What Next Volume II[From the back cover]
There is a dire need to reshape thinking on development, progress and society at the core, and to question many deeply held assumptions. The space for imagination and visionary thinking is often unnecessarily limited. We must also recognise the many layers of challenges where ‘solutions’ may turn – or may already have turned – into new problems.
It is of great importance to anticipate such problematic trajectories and look for alternative paths that can take us to a decent and sustainable future. This requires unconventional thinking, and the consideration of a broad range of alternatives – a strong case for pluralism. This is what this What Next volume is all about. This is also the departure point for the new, indpendent What Next Initiative."
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This What Next volume appears in two different covers. Both are published as an issue of 'Development Dialogue', the Dag Hammarskjöld Foundation’s journal.
With this issue, the Foundation concludes the What Next Project which now continues as the independent What Next Forum.
The image to the right shows the Volume in the traditional Development Dialogue cover. The image above, shows the special cover for the What Next Forum.
Printed copies of the volume with the cover above can be obtained from info(at)whatnext.org