- “Trends and Emerging Issues for Brunei Darussalam: The Futures Deck and Card Game” (2017) by Diana Cheong and Ivana Milojević. Journal of Futures Studies, ISSN 1027-6084, Tamkang University Press. December 2017, 22(2): 85–100
- “Strategic Planning in Brunei Darussalam: History, Experience and Lessons Learned” (2016) by Haji Mohd Rozan bin Dato Paduka Haji Mohd Yunos and Ivana Milojević, CSPS Strategy And Policy Journal, Vol. 6, December 2016.
- “Alternative Futures for Brunei: Exploratory Development Scenarios” (2016) by Ivana Milojević, Yuzilawati Abdullah and Liew Chee Hau, CSPS Strategy And Policy Journal, Vol. 6, December 2016.
- “Trends And Emerging Issues: Implications For Brunei Darussalam” (2016) by Diana Cheong, Ivana Milojević and Redhuan Rajak, CSPS Strategy And Policy Journal, Vol. 6, December 2016.
Creating New Stories and Alternative Futures for Asia
April 21, 2017
Venue: National Information Society Agency, Seoul, Korea
Organized by: Science and Technology Policy Institute (STEPI), Asia Pacific Futurists Network (APFN), and The Korea Association for Futures Studies (KAFS)
Partnering Organizations: National Information Society Agency (NIA), The Seoul Institute, Korea Employment Information Agency (KEIS), Tamkang University, Taiwan, and Association of Professional Futurists, US
Brunei Futures Initiative presented under ‘Regional Special’ Panel Session, 20th April. Panelists from BFI were Dr Ivana Milojević, Yuzilawati Abdullah and Ishan Johari, all from the Centre for Strategic and Policy Studies, Brunei Darussalam.
Panel presenters discussed the background, context and current efforts of ‘doing futures in Brunei’. Specifically:
Dr Ivana Milojević presented an overview of BFI’s Past, Present and Forthcoming Activities. She provided ‘an outsider’s perspective’ on doing futures in Brunei.
Yuzilawati Abdullah talked about Scenario-building Approaches to Project Brunei's Alternative Futures project. She provided an ‘insider’s perspective’ on doing futures in Brunei.
Ishan Johari presented examples from the Emerging Issues as Warning Signals for Addressing Brunei’s Futures project and Futures Deck, policy brief and the journal article that came as a result.
All three panelists discussed the unique features of planning, strategizing and policy making in Brunei in the context of exploring new stories and futures for Asia in general and South East Asia in particular. The panel concluded with the lively discussion between the panelists and the participants about the commonalities and differences of doing futures in the Asia-Pacific region.