“The growing magnitude and complexity of socioeconomic problems facing societies throughout the world transcend the capacities of individual organizations and sectors to deal with them
Like many at the start of the pandemic, I found myself awake at night feeling insecure about the future. I had recently started a new
I know nothing about return on investment.
I know we need to save the planet but have no idea how. I know what I am able to do in my personal life, recycling, buying organic and local, walking instead of driving etc., etc., I know how to fix plumbing, to a certain point… then I call the plumber. I know I will need a mason to access the leak behind the wall… When I go to my GP I usually get good advice – he’s a really good GP – then he sends me to a specialist.
Many people have said that the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic threatens to reverse progress made towards achieving the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals. In the article “SDG17:
Impact17 believes that multisector partnerships that genuinely involve stakeholders are the most effective. We know that community engagement is not easy. However, it is vital
It’s a given that collaboration is a potent accelerator for progress, particularly when it comes to delivering change in solving other big global problems, such
Partnership is the new buzzword. All aspiring politicians, business tycoons, or institutional leaders must, at the very least, envelope their agenda in the soft language
Photo credit: Laura Eldon/Oxfam People always need to be at the centre of humanitarian response. They are not. That is not good enough. Imagine a
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