The José Mariano Gago Prospective Analysis Award has an open call until 31st December 2022 >>>
IP and Fundação Oriente agree to stimulate and deepen the promotion of prospective studies and research activities in Portugal and Europe, promoting multidisciplinary work and international cooperation in this area, oriented towards two complementary but related themes: (1) Prospective Analysis of the evolution of Portugal's academic, scientific and technological capacity and its relationship with the social, economic, environmental and cultural development of Portugal in the international context; and (2) Prospective Analysis of the evolution of development cooperation, with an emphasis on the evolution of the East and Portugal's relations with this evolution.
Center for Innovation, Technology and Policy Research (IN+)
IP and IN+/IST agree to sign a protocol for the promotion of a new phase to deepen and stimulate prospective studies in Portugal, including the institutional development of the Institute for Prospective Studies (IP) and the future organization of the “Arrábida Prospective Meetings”, maintaining and valuing the founding principles of these meetings and of the prospective activity in Portugal and Europe, but opening new horizons to develop the growing complexity of prospective exercises.
Ciência Viva – National Agency for Scientific and Technological Culture
Ciência Viva – National Agency for Scientific and Technological Culture supports the Instituto de Prospectiva and the Center for Innovation, Technology and Policy Research of Instituto Superior Técnico, IN+, in the development and annual holding of the “Arrábida Prospective Meetings” and the José Mariano Gago Prospective Analysis Award, with the aim of: i) promoting and valuing the founding principles of these meetings and their multi- and inter-disciplinary genesis, including specialization and/or diversification of topics to be consider, including the scientific culture of the population in Portugal and Europe; and ii) stimulate prospective analysis in Portugal and Europe and guarantee a space for critical and open reflection around structuring issues, including scientific and technological culture, for the sustainable development of the Global South, particularly in Africa and Latin America, and its positioning of Portugal and Europe in the global context.