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Human Rights

“I Put Myself in the Survivor Category”

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.
Human Rights

Five Strategies for Building Mental Resilience

Resilience is the process of adapting well in the face of adversity, trauma, tragedy, threats, or significant sources of stress. Eirliani Abdul Rahman has five ways to build resilience.
Sustainable Cities

How Chicago Fights to Uphold Basic Human Values

Chicago has been shaped by generations of newcomers. And it has for decades been a sanctuary as well. The Trump administration wants to change this.
Sustainable Development

“The Kind of Aggressive Timeline the World Needs.”

"Nothing about the SDGs is self-implementing," says Jeffrey D. Sachs. This is why we need to change our core operating systems - and ensure adequate funding.
Sustainable Development

F20 Foundations Take a Stand: World Wildlife Fund

By establishing the F20 platform, the participating foundations seek to identify pathways towards sustainable development and call upon the G20 Heads of State to take action.
Responsible Leadership

How to Access Your Curiosity, Compassion, and Courage

The solutions to all our pressing problems are already prototyped, somewhere, on a small scale. The future is already here. You just have to lean into it, says Otto Scharmer.
Sustainable Cities

Breaking Down Barriers for the Latino Community

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.
Responsible Leadership

In Baltimore, Giving Up Hope Is Not an Option

In Baltimore, the rift between rich and poor, black and white, hope and despair is enormous. Still, some people refuse to give up.
Business

What’s So Evil about Tipping?

Some North American restaurateurs recently started to eliminate tipping. At the root of these efforts is the deep social injustice created by the practice.



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