When the Peruvian village of Las Juntas joined forces with local authorities to reduce disaster risks, the impact was far-reaching.
Lasting change requires systemic change. We must create an environment where poverty cannot persist. We encourage people to think differently about poverty—to ask questions and challenge assumptions.
Runaway inequality is bad for all of us, but it’s the poorest among us who suffer the most.
Happy New Year! Just like individuals need to shake off the holidays and think about the opportunities of a fresh year, organizations ought to take stock and decide where they want to put extra effort. Here's our list for 2016.
Two advocates in Liberia and Sierra Leone demonstrate that good governance must come from within.
Why play golf? A former government minister in Ghana charts a new course of leadership in retirement
Albert Kan-Dapaah builds incentives for his former fellow public servants to change their behavior.
Enhancing people’s ability to engage their leaders on the nation’s most pressing issues.