The Future Thinking Challenge is part of the Dr. Goh Keng Swee Nation Building Series of the Humanities Department at ACS (Independent). It is an annual effort to showcase top humanities students engaging in critical thinking over issues influencing Singapore’s future.
The event is held in collaboration with the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO), Risk Assessment and Horizons Scanning (RAHS) Programme Office and invited Ministries. This collaboration has allowed for participating students to employ scenario-planning skills to systematically assess possible policies for the future.
Participating schools are required to undergo a workshop where members of the RAHS
Program Office familiarised participants with scenario planning tools on a specific topic and they will write an essay which will be ranked and the best three teams will present their research before a live audience before a panel of esteemed judges.
More more information visit the official website here.
Low barriers to entry.
No apparent cost of entry.