Azadeh Pourzand has an unshakable belief in dialogue. If you want to know, you’ve got to go. Even if it is a dinner with U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo.
Fed up with bad news? Netta Ahituv made it her mission as a journalist to show people in a constructive way how they can drive social, political, and ecological change.
How do you get people excited about social innovators and their causes? Six years ago, Jonathan Herzfeld and some fellow entrepreneurs had a great idea.
Anne Kjaer Riechert has mobilized her community to set up a coding school for refugees. It offers them prospects for the future. And a family.
It is hard to find non-white, female, or working-class voices in the foreign policy discourse. Kristina Lunz wants to change this.
“In order to transform you have to be disruptive.” Politics can be a very human place, and Guillermo Navarro Sanz is living proof of that.
Samantha Stevens is changing the system from within corporate America. Her main targets? Sexism, racism – all those “isms” that separate people from each other.
South Africa is one of the most unequal societies in the world. Lubabalo Cavendish Ntsizi still believes that his country can change for the better.