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With our FEFAP Partner- What’s new in Political Anticipation training? Discuss the world crisis using the principles of Political Anticipation

Next training course : 1st February to 5th April 2014

The European Laboratory of Political Anticipation (LEAP) operates on the base of a novel method of « political anticipation », developed and perfected by Franck Biancheri[1] during 30 years of outstanding experience of European political – associative practice. This method, which emphasises the principles of objective detachment, the finding and prioritisation of strong trends, the identification of areas/periods of breakup,…makes the projection of future scenarios possible, based on an objective understanding of the present related to the past and the future. This anticipation work is “political” in the sense that it emphasises the importance of responsibility and action in the future’s creation: tomorrow is what we make of it. But this method is, above all, a guidebook of principles of intellectual rigour applicable to everyone’s decision-making process in every area: business management, community administration, political mediation, economics, finance, property, families, etc…

In 2009, political anticipation was further perfected with the publication of ( the Manual of Political Anticipation by Marie-Hélène Caillol) and a first series of training courses jointly organised with the Sorbonne.

The success of these training courses lead to Franck Biancheri creating a foundation for training in Political Anticipation, FEFAP, based in Seville in Spain, providing training in LEAP’s method of analysing the future in four languages (French, English, German and Spanish), from an online campus .

For the first term in 2014, FEFAP has made its training programme more flexible

The course’s 10 sessions can now be purchased:

. individually

. in a package of five sessions of one’s choice

. or all 10 sessions

(only the latter leads to the award of the FEFAP/IRPA training certificate in political anticipation).

In addition, FEFAP recognises the highly interactive character of its training courses and brings scope for discussion into the programme. The next course is entitled: “discuss the world crisis using the specialised principles of political anticipation-And anticipate its next stages”

Each session is based on a methodological point applied in the context of a discussion between course participants and the teacher on the topics in the GEAB (GlobalEurope Anticipation Bulletin) [2]. The programme for the first term of 2014, which will take place from the 1st February to the 5th April, is as follows :

1st February – A review of the principles of political anticipation

Discussion: the Western real estate market

8 February- Topic: trends and breaking points

Discussion: the United States

15 February – Topic: sources and networks

Discussion: international monetary system/currencies/gold

22 February – Topic: observation point and state of mind

Discussion: Euroland/EU

1 March –Topic: timing

Discussion: oil/petrodollar

8 March –Topic: clarity, rationality

Discussion: presentation of students’ retro-anticipations (session reserved for students having taken the whole course)

15 March –Topic: the need to communicate

Discussion: the financial markets

22 March –Topic: appraising an anticipation

Débat : Discussion: China/BRICS/the emerging world

29 March –Topic: avoiding slippage

Discussion: the statistical fog

5 April –Topic: conclusion

Discussion: presentation of students’ anticipations (session reserved for students having taken the whole course)


For further information and enrolment: info@fefap.eu (Victoire Baeyaert)


[1] Franck Biancheri, who sadly died in October 2012, was the LEAP’s director of studies and strategy from 2004 until his death. During this time especially he coordinated the GEAB’s editorial board. In addition he was the author of « The World Crisis : The Path to the World Afterwards ». He has given a part of the royalties from this book to FEFAP.

[2] The teachers are also GEAB contributors.

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