Our Future Pledge: An Agenda for Futures by Youth
A toolkit and global campaign for youth foresight
Our Future Pledge: An Agenda for Futures by Youth is a toolkit and global campaign created by young foresight practitioners from across the globe, in partnership with UNICEF Innocenti – Global Office of Research and Foresight. The toolkit, a comprehensive resource to build youth foresight capacity, includes:
- An introduction to youth foresight
- A captivating journey into three wildly different futures for young people
- A detailed guide on crafting your preferred future scenario
- A call to action for increased youth participation in foresight
- A social media guide for getting involved in the #OurFuturePledge campaign
Experience the power of youth foresight and join the movement to shape a better tomorrow for present and future generations with Our Future Pledge.
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Our planet is in crisis. Temperatures are rising, sea levels are increasing, and social inequalities are growing.
Young people have the power to solve these challenges and shape the world we live in. But to do this, we need to look beyond the present and imagine the possibilities of tomorrow.
#OurFuturePledge is a campaign by young people for young people that aims to build a more inclusive and sustainable future by increasing youth participation in foresight.
We invite you to share a short video, artwork, story or post on social media describing your vision for the future. Use the hashtag #OurFuturePledge and tag @UNICEFInnocenti. Join other young changemakers in a conversation about your hopes for the future and share your visions with a global audience.
Watch the #OurFuturePledge campaign launch webinar
This project is made possible with funding and enthusiastic support from United Nations Global Pulse and the Ministry of Foreign of Affairs, Finland. We are grateful for their continued partnership and commitment to youth participation and child rights.
For more information please contact Shai Naides, Youth Engagement Manager at UNICEF Innocenti – Global Office of Research and Foresight, using the link below.