BRICS Youth: Agents of Change (2016)

The BRICS economies are rising global powers whose young population and sheer size give them huge potential. In 2015, a special edition of Policy in Focus, a United Nations Development Programme report, urged BRICS countries to focus on generating employment opportunities for youth as a means of meeting development projections. While young people in these […]

Our Future Selves (2016)

Interview with Sohail Inayatullah by Leigh Robshaw. Discussion on forthcoming changes such as solar, gene and AI technologies, driverless cars and “clean meat”. Also a section on Sohail Inayatullah’s ideal future world. Published in My Weekly, Wednesday, 16th November 2016.

Futurist Advocates for ‘Strategic Foresight’ in Corporate Planning (2015)

By: Natalie Greve, Creamer Media Contributing Editor Online United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation chair in futures studies Professor Sohail Inayatullah has touted the adoption of “transformative and strategic foresight” by companies in future scenario planning, telling a workshop that this approach creates flexibility in decision-making by moving from a focus on one inevitable […]

Global Award for Sunshine Coast Academic (2011)

A UNIVERSITY of the Sunshine Coast adjunct professor who works to educate business, not-for-profit and government organisations on what the future holds has received a global award. Professor Sohail Inayatullah received one of four 2010 Laurel Awards for all-time best futurists, after a vote by almost 3000 of his colleagues in the global Foresight Network. […]

CEOs, Cinderella and Xena (in Turkish) (2009)

Interview with Sohail Inayatullah by Sad Ozdemir, 17 december, 2009.,%20Te%20GFC%20and%20Images%20of%20the%20future%20in%20Turkish.pdf

Futures Thinking for Transforming, FUSION (2008)

Futures Thinking for Transforming, by Mohd Zakwan for FUSION, published by MIGHT (Malaysian Industry-Government Group for High Technology).  

Expert Predicts Virtual Future for Queenslanders (2008)

Alex Dickinson August 29, 2008,23739,24255674-3102,00.html QUEENSLANDERS in 2083 will be moving in virtual worlds, living up to 100 years of age and may have done away with the state government. That is the opinion of leading Queensland futurist Sohail Inayatullah, who says the state’s future hinges on our decisions over the next few years. […]

Sohail Inayatullah On The Future, Forbes (2007)

What’s one thing you were sure would happen, but didn’t? When I first started as a student of futures studies in the 1970s, I did think by the time I was in my late 40s that space travel would have progressed dramatically–there would be humans on Mars and beyond. I’ve also been surprised by the […]