Now that we know more, can we do better?

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  1. The multiple, interconnected implications of these transformations and what it might mean for the models, structures, frameworks etc in which we operate
  2. The trade-offs that we must or that we can’t accept
  3. The new roles we might be able to gracefully transition to
  4. The risks of embarking on this kind of systemic transformation and the risks of not embarking on it
  5. The structural systemic forms of inequity that need to be considered and designed out of our futures. We can’t do this without understanding our history and the roles we have all played
  6. What would it take to to de-center our roles, and how can we be good ally’s and not continuously co-opt the process
  7. The assumptions we make of our roles, our relevance, our business models and the actual impact we have in the world and whether this is a continued fault line for our futures (um yes it is).

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Aarathi Krishnan

Aarathi Krishnan

Humanitarian Futures and Strategic Foresight Advisor. Interested in cultural, indigenous, feminist & decolonising futures. All views my own