Change starts here.
Systems Sciences and cybernetics have always collaborated as a community spearheading new thinking, advancing not only sciences and theory but also technology and practice.
Today the IFSR reaches far beyond pure academic institutions; it brings together all people who understood that new solutions need new thinking for a thrivable world.
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The IFSR is representing 30+ organizations with 30,000+ systems scientists and practicioners.
Discover our member organizations below.
Society for Managerial and Social Cybernetics (GWS)
Who are we? The GWS was founded in 1968 as an academic society to promote the development and use of cybernetic thinking in the economy and the society. Today it has established itself in the German-speaking area as a community and forum […]
Forum For The Future (School of Systems Change)
Who are we? Forum for the Future is a leading international sustainability non-profit. For over 24 years we’ve been working in partnership with business, governments and civil society to accelerate the shift toward a sustainable future.Climate change, poverty, malnutrition, civil unrest: the […]
International Research Institute for Advanced Systems (IRIAS)
Who are we? International Research Institute for Advanced Systems (IRIAS) was established in 1976 by decision of the Governments of the People’s Republic of Bulgaria, the Hungarian People’s Republic, the Republic of Cuba, the German Democratic Republic, the Mongolian People’s Republic, the […]
Action Research Plus (AR+)
Who are we? AR+ was founded in 2008 by Hilary Bradbury using seed capital provided by royalties for the Handbooks of Action Research. We started out as a grantmaker to those doing change work. In 2010 the Action Research journal needed a […]
International Society for the Systems Sciences
Who are we? The International Society for the Systems Sciences is among the first and oldest organizations devoted to interdisciplinary inquiry into the nature of complex systems, and remains perhaps the most broadly inclusive. Originally founded as the Society for General Systems […]
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