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.
Dutch System Group / Systeemgroep
Who are we? The Dutch Systems Group was initiated by Albert Hanken and Gerard de Zeeuw and others in 1970. The activities of the Dutch Systems Group, according to de Zeeuw (2006), made an important contribution to the introduction of the area […]
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 […]
The Schumacher Institute
Who are we? The Schumacher Institute is an independent organisation that studies the sustainability of our complex systems – in the long term and in harmony with natural processes. We invite policymakers, practitioners and communities to join us in making sense of […]
Hellenic Society for Systemic Studies (HSSS)
Who are we? The Hellenic Society for Systemic Studies (HSSS) is a scientific non-profit society whose main goal is to advance and to spread out the Systemic Studies with the development of theoretical systemic approaches which they will be applicable to more […]
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