Latin America 2010 – 2030 Scenarios: International Delphi Surve

2011

Latin America 2010 – 2030 Scenarios: International Delphi Survey

You are kindly invited to take part in an International Delphi Survey designed to create scenarios for Latin America and the Caribbean in 2030. About a year ago, a large-scale study was conducted to identify developments that could affect the region (you can see the results and answers here: http://www.millennium-project.org/millennium/DelphiLatinAmerica2030.html. Over 550 people from 60 countries participated in this international study. Now, based on that work, four distinct scenarios are being created in a unique study that allows external participants to add their views to draft scenarios that have been created by Latin American experts using an on-line questionnaire. No individual attributions will be made, but respondents will be listed as participants (unless they instruct otherwise). The survey results will be used to develop potential long-term scenarios for Latin America 2010 – 2030, coinciding with the independence bicentennial celebrations in many Latin American countries from 2010 to 2030.

Please, go to www.RealTimeDelphi.net and log on using your e-mail address followed by the access code LASCE for the study in English, LASCS for the study in Spanish and LASCP for the study in Portuguese. You do not have to complete the whole questionnaire in one visit, and you can return many times until the deadline of March 31, 2011. Also, you only have to answer the questions that you feel more comfortable with, leaving unanswered questions is accepted. When you return to the questionnaire, it will contain your previous answers and you can add or modify any of them. You can change your previous answers as often as you like, and you are encouraged to input additional comments and considerations in any area.

Contact José Cordeiro at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. if you have any specific questions or need clarifications about this invitation. We look forward to including your views and sharing the outcome of the scenarios with you after the results are published. Please feel free to share the questionnaire with others who might have interest and expertise in this field before the deadline of March 31, 2011.
Futuristically yours,

José Cordeiro, Latin American Scenarios Coordinator, The Millennium Project

Ted Gordon, Project Coordinator, Senior Fellow, The Millennium Project

http://www.millennium-project.org/millennium/ScenariosLatinAmerica2030.html
 

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