The Changemaker CoLab is a virtual 6-week programme that equips aspiring worldchangers with the insights, relationships, and tools needed to turn their ideas into action, and turn their passions into a sustainable initiative that works toward changing the world.
We are excited to kick off a new series of virtual meetups for students and aspiring development professionals to help you sync up with others who are passionate about similar issues. Whether you want to work in development or you just care about eradicating gender inequality, come join us for a discussion about the issues facing women, non-binary, and transgender people across the world.
How do you approach development and bring about impact when the government and large corporations stand in your way? The answer lies in empowering local communities, and strengthening relationships with local leaders. In working in development in rural India, working in some of the most remote areas, even the most basic initiatives can go a long way.
The key to beginning any social change business (or any business, for that matter) is building a Business Model Canvas. But understanding the Business Model Canvas can help inform your decision making whether you're working in an organisation, on an academic related project, or developing your own project.
We are excited to kick off a new series of virtual meetups for students and aspiring development professionals to help you sync up with others who are passionate about similar issues. Whether you want to work in development or you just care about making good health and well-being a right for all, come join us for a discussion about the issues facing countless individuals from across the world.
For us ideators, it's easy to get caught up in "dreaming" up our idea, but what happens when it's time to implement? We end up missing out on key opportunities, or taking a wrong turn because we didn't plan our strategy. During this one hour web-based workshop, we'll be tackling the "looking ahead" stage of developing your idea.
When working in development, we deal with complex issues that aren't usually black and white. How do we make sense of this complexity when developing our own solutions to critical international challenges? Symptoms and events can look convincingly like problems, but it's essential to look broader than the symptoms.
The Doing Development Differently manifesto calls for a transformation in how we ‘do development’. It’s a call to focus on problems defined by local people, learn quickly through cycles of planning, action and reflection, and embed genuine local ownership.