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WHO we are

The POSSIBLE FUTURES Crew is comprised of women across the Global South.

Our backgrounds are highly varied and cross-sectoral: anthropology, sustainability, change management, business innovation, visual design, urbanism, clinical health, societal wellbeing, stray welfare, environmental justice, planetary regeneration.

The Crew is at the core of the Collective, a fluid, extended group of folk who support events, initiatives and projects run by the Crew.

Our partners include

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WHAT we do

The POSSIBLE FUTURES Crew are experienced in curation, coordination and facilitation of complex difficult dialogues that attempt to navigate and bridge immense gaps between Global South regions, and between Global South and Global North.

We are adept at cross-cultural design strategy for the centring of marginalised groups of folk and the structures that perpetuate systemic oppression upon them.

We do not merely run thought experiments or publish academic texts.  We speak at international events and guest lecture at universities.  We engage and collaborate discerningly with various stakeholders internationally to design for real understanding, committed connection, and practical systems change.

In pooling together our experiences and leveraging our global networks, we are building our best attempt with creativity to undo violence and oppression brought about by colonial hegemony and globalised capitalism.

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CURRENT projects

We have several projects ongoing; some of them tightly under wraps.

Here's what we can share:

Flagship five-month course for professionals Intro to Decolonial Sustainability

Dialogic events every so often engaging on planetary regeneration from Global South perspectives - updates available through social media and our newsletter.

The Museums Project: various collaborations with creative organisations, indigenous rights groups and decolonial communities (a project seedfunded by Karibu)

A curated library of knowledge resources to help folk explore the our long pasts, fast presents and immediate futures from Global South perspectives (coming soon)

As for what we can't share yet, updates will come through our newsletter.


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