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Halcyon's 52:52:52 campaign on this site and on Twitter will start in late 2020. It will help you address 52 issues with 52 responses over 52 weeks.

Part consultancy, part thinktank, part social enterprise, Halcyon helps you prepare for and respond to personal, organisational and societal change.

A Mundane Comedy is Halcyon's new book. Extracts will appear on this site and on social media during late 2020. Please get in touch with any questions about the book or related Halcyon services.

Halcyon monitors change for more than 150 key elements of life.

Halcyon In Future

What's Changing? - Technology
Halcyon In Future 22 October 2020
What's Changing? - Values
Halcyon In Future 20 October 2020


Personal values are unique to every individual and can loosely be described as a set of beliefs or intuitive feelings inside our heads. They act unconsciously as a guide - telling us how comfortable we feel about different situations, 

Please see below a growing and non-exhaustive Halcyon list of values that we can try to live by:


What's Changing? - Habitat
Halcyon In Future 16 October 2020


Please see below selected recent cities/urbanisation-related change.


See also: 


October 2020

What's Changing? - Death
Halcyon In Future 12 October 2020


Please see recent death-related change below.


See also:


In figures:


October 2020

What may change longer-term?
Halcyon In Future 30 September 2020

Please see below what's likely to change in the coming years and contact us for help in dealing with change.

What's New? - Future
Halcyon In Future 1 May 2020


Halcyon curates the most significant future-related content from carefully selected sources. Please contact us if you'd like our help with future-related challenges.

What's Changing? - Emergence
Halcyon In Future 31 October 2019


Please see below selected recent emergence-related content.


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October 2019


September 2019

Questioning Change - Work
Halcyon In Future 31 May 2019


Forum for the Future identified key questions regarding the future of work:

  • What kind of skills will our future workforce need? How might they be different from the skills needed today? How can educational needs and mindsets shift in response?

  • We also now need to ask, what sort of ‘talent’ will economies need? Where might the precise value in what people can do lie in future? How will this impact pensions and social security? 

  • How will we determine the rights of robots - a new class of workers?

  • What will be the future of unemployment: will more people choose it, or be in temporary/flexible/freelance employment?

  • How will team structures change? Will more people be working in teams, or alone?

What's Changing? - Megatrends
Halcyon In Future 1 January 2019


Please see below recent megatrends-related change.

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On Habitats
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Halcyon In Future 30 June 2018

According to the World Bank, more people now live inside this circle than outside of it - see @WorldBank


What Will Change? - By 2050
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Halcyon In Future 6 March 2018


Selected recent 2050-related headlines:

On Forecasting 2018
Halcyon In Future 17 February 2018


Please see below a wide range of 2018 forecasts, curated by Halcyon.

Ageing trends towards 2050
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Halcyon In Future 21 January 2014

Within next 10 years, there will be 1 billion older people worldwide. By 2050 nearly one in five people in developing countries will be over 60. Check out this infographic by HelpAge International, an agency that helps older people lead dignified and healthy lives to see how the world demographic will change in the coming years. Delve into the latest data on ageing via the HelpAge International website.

On Robots
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Halcyon In Future 16 December 2013

A taste of things to come?

Geopolitical trends, 2011

The future of global power is likely to include more South-to-South development strategies, new issues in territory and sovereignty, and the potential for the collapse of states.

For example, imagine a world with a strong China reshaping Asia; India confidently extending its reach from Africa to Indonesia; Islam spreading its influence; a Europe replete with crises of legitimacy; sovereign city-states holding wealth and driving innovation; and private mercenary armies, religious radicals and humanitarian bodies playing by their own rules as they compete for hearts, minds and wallets.

Hunger trends, 2011 Halcyon In Future 30 May 2011

A new study into food security called for urgent action to avert global hunger, claiming that the current system is unsustainable and will fail to end hunger unless radically redesigned.

Global Hunger