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Health
Made in Africa: A Conversation with Chinny Ogunro

Made in Africa: A Conversation with Chinny Ogunro

“If I have to decide between creating one large hospital that impacts a small number of very, very wealthy lives, but makes me personally rich, versus having a large number of small clinics, that impacts

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

Well-Being
Our pick of Books Driving Change

Our pick of Books Driving Change

We launched our latest podcast series, Books Driving Change, as the summer began. The series is hosted by Matthew Bishop, a former Economist journalist turned social entrepreneur and the author of several books, who talks

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

Education
Books Driving Change: Adam Grant and Think Again

Books Driving Change: Adam Grant and Think Again

If you change your mind because you're telling people what they want to hear, and you're trying to curry favor or get the approval of your constituents, you're doing that for purely political reasons. And

Climate
Don’t Despair, These Climate Leaders Are Taking Action

Don’t Despair, These Climate Leaders Are Taking Action

This week’s report from the UN's Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change offers a catastrophic assessment of the speed at which the planet is warming and the time we have to avert disaster. While many are

Education
Mara Gubuan Tackles the Tokyo Olympics and Women Athletes’ Rights

Mara Gubuan Tackles the Tokyo Olympics and Women Athletes’ Rights

In the first week of the Tokyo Olympics, the focus on gender inequality and athletes’ well-being took center stage. Enter Mara Gubuan, founder of the Equality League, who was convening the most experienced human rights

Health
Books Driving Change: Noreena Hertz and The Lonely Century

Books Driving Change: Noreena Hertz and The Lonely Century

“Loneliness thrives in an ecosystem that its drivers are structural, and political, and economic, as well as to do with choices we make as individuals, and therefore that its solutions need to be comprehensive. That

Governance
Two Scientists Envision the U.S.’s Proposed Pandemic Preparedness Agency

Two Scientists Envision the U.S.’s Proposed Pandemic Preparedness Agency

Imagine if we had a centralized system that could anticipate viruses like COVID-19. One that also predicted the probability infection would spread along with its impact so we could act before it takes hold. The

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

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