Kwamou Feukeu

FEUKEU Kwamou Eva is a Cameroonian antipation specialist acting as the Africa coordinator for Futures Literacy at UNESCO. She is an experienced facilitator and lab designer involved in labs run mainly in Africa and Europe since 2014. Part of the editorial board of the scientific journal Futures, Kwamou is a full member of the World Futures Studies Federation (WFSF) and Plurality U+ network. A jurist by training, she focuses her recent works on the role that norms play in the production and evolution of anticipatory systems using lessons learned from decolonial studies and pluralist legal contexts as evidence of complexity. She is also keen to work on African representations and uses of the future. She is currently a PhD candidate in Complexity Studies and Law at University of Lancaster (UK). She joined the Max Institute for Comparative Private International Law in 2021 as a research fellow to coordinate the decolonial legal scholars network in Africa. She holds a Master’s Degree in business litigation and arbitration and a Bachelor in African studies from Sciences Po Paris. Read more: The Capacity to Decolonize (project proposal and research paper, accessible online, African Futures: an Interview (

Futures or the Reproduction of Oppression