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New York Redistricting Czar Urges People To Go Local

New York Redistricting Czar Urges People To Go Local

“I get seasick. My wife’s the sailor,” joked David Imamura, a lawyer specializing in white collar crime, now Chair of New York State’s (NYS) Independent Redistricting Commission (IRC), on his NYS listening tour. Monday brought

Citizenship & Rights
Asian Workers Act to Hold Brands Accountable for Working Conditions

Asian Workers Act to Hold Brands Accountable for Working Conditions

For several days in June 2020, in the midst of a raging pandemic, hundreds of women walked long distances from their homes to protest the sudden shutdown of a factory unit in Bangalore in southern

Governance
Jeffrey Neal on Rebranding Public Service

Jeffrey Neal on Rebranding Public Service

Public service needs a rebranding. It needs to emphasize that it is one of the best ways individuals can make a significant difference to society, which should help it compete with tech giants and other

Citizenship & Rights
James-Christian Blockwood on Pursuing a Public Service Career

James-Christian Blockwood on Pursuing a Public Service Career

“In the government you can explore the world and nearly every job can be offered to you through federal service.”  With those words, James-Christian Blockwood, Executive Vice President at the Partnership for Public Service explained

Inclusive Economy
Books Driving Change: Jacqueline Novogratz’s Manifesto

Books Driving Change: Jacqueline Novogratz’s Manifesto

So, this book, if you will, is a handbook of sorts for anybody who sees themselves as someone who wants to create change and solve problems, whether at a micro community level, an organization level

Climate
Humanizing Cities: All I Needed to Know About Jobs I learned in Kigali

Humanizing Cities: All I Needed to Know About Jobs I learned in Kigali

As cities across the world race to kickstart their economies through infrastructure jobs programs, I was struck by how smoothly a micro-version of this has taken flight in cash-strapped Rwanda. In Kigali, a Swiss Agency for

Inclusive Economy
Data Science Innovators Connect Talent and Governments

Data Science Innovators Connect Talent and Governments

Governments are realizing the power of data to tackle complex problems, but raw data is not enough to inform policy decisions. Analyzing and interpreting data requires deep expertise in modelling, statistics and data science. The

Inclusive Economy
Made in Africa: A Conversation With Dalberg’s James Mwangi

Made in Africa: A Conversation With Dalberg’s James Mwangi

“The thing that I found actually resonated [with potential clients] was less of saying how much we knew, and actually playing into how much we didn't know. And actually coming in and saying, look, you

Inclusive Economy
Helping Young Africans Find Jobs

Helping Young Africans Find Jobs

At Catalyst 2030’s recent Catalysing Change conference, Driving Change’s Matthew Bishop spoke with Reeta Roy, president & CEO of the Mastercard Foundation, about their new Young Africa Works strategy and why the foundation has relocated

Citizenship & Rights
Government for a New Generation: Q&A with Donald Kettl

Government for a New Generation: Q&A with Donald Kettl

Professor Donald Kettl is a world-renowned expert in and professor of public affairs at the Lyndon B. Johnson School at the University of Texas, Austin. He’s a senior fellow at the Volcker Alliance and the

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