More than 130 exhibitors will gather at the new version of the future Congress

More than 130 exhibitors will gather at the new version of the future Congress

The activity will take place between 15 and 20 January. Attendees will participate in addition three Nobel Prize.

The seventh version of the future Congress will be held in our country from 15 to 21 January 2018. The occasion will involve 130 exhibitors, of which more than 40 are women. In addition, they include three Nobel Prize to called to raise awareness of the challenges and opportunities of the future.

Between the guests include Claudio Naranjo, anthropologist, psychologist and psychiatrist Chilean; Edgardo Morín, degree in history, geography and law at the University of Paris; Tim Jackson, Professor of sustainable development at the University of Surrey; Sugata Mitra, Ph.d. in physics of the solid state, supporter of the education minimally invasive; Clio Cresswell, Ph.d. in mathematics from the University of new South Wales; Ashton Applewhite, writer and American activist who is against the age discrimination; Fritjof Capra, Ph.d. in theoretical physics from the University of Vienna; Maryn Mckenna, journalist specializing in Global public health and food policy, among other relevant personalities.

In the case of Santiago, just like previous years, the main headquarters of the meeting will be the Hall of Honor of the former National Congress (Cathedral 1158), except for the day of Tuesday 16th where the activities will be transferred to the theatre San Ginés already that, due to the presence Father Francisco in Chile, that day the center of the capital will be closed for the public in general. The event will also take place in other 11 regions of the country.

The talks will be transmitted via the signalstreaming of the future Congress.


Building peace


The talk will be headed by Scilla Elworthy, activist, nominated to the Nobel Peace Prize three times. In 1982 he founded the Oxford Research Group, experts dedicated to developing an effective dialogue between those responsible for the formulation of policies on nuclear weapons. It is also a member of the World Future Council and co-founder of Rising Women Rising World, women's organization that are responsible for the responsibility of building a world that works with equal footing.

The new society

This activity will be held on Monday, January 15 and will be in charge of Guy Sanding, Hélène Landemore and Bryan Ford.

Ford is a graduate of the University of Utah. Leads the Group of research systems decentralized / distributed (DEDIS) at the Swiss Federal Institute of technology in Lausanne (EPFL). His research focuses broadly in the construction of decentralized systems secure, touching on topics including private and anonymous communication.

Meanwhile, Hélène Landemore is a PhD in political science from Harvard University. Master in philosophy and political science. It investigates the democratic theory, participatory constitutional processes and theories, and democracy in the workplace.

Guy Sanding is labor economist and associate professor of research at SOAS, school of Oriental Studies and Africans from the University of London. He developed an intense work in the International Labour Organization where he was Director of the socio-economic security program and Deputy Director of labour market policies.

The consciousness of plants


In this activity the Conference will be hosted by Stefano Mancuso, director of the International Laboratory of plant Neurobiology and a founding member of the International Society for Plant Signaling & Behavior.

His line of research focuses on the study of plant Neurobiology, which explores the signaling and communication at all levels of biological organization, from genetics to the molecules, cells, and the ecological communities.

Also rofesor associate at the University of Florence, editor-in-Chief of the international journalPlant Signaling and Behaviorposted in United States by Landes Biosciences. He is Principal investigator of the program "Perception of gravity, translation of signals and voice in higher plants response" of the ESA (European Spatial Agency).

Policy awarenessNaranjo

Claudio Naranjo will be in charge of this talk. He is a psychiatrist, PhD in medicine and psychologist at the University of Harvard. Doctor Honoris Causa by the University of Udine (Italy). World leader in Gestalt Therapy and transpersonal psychology, writer and teacher of international renown. Considered pioneering in its work as an integrator of psychotherapy and spiritual traditions.

The complete program of the Congress of the future can be foundhere.