The Systems Forum is an initiative of the UK Systems Society produced by The Schumacher Institute.
Since the birth of modern systems thinking and practice (c. 1946) many theories, philosophies, methodologies, methods and tools have been developed but all are united through a concern to think of the entity as a whole and as a part of a greater whole. The idea of the Systems Forum is to explore how systems science might inform and support policy making – particularly for universal or global scale problems that manifest at local levels.
This is the first session and will cover migration as a global issue with many local consequences. See event details