Futures Membership

Get 4 annual FARSIGHT in print and instant digital access to over 150 reports, magazines and publications.

Futures Membership
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Futures Membership Print & Digital
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Get quarterly issues of FARSIGHT publication (print & digital), unlimited access to our digital knowledge archive and a bonus 10% discount on courses.
Futures Membership Digital
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Futures membership digital
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Membership Includes
Get quarterly issues of FARSIGHT publication (digital only), unlimited access to our digital knowledge archive and a bonus 10% discount on courses.

Join the Copenhagen Institute for Futures Studies and become part of a community of forward-thinking individuals working towards a better future.

As a Futures Member, you'll gain valuable insights and knowledge on trends and uncertainties that will shape our society, and develop your own futures skills.

Unlock Tomorrow: The Exclusive Benefits of Becoming a Futures Member

4 annual issues of Farsight

FARSIGHT is a quarterly publication that explores possible futures with the aim of provoking and inspiring change in the present. Analyses by our resident futurists are included alongside feature articles and interviews from an international team of freelance journalists and expert contributors so that each issue offers an extensive and multifaceted deep dive into a specific topic of interest to a broad range of readers and decision makers.

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Knowledge Archive

Unlock a treasure trove of knowledge by gaining digital access to our extensive collection of prior publications including FARSIGHT, Scenario Magazine, Scenario Digest and Scenario Reports.

Bonus: 10% discount on Courses

As a Futures Member you get a 10% discount on all courses.

Unlock your futurist skills and broaden your horizons with our wide range of courses. Learn how to apply futures studies and foresight methodologies to specific societal and business challenges.

Support our work and help shape a better future

We believe that the future belongs to no-one, yet to everyone. The Institute is by its charter here to actively contribute to the betterment of our society, which implies betterment for the largest possible number of people.

The Copenhagen Institute for Futures Studies was founded in 1969 on initiative by former Finance Minister and OECD Secretary-General, Professor Thorkil Kristensen. The Institute was established in collaboration with visionary Danish public and private organisations to better qualify decision-making through futures studies and to benefit the betterment of our society.

The Institute was founded as a self-owned independent, non-profit think tank. The Institute is registered as a community making it possible for organisations and individuals to become members of the Institute, gaining full access to our offerings and insights.

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