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subscribefocus »featured article »futurist profiles »ffd newsletters »noticeboardread »ffd blog »ruth aine »aya chebbi »chioma agwuegbo »sana afouaiz »nadia el-imam »irma wilson »nirmala nair »saunders jumah »online shop »testimonials »library »searchlight newsletter »bibliozone »rss feeds »talk-@-ive »links »other articleswatch »2013-14 state of the future infographic »2015 ffd roundtable »all africa futures forum »videophile »future frames »video library »podcastsshare »share your testimony »social media »share your profile »share a video »share your feedback »share a library entryparticipate »contribute »about us »sponsor »partners john gbenagnon futures thinker profile john gbenagnon community developer: global observatory for inclusion executive director: sohoutou initiative education: july 2012: baccalaureate in sciences (ceg entente) july 2014: university degree in literally studies (english) 2017: bachelor in management of human resources john answered a few questions about his perspective and on being a futures thinker. about you as a futures thinker / practitioner you identify yourself as an african futures thinker or practitioner. how would you describe to the woman or man on the street what it is that you do in this regard? born on the 25th december 1993 in benin, john gbenagnon is a social justice campaigner, advocate in sustainable education, youth inclusion and gender equality. he has extensive experience in communication and project management and youth training. he has held leadership positions with several youth led regional and international organizations and currently is member of femnet (african women network for communication and development). he is founder and executive director of sohoutou initiative, a regional ngo which intervenes in social inclusion, youth education, women’s empowerment and communication (https://sohoutou.wordpress.com). john is the community developer at globi (global observatory for inclusion) www.globi-observatory.org how many years have you worked as an african futures thinker / practitioner? 3 years (july 2013) in which countries or places have you had working experience as an african futures thinker / practitioner? côte d'ivoire, nigeria, togo, ghana, cameroon, equatorial guinea, morocco, rwanda, tanzania, ethiopia, kenya, france, south korea in what languages have you undertaken futures / foresight related work or research? french, english what is it that motivates you to work or participate in the foresight / future studies / related field every day when i wake up, the first question i ask myself is: what problem can i solve today? my speciality is to build networks, put people together to bring out their best for a positive outcome. i believe that everything is possible. that is why i am working every day to bring my skills and competencies on board to build the world i want. (responsible, powerfully-minded young people, more connected, a world where women’s rights implementation will be an obligation and only option for africa's development). what goal/s would you most like to reach with your work as an african futures thinker / practitioner? 1. build a network of young africans who can think for themselves and take action. 2. involve thousands of young africans every year to advocate online and offline for gender equality and women’s empowerment in their communities. 3. have training clubs in all african schools to train young women for leadership, advocacy, lobbying and personal development. who or what most influenced your thinking as a futures thinker / practitioner, and how? h.e. dr nkosazana dlamini zuma is my hero. she has been my greatest inspiration since 2012. she influenced my thinking with her political skills, problem solving abilities, long term perspective plans for africa's development and her ability to give a space for young people especially young women to let their voices be heard and empowered them. what is your main disciplinary background? (i.e. your primary training / qualification) english studies how do other people describe you and how do you describe yourself? others describe me as… proactive i describe myself as… pragmatic your perspective what is one of your favourite quotes about the future? “you will be the same person in five years as you are today except for the people you meet and the books you read.” - charlie jones how would you describe the state of african futures thinking right now? africa is more united, well governed member states with proactive and pragmatic young people taking their destiny in their own hands. women are prominent in more areas (50% in governments, 50% in parliaments, and 50% in the administration). what is, in your opinion, the main barrier to uptake of futures knowledge by african institutions and organisations? the main barrier is most of the time lack of sustainable cooperation with governments. when the elite do not possess transformational leadership skills, they see the ngos as threats or barriers to their personal interests instead of working in specific collaboration with the csos to provide spaces and solve the minorities' problems. if you were to give advice to someone who wants a career in african foresight / future studies, what would you say to him or her? development and gender studies what are your recommended readings for every african futures thinker / practitioner? brian tracy (build your own future) napoleon hill (think and grow rich) francis fukiyama (trust) daniel goleman (emotional intelligence) dorothea brande (wake up and live), 1935 guillermo maldonado (supernatural power) what are your recommendations for other favourite futures resources: websites, newsfeeds, mailing lists, associations, etc.? http://femnet.co/ www.globi-observatory.org au.int/en/wgd share your profile last updated on thursday, 02 february 2017 09:35 hits: 463 africa is going nowhere if governments and leaders act on experimentation of testing the waters first by saunders jumah - 01 september 2016 african governments and leaders are going to be issued with african passports as a first step to direct the path towards continental unity. while we appreciate and ululate such stances and developments, we must critically examine such moves. if african presidents get these travel documents of what importance will they be, because already these leaders travel with green or red diplomatic passports with no restrictions. would it not be conducive if they could just declare that african passports are available to everyone who is interested travelling across the continent? this type of attitude of testing waters first before trying to implement noble goals and objectives has already failed africa for 70 years. last updated on wednesday, 31 august 2016 16:27 hits: 412 read more: africa is going nowhere if governments and leaders act on experimentation of testing the waters... africa’s complex travel - trust issues by ruth aine - 01 september 2016 one morning last week i participated in a whatsapp group conversation that was very eye-opening. this group has members from about 14 african nations. we got word that the nigerian president had tabled a bill before parliament on tourist visas. the bill, if passed into law, will allow people to receive visas on arrival and the rest will take 48 hours to process. this is obviously very good news for the african populace. while a nigerian visa is not hard to get, the requirements are somewhat excessive. so, we all went ahead to share what our experiences in obtaining nigerian visas have been like. last updated on wednesday, 31 august 2016 12:33 hits: 1639 read more: africa’s complex travel - trust issues juicing as a healthy alternative by ruth aine - 01 august 2016 i have been a member of facebook groups but none have influenced me much to an extent that i get to change my lifestyle. however, there is this group on facebook that i have been a part of for about three months now where i have learned so much about my health and how i to better it. last updated on wednesday, 31 august 2016 12:29 hits: 1207 read more: juicing as a healthy alternative global work/technology 2050 by ruth aine - 01 july 2016 april brought with it great tidings. it gave birth to the futuristic global work/technology 2050 scenarios. these scenarios are very much part of the work that we do in the foresight community. what was really interesting, is watching the current trends, because they resemble significantly to what we could expect in the next 34 years. everything has a foundation that is being laid. this is why we cannot afford to disregard these scenarios. by paying attention, we can create the best for us and for our children. it is important that we learn, it is important that we prepare for the future. last updated on thursday, 30 june 2016 13:19 hits: 1091 read more: global work/technology 2050 more articles... women and girls in stem education the future of financial systems is digital simply sustainable 'living narratives' droneports & detector rats hold africa’s mantle high page 1 of 18 startprev12345678910nextend foresight for development - funding for this uniquely african foresight site was generously provided by rockefeller foundation. email us | creative commons deed | terms of conditions top desktop version


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