers and data, externally and within the United Nations system, to present a Strategic Foresight and Global Risk Report to Member States every five years. This will be supported by the planned Futures Lab, as well as by existing mechanisms across the United Nations system and beyond, such as the annual IMF early warning exercise, to collect and analyze data and risks, short and long term.(From OCA page 65, item 100)
REASON: 610 This would be a good supplement to the World Economic Forum.



Detailed Question: To enable the nations of the world and the UN to better anticipate and respond to future risks, we will draw on a network of the best thinkers and data, externally and within the United Nations system, to present a Strategic Foresight and Global Risk Report to Member States every five years. This will be supported by the planned Futures Lab, as well as by existing mechanisms across the United Nations system and beyond, such as the annual IMF early warning exercise, to collect and analyze data and risks, short and long term.(From OCA page 65, item 100)
REASON: 611 That is the strength of the United Nations. At the same time, only by providing more detailed and reliable data and cases can we better promote countries to take action.



Detailed Question: To enable the nations of the world and the UN to better anticipate and respond to future risks, we will draw on a network of the best thinkers and data, externally and within the United Nations system, to present a Strategic Foresight and Global Risk Report to Member States every five years. This will be supported by the planned Futures Lab, as well as by existing mechanisms across the United Nations system and beyond, such as the annual IMF early warning exercise, to collect and analyze data and risks, short and long term.(From OCA page 65, item 100)
REASON: 612 This would help to learn about the importance of these reports and eventualy become more well known



Detailed Question: To enable the nations of the world and the UN to better anticipate and respond to future risks, we will draw on a network of the best thinkers and data, externally and within the United Nations system, to present a Strategic Foresight and Global Risk Report to Member States every five years. This will be supported by the planned Futures Lab, as well as by existing mechanisms across the United Nations system and beyond, such as the annual IMF early warning exercise, to collect and analyze data and risks, short and long term.(From OCA page 65, item 100)
REASON: 613 El Informe de prospectiva y riesgo global cada 5 años será muy útil si responde a como se indica a los temas, políticas y metas del Laboratorio del Futuro planificado para que la temporalidad de largo plazo sea monitoreada y evaluada cada mediano plazo. El Fracaso relativo de las Metas del Milenio y de los Objetivos de Desarrollo Sostenible, frente a los retos para la sobrevivencia de la humanidad post pandemia así lo obligan. Las amenazas se han intensificado, diversificado y ahondado. Este informe también debe ser enriquecido con el aporte de la sociedad civil en cada país miembro y no solamente de los gobiernos como hasta ahora. También las misiones de evaluación de los organismos multilaterales y especializadas de las Naciones Unidas deben ser transparentadas y difundidas obligatoriamente. Gran parte de la cooperación externa se ha perdido por la corrupción y la falta de rendición de cuentas a los involucrados. En cada país existirían Observatorios o varios según la temática. El conjunto del sistema, cada organismo multilateral debería consensuar metas y proyectos de inversión pública y privada de largo plazo guiados por la obtención de los bienes públicos mundiales, sobre la base del nuevo contrato social que revierta la tendencia a una distribución desigual de la riqueza y del poder, estableciendo una nueva división internacional del trabajo más equitativo entre el Norte y el Sur. Dada su trascendencia Naciones Unidas podría organizar, coordinar y promover los variados informes públicos y privados, como los de la Contraloría, así como los provenientes de los Observatorios del Futuro, las Universidades y ONGS especializadas de la sociedad civil.



Detailed Question: To enable the nations of the world and the UN to better anticipate and respond to future risks, we will draw on a network of the best thinkers and data, externally and within the United Nations system, to present a Strategic Foresight and Global Risk Report to Member States every five years. This will be supported by the planned Futures Lab, as well as by existing mechanisms across the United Nations system and beyond, such as the annual IMF early warning exercise, to collect and analyze data and risks, short and long term.(From OCA page 65, item 100)
REASON: 614 Risks and crises should be an integral part of any foresight exercise. Actor perspectives should be taken into consideration. What is a risk or crisis for someone, may be an opportunity, or a source for success or revenue for someone else. Therefore, equality and ethical issues are important to study when addressing risks. The impacts of combined risks or crises is often unknown. More attention should be given to this kind of study. Crisis awareness should be part of futures awareness. Instead of trying to manage crises and risks, we should learn to live in crises and live with crises.



Detailed Question: To enable the nations of the world and the UN to better anticipate and respond to future risks, we will draw on a network of the best thinkers and data, externally and within the United Nations system, to present a Strategic Foresight and Global Risk Report to Member States every five years. This will be supported by the planned Futures Lab, as well as by existing mechanisms across the United Nations system and beyond, such as the annual IMF early warning exercise, to collect and analyze data and risks, short and long term.(From OCA page 65, item 100)
REASON: 615 Yes reports are useful - but not under the current format of foresight reports. Risk reports are many, useful for the few. Reporting is essential, but they are not magic. Reports are used for provocation and to inform - but the context for the use of those reports must be considered. Reports alone are not the answer. Interactive, yes, World Economic Forum offers some great ways to inform widely - however they can be easily disregarded. We do not want a situation where scenarios are produced and then shelved. Re invent the report.



Detailed Question: To enable the nations of the world and the UN to better anticipate and respond to future risks, we will draw on a network of the best thinkers and data, externally and within the United Nations system, to present a Strategic Foresight and Global Risk Report to Member States every five years. This will be supported by the planned Futures Lab, as well as by existing mechanisms across the United Nations system and beyond, such as the annual IMF early warning exercise, to collect and analyze data and risks, short and long term.(From OCA page 65, item 100)
REASON: 616 It would bring to government attention to threats that often are ignored with estimates of prevention and management - the cost of preventing or better managing the next pandemic with be far less that the costs when we don't. Bill Gates estimates it will cost $1 billion to address the pandemic comparted to the $15 trillion spent so fare on Covid.



Detailed Question: To enable the nations of the world and the UN to better anticipate and respond to future risks, we will draw on a network of the best thinkers and data, externally and within the United Nations system, to present a Strategic Foresight and Global Risk Report to Member States every five years. This will be supported by the planned Futures Lab, as well as by existing mechanisms across the United Nations system and beyond, such as the annual IMF early warning exercise, to collect and analyze data and risks, short and long term.(From OCA page 65, item 100)
REASON: 617 La información oportuna y veraz es el pilar fundamental de sociedad de las comunicaciones, eso está claramente establecido y asumido, pero si no se lleva a la práctica no se obtiene nada positivo y menos guardando los informes o haciéndolos públicos con retraso o tardíamente. Es imprescindible ser efectivos en este punto porque que saber es parte ineludible del poder y sobre todo, del poder evitar mayores desastres por mal manejo u ocultamiento de los conocimientos adquiridos para ser puestos a disposición de todos los interesados.



Detailed Question: To enable the nations of the world and the UN to better anticipate and respond to future risks, we will draw on a network of the best thinkers and data, externally and within the United Nations system, to present a Strategic Foresight and Global Risk Report to Member States every five years. This will be supported by the planned Futures Lab, as well as by existing mechanisms across the United Nations system and beyond, such as the annual IMF early warning exercise, to collect and analyze data and risks, short and long term.(From OCA page 65, item 100)
REASON: 618 There are a lot of strategic foresight and risk reports issued by international intergovernmental organizations (NATO, EU, OECD, etc), non-governmental organizations, think tanks, intelligence bodies, etc. According to my view, the UN Strategic Foresight and Global Risk Reports should provide a synthesis and a common denominator of all these reports.



Detailed Question: To enable the nations of the world and the UN to better anticipate and respond to future risks, we will draw on a network of the best thinkers and data, externally and within the United Nations system, to present a Strategic Foresight and Global Risk Report to Member States every five years. This will be supported by the planned Futures Lab, as well as by existing mechanisms across the United Nations system and beyond, such as the annual IMF early warning exercise, to collect and analyze data and risks, short and long term.(From OCA page 65, item 100)
REASON: 619 As noted by other contributors, the World Economic Forum, many nation-states and others already issue such reports. The UN should definitely generate its own annual global risk report or at least publish one every two years. I did - in an earlier response - strongly urge that the global futures research unit the SG separately recommended be COMPLETELY INDEPENDENT OF and not affiliated with the UN at all. However, I do suggest that the work of that independent research unit will definitely become quite important in the UN's crafting of its own strategic foresight and global-risk reports (along with gaining inspiration from the WEF reports, and those made public by many other global strategy organizations). When all hands in an organization like the UN are expected to provide potential inputs for an annual report of this nature it helps them continuously remain aware of the importance of applying foresight methods and approaches in the everyday work they do.



Detailed Question: To enable the nations of the world and the UN to better anticipate and respond to future risks, we will draw on a network of the best thinkers and data, externally and within the United Nations system, to present a Strategic Foresight and Global Risk Report to Member States every five years. This will be supported by the planned Futures Lab, as well as by existing mechanisms across the United Nations system and beyond, such as the annual IMF early warning exercise, to collect and analyze data and risks, short and long term.(From OCA page 65, item 100)
REASON: 620 Regular Strategic foresight should be made before the Summits on the Future and should guide the discussion. It also provides a permanent analysis performed by the UN Futures Lab.



Detailed Question: To enable the nations of the world and the UN to better anticipate and respond to future risks, we will draw on a network of the best thinkers and data, externally and within the United Nations system, to present a Strategic Foresight and Global Risk Report to Member States every five years. This will be supported by the planned Futures Lab, as well as by existing mechanisms across the United Nations system and beyond, such as the annual IMF early warning exercise, to collect and analyze data and risks, short and long term.(From OCA page 65, item 100)
REASON: 621 World Economic Forum's global risk report became important during the pandemic since the past risk reports accurately predicted the pandemic multiple times. Its time to further the knowledge and importance of global risk and strategic foresight to individual governments.



Detailed Question: To enable the nations of the world and the UN to better anticipate and respond to future risks, we will draw on a network of the best thinkers and data, externally and within the United Nations system, to present a Strategic Foresight and Global Risk Report to Member States every five years. This will be supported by the planned Futures Lab, as well as by existing mechanisms across the United Nations system and beyond, such as the annual IMF early warning exercise, to collect and analyze data and risks, short and long term.(From OCA page 65, item 100)
REASON: 622 Independent unit, internationally, supported by the UN is needed to enhance the debate of long terms risk, not like the Weforum, which it could work with but with more authority and taken into other than business related issues. It would strengthen the UN activities and give different subject more value.



Detailed Question: To enable the nations of the world and the UN to better anticipate and respond to future risks, we will draw on a network of the best thinkers and data, externally and within the United Nations system, to present a Strategic Foresight and Global Risk Report to Member States every five years. This will be supported by the planned Futures Lab, as well as by existing mechanisms across the United Nations system and beyond, such as the annual IMF early warning exercise, to collect and analyze data and risks, short and long term.(From OCA page 65, item 100)
REASON: 623 To be widely distributed, this report would be declined in many formats : audio report, films, thematic podcasts, virtual reality experiences and adapted to all the audiences concerned from the youngest to the oldest, from the most trained to the less trained.



Detailed Question: To enable the nations of the world and the UN to better anticipate and respond to future risks, we will draw on a network of the best thinkers and data, externally and within the United Nations system, to present a Strategic Foresight and Global Risk Report to Member States every five years. This will be supported by the planned Futures Lab, as well as by existing mechanisms across the United Nations system and beyond, such as the annual IMF early warning exercise, to collect and analyze data and risks, short and long term.(From OCA page 65, item 100)
REASON: 624 The no-return point requires risks mitigation and only futures research and strategic foresight can help the world with knowledge resources



Detailed Question: To enable the nations of the world and the UN to better anticipate and respond to future risks, we will draw on a network of the best thinkers and data, externally and within the United Nations system, to present a Strategic Foresight and Global Risk Report to Member States every five years. This will be supported by the planned Futures Lab, as well as by existing mechanisms across the United Nations system and beyond, such as the annual IMF early warning exercise, to collect and analyze data and risks, short and long term.(From OCA page 65, item 100)
REASON: 625 Actionable and practical intelligence from these reports is Very Critical to stay ahead of threats and opportunities.



Detailed Question: To enable the nations of the world and the UN to better anticipate and respond to future risks, we will draw on a network of the best thinkers and data, externally and within the United Nations system, to present a Strategic Foresight and Global Risk Report to Member States every five years. This will be supported by the planned Futures Lab, as well as by existing mechanisms across the United Nations system and beyond, such as the annual IMF early warning exercise, to collect and analyze data and risks, short and long term.(From OCA page 65, item 100)
REASON: 626 Threats to the future survival of human race are increasing in number and magnitude due to population explosion, inequitable distribution of wealth, poverty and poor governance in many poor countries of the world. New technologies and frontiers are emerging in robotics and artificial intelligence, nanotechnology, weapons of war and space exploration with little or no consideration for possible errors that could have negative global consequences in the use of emerging technologies. The Future Lab will provide a veritable platform where every voice can be heard and where every voice matters, and where decisions and proactive measures can be communicated to relevant bodies for action to guarantee the future survival of the human race regardless of differences in race, religion, sex or region.



Detailed Question: To enable the nations of the world and the UN to better anticipate and respond to future risks, we will draw on a network of the best thinkers and data, externally and within the United Nations system, to present a Strategic Foresight and Global Risk Report to Member States every five years. This will be supported by the planned Futures Lab, as well as by existing mechanisms across the United Nations system and beyond, such as the annual IMF early warning exercise, to collect and analyze data and risks, short and long term.(From OCA page 65, item 100)
REASON: 627 If this background intitution of UN strategic foresight cannot work then the UN Summit On The Future stay only the place of a light chattering or the place where the strong global stakeholders can ability to enforce their interests concerning the world future.



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