We can drive more capital to community-driven solutions that deliver results, but first we need a change in mindset—one that focuses on outcomes—using data and partnerships.
The new emphasis on land rights in the global development agenda is a positive step, but could be meaningless without significant shifts in support.
The gender-lens movement is beginning to fund culturally led efforts to transform underlying beliefs that systematically disempower females in the first place.
In both online and offline venues, activists at Color of Change are pursuing the fight for racial justice at Internet speed.
Solar-plus-storage capability needs to reach vulnerable populations fast. Can we speed up disruptive technologies’ usual path to adoption?
Leaders must be steadfast in their efforts to achieve results that advance equity—just and fair inclusion into a society in which all can participate, prosper, and reach their full potential.
To move beyond good intentions, the development paradigm must shift toward collaboration, community involvement, and empowerment.