There has never been more need for trust for people in power. Blair Glencorse is leading a movement to build trust, accountability, and responsibility.
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.
How do societies become more inclusive and equal? Letitia Zwickert’s work could be one answer to this question.
When he called his mum from the White House, a place where she would have been arrested 20 years ago, Adolfo Hernandez knew he was on the right track.
In his acclaimed films, Estevao Ciavatta, a documentary filmmaker from Brazil, shows the challenges faced by our planet and humanity.