Empowering People Workshop Mexico 2014: Sharing Experiences for Social Impact Measurement
Who would have thought that sharing ideas and exchanging cards could be such a useful exercise for driving change? For several years society has adopted traditional approaches for promoting development and we have not seen yet the results we would expect. Could it be that it is time to go […]
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Bhutanese Women: Empowering and leading the way forward
Bhutanese women have always enjoyed a privileged gender status unlike their counterparts in neighboring countries. Many of them are trailblazers in their work on issues of domestic violence, good governance and the environment and are truly an inspiration for the future generation. Leading the way is the Queen Mother of […]
Quality, Sustainability and Resilience – A Must for African Women in Business
According to the Millennium Declaration of September 2000, governments committed to promoting gender equity and women empowerment to combat poverty, hunger and diseases. They also committed to stimulate sustainable development. Up to today here has not been efficient political will especially in Africa and sustained commitment to meeting the needs […]
Open Knowledge Festival: Who is Going to Finland?
The first Open Knowledge festival is coming up in Helsinki from 17 to 22 September, and Future Challenges wanted to send one writer to Finland to represent our community at this important event. We wanted to find someone with a great desire and the skills to go and make a good impression on behalf […]
The Revolution in your Pocket
The little cell phone, the connected computer at the corner shop and the little kid who knows how to operate them all – just the right ingredients for an information revolution that will empower the great masses of India.