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Civic Engagement

How Positive Change Can Start With a Bus Ride

Magic Bus started with informal rugby sessions and quickly turned into a large-scale NGO working to move millions of children and youth out of poverty.
Business

The Economics of Gender Balance

As a woman working in the impact investing field, Julia Profeta Johansson is used to a male-dominated environment. In this article, she gives her view on why creating a gender balance is economically smart.
Human Rights

Podcast OnPurpose with Raghda Abu-Shahla

Refusing to be a victim is “one of the biggest contributions I am making and my family is making towards peace,” says Raghda Abu-Shahla, a Palestinian humanitarian worker.
Responsible Leadership

Maintaining the Legacy of Apartheid

South African designer Luyanda Mpahlwa was incarcerated on Robben Island, now he wants to make sure younger generations learn about apartheid.
Responsible Leadership

Mexico: Connecting to my Mayan Origin

The origin is pretty much like falling in love; you don’t know when it happens, says Gladys Arana, who was born Yucatán and lives in Mérida, Mexico.
Sustainable Cities

How This Woman Is Making Cities Safe

Women should be able to go everywhere anytime, not matter where they live. This is why Elsa Marie D'Silva founded SafeCity.
Human Rights

These Drone Photographs Visualize Inequalities in Mumbai

Inequalities seem to be deeply inscribed in our cities and communities. This becomes particularly obvious if we take a look from a drone perspective.
Civic Engagement

Why Stopping Violence in Chicago Is a Collective Effort

Many organizations are working to fight violence in Chicago. But often there are deep rifts between the individual initiatives. Enter the Global Diplomacy Lab.
Human Rights

How to Own the Monster of Apartheid

As long as South Africans avoid a raw conversation about their history and apartheid, there will be no real change, says Imran Simmins.



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