Kantar Futures Blog

Category: politics

The power of ‘we’

behavior change, communities, culture, politics, social responsibility, sustainability

The power of ‘we’

Becky Rowe writes: I’ve been in Australia for a few days for a client project and one of things I have noticed (aside from the jetlag and great weather) is… Read More »

Sharing data with the government

consumers, digital, politics

Sharing data with the government

Michelle Singer writes: People in the UK feel far more comfortable about sharing their personal data with government if they are also allowed to share in the benefits. This was… Read More »

Flying the flag (post 1 of 2)

history, identity, politics

Flying the flag (post 1 of 2)

Jake Goretzki writes: As a closet vexillologist, I have always had an inexplicable fascination with flags. Flags are brands with armies and navies. Just like brands, they can be relaunched,… Read More »

Can the arts cure cancer?

culture, politics

Can the arts cure cancer?

Rachel Kelnar writes: While teaching part of a module on “Planning for the Future”, part of City University’s Cultural Leadership programme, I was struck by a provocative comment from one… Read More »

The future of civil society in Britain and Ireland

politics, scenarios

The future of civil society in Britain and Ireland

Andrew Curry writes: I mentioned this large scale scenarios project in a post a few weeks ago – carried out for Carnegie UK’s Commission of Inquiry Into The Future of… Read More »

The future of civil society

future, politics, scenarios

The future of civil society

Andrew Curry writes: We’ve just finished an extensive project with Carnegie UK’s Commission of Inquiry into the Future of Civil Society in Britain and Ireland, looking out to 2025. We… Read More »