Our Top Five Reads

Driving Change’s Top Five Articles

Since Driving Change’s launch in October 2020, we’ve covered the most urgent global public policy issues and profiled some of the people behind them, working to do the right thing for the common good. 

This past year brought new challenges and a reshuffling of political actors. As we enter a new era for policy making, we are also reflecting on what lessons we can take from 2020. 

These are five of our most read articles, for your reading:

From Our Editors: Joe Biden’s Public Service Presidency
As the Biden administration tries to reunite the country and restore the reputation of the American government at home and abroad, it should prioritize the revival of public service.

The Case For African Optimism. Q&A With Ndidi Nwuneli
Social entrepreneur Ndidi Nwuneli believes Africa has the means and the innovative spirit to achieve zero hunger by 2030, despite the pandemic.

Getting To Zero Poverty. Martin Burt’s Big, Practical Idea.
Measurement, better data analysis and innovative program design is the key to eradicating poverty, says Paraguayan social entrepreneur Martin Burt.

From Professional Provocateur To Political Insider. Q&A With Tim Wilson MP
It is essential that governments prioritize reducing intergenerational inequities, which increasingly limit the opportunities of younger people, argues controversial Australian MP Tim Wilson in his book, The New Social Change.

World Toilet Day. Talking Shit with Jack Sim
Humor can drive better policies, says Jack Sim, aka Mr Toilet, champion of the global sanitation revolution.

Maz Do

Maz Do is the social media manager and web editor at Driving Change, as well as a freelance writer. Her bylines appear or are forthcoming in Huffpost, gal-dem magazine, diaCritics, and the Takeout. She holds a degree in Middle Eastern Islamic Studies from New York University.

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