Engineers Without Borders UK in 2035
To drive the development of our new strategy we want to look ahead and create a vision of what we could be 15 years from now.
What are your thoughts?
Thank you for your interest in the development of Engineers Without Borders UK’s new strategy!
We really value having the views and insights from a wide range of diverse individuals across our community. Whether you’ve been involved for the last 15-20 years or you only found out about us yesterday – every voice is important to us.
Whilst we’d love to meet you all and discuss your ideas individually, we’ve tried to create a way for as many voices to be heard as possible in a manageable and equitable way.
We’ll soon be sharing some of the thoughts and ideas that have been submitted to inspire others (anonymously – so feel free to be as ‘out there’ as you like). And we’ll be using all of the submissions to help us build the next stage of our consultation process.
Thank you so much for taking the time to complete this online exercise – we hope you enjoy it.
We’re excited by how many people have contributed to our new strategy already. Explore the handful of fantastic insights from our community become inspired to contribute to the strategy development process.
Take the journey with us to 2035
Engineers Without Borders UK was founded in 2004, since then, we have achieved and evolved a great deal. The purpose of this exercise is to consider how much we could achieve in the next 15 years if we plan our direction, expand our imaginative horizons and remove any concerns about any constraints we currently have (we’ll come back to those later).
Feel free to think big whilst taking part in this exercise.
Grab a drink, clear your mind, and travel with us to 2035. You’ll need about 30 minutes to complete this exercise.
STRATEGY CONSULTATION: ENGINEERS WITHOUT BORDERS IN 2035
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