Venezuela Node


Jose Cordeiro, President of the Sociedad Mundial del Futuro Venezuela (SMFV) is chair of the Venezueal Node. Former Sub-Node of the Latin American Node of the Millennium Project, it became a Node after the Millennium Project Planning Committee Meeting in March 2002, in Washington, D.C.

2012 Activities
See Node activities update presented by Jose Cordeiro,, Node Chair, at the Millennium Project Planning Committee, July 2012.

2011 Activities
See Node activities update presented by Jose Cordeiro,, Node Chair, at the Millennium Project Planning Committee, July 2011.

2010 Activities
See Node activities update presented by Jose Cordeiro, Node Chair, at the Millennium Project Planning Committee, July 2010.

2009 Activities
See Node activities update presented by Jose Cordeiro, Node Chair (report to be posted soon), at the Millennium Project Planning Committee, July 2009.

2008 Activities
See Node activities update presented by Jose Cordeiro,, Node Chair (report to be posted soon), at the Millennium Project Planning Committee, July 2008.

2007 Activities
See Node activities update presented by Jose Cordeiro, Node Chair, at the Millennium Project Planning Committee, July 2007.

2006 Activities
See Node activities update presented by Jose Cordeiro, Node Chair (report to be posted soon), at the Millennium Project Planning Committee, July 2006.

2005 Activities
See Node activities update presented by Jose Cordeiro, Node Chair, at the Millennium Project Planning Committee, July 2005.

2004 Activities
See Node activities update presented by Jose Cordeiro, Node Chair (report to be posted soon), at the Millennium Project Planning Committee, July 2004.

2003 Activities

2002 Activities

Sociedad Mundial del Futuro Venezuela (SMFV) was formally established during 2001 in Caracas, Venezuela. Our inspiration came from the recently deceased Arturo Uslar Pietri, the most prominent Venezuelan intellectual and a famous Latin American writer. Since its founding, the SMFV created an International Advisory Board (which includes Jerome Glenn and Norio Yamamoto) of prominent futurists in different areas and established links with internationally-recognized futurist groups like the World Future Society (WFS), the World Futures Studies Federation (WFSF), the Club of Rome, the Club of Budapest, the Association International des Etudiants en Sciences Economiques et Commerciales (AIESEC), and, obviously, the Millennium Project (MP).

Contact:
Jose Cordeiro
President
Sociedad Mundial del Futuro Venezuela (SMFV)
Urb. El Bosque. Av. El Empalme. Edif. Fedecámaras, Piso 4,
Apartado. 2568. Caracas 1050. Venezuela
Tel.: (58-212) 730.30.72       Fax: (58-212) 730.30.72
email: info@futurovenezuela.net