Sisters Uncut: The Guerrilla Feminist Movement Taking the UK by Storm
The British feminist direct action group that's fighting cuts to domestic violence services in the UK.
How Place Turns Refugees into Innovators
Migration is not a problem but a chance for our societies to reach their full potential. This is the theory of change of the non-profit organization Place, based in Paris. Karam Mohammed is living proof.
Common Goal Unites Football Players for Good
How professional football players are leveraging the power of their sport for good.
Net Positive: A Radical Shift in Leadership and Economics
How leaders are fundamentally rethinking their strategy to contribute more to the economy than they take.
This Platform is Transforming Democratic Participation in the Middle East
Belabbes Benkredda founded The Munathara Initiative, the Arab world’s largest debate platform. It aims to give youth, women, and marginalized communities the opportunity to participate in society and politics.
A Mayor’s Fight for the Survival of His Town
Rural flight is a global problem which Germany is also not immune to. In the town of Weißwasser, engaged citizens, led by mayor Torsten Pötzsch, are fighting back against the trend.
“It Was a Toxic Political Environment”
Attorney Matthew Clayson discusses his involvement with The Detroit Declaration movement, pushing for community involvement and stronger transatlantic relations.
A Seat at the Table: Gender Discrimination in Foreign Policy
The Centre for Feminist Foreign Policy is a research and advocacy organization that is forging a new discourse on power and systematic oppression.
Standing up for All Those Facing Injustice
Attorney and civil rights activist, Sufyan Sohel, on his fight for human rights in response to the US travel ban.
Successful Leadership in Changing Times
How do you cultivate curiosity, compassion and courage in the face of prejudice, anger and fear? Otto Scharmer has some interesting answers.