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Governance
Norad Innovates To Drive More Effective International Development

Norad Innovates To Drive More Effective International Development

At Catalyst 2030’s recent Catalysing Change conference, The Norwegian Agency for Development Cooperation (Norad) was honored for its innovative approach to international development. Their strategy of looking for new ways of thinking has led them

Inclusive Economy
Introducing Driving Change: Made in Africa

Introducing Driving Change: Made in Africa

So often organizations that seek to inspire new leaders in public service look for examples in Europe and North America. However, we know that there are brilliant examples of visionary leaders who are influencing public

Climate
Is Micromobility Here To Stay? The 3 Things Policymakers Need To Do

Is Micromobility Here To Stay? The 3 Things Policymakers Need To Do

At Driving Change we have been looking in depth at the micromobility movement, how it started and its impact on cities and people's well-being. Have you started using a bike-sharing scheme since the start of the pandemic? Have

Climate
Heating Up: New Urgency in the Battle Against Climate Change

Heating Up: New Urgency in the Battle Against Climate Change

By holding a virtual summit of world leaders, rather than have them fly in carbon-intensively, Joe Biden is sending the right message -- even if it owes more to Covid than the climate crisis it

Citizenship & Rights
The Policies That Did Most For Women

The Policies That Did Most For Women

This is International Women’s History Month. So what better time to take a look at the policies around the world that have done most to advance women? Driving Change has been looking at the most

Education
75 pivotal public policies: adoption of the world wide web standard

75 pivotal public policies: adoption of the world wide web standard

The World Wide Web was invented in 1989 by English scientist Sir Tim Berners-Lee, who wrote his first web browser the following year while employed at the European Organisation for Nuclear Research (CERN) in Geneva.

Education
75 pivotal public policies: the Open University

75 pivotal public policies: the Open University

Imagine a university for all, helping to build a more competitive economy while also promoting equality of opportunity and social mobility and life-long learning. Britain’s launch of the Open University in 1969 was a big,

Governance
75 Most Influential Policies

75 Most Influential Policies

This year, Driving Change set out to identify the seventy-five most influential post-war policies which have had the greatest impact on shaping the world as we know it today. These policies span interventions on everything

Governance
75 Pivotal Policies That Have Me Our World Better

75 Pivotal Policies That Have Me Our World Better

It may not feel like it right now, but in many ways the world has become a much better place in the past 75 years. Yes, we face huge challenges everywhere we look – from

Inclusive Economy
75 pivotal public policies: New Zealand’s 2% inflation target

75 pivotal public policies: New Zealand’s 2% inflation target

In late 1989, as part of a reform package that also made the country's central bank independent from political interference, the government of New Zealand set a target of keeping the country's rate of inflation

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