Martina Kampmann

Martina

Languages:

  • gb
  • de
  • fr
  • es

Foresight | Multi-stakeholder | Peer-to-Peer Learning | Knowledge | Placement | Journeys

Martina has many years of experience as a political scientist, a journalist, and a development policy specialist and she explores current transformation processes . She has held a variety of senior leadership positions. As an official in an international organisation she worked on peer reviews and on knowledge sharing with emerging economies, closely linked to strategic foresight. She is now building on these experiences as a strategy consultant. Martina has lived for some time in Singapore, Peru, Guatemala, France and Germany. . She uses experiences with many policy issues, including transparency in extractive industries, sustainable supply chains, transformation of global policies such as mobility, open governance, anti-corruption, sustainable urban development, risk management, social and environmental policies, climate, agriculture and food security, vocational training and life-long learning.

Growing awareness of Foresight, OECD, Paris

The Annual Meeting of the OECD Government Foresight Community (GFC) in Paris, 7-8 October, was again a high point for those following the future of governance and strategic foresight. Thanks to Strategic Foresight Counsellor Duncan Cass-Beggs and his excellent team, the Community is growing, with great presentations by Futurists, governments using foresight, researchers and practitioners […]

events, foresight