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Empowering Indonesia’s Coastal Communities for Climate Resilience

How might we use our understanding of the human mind to empower coastal communities, build resilience, and help them adapt to climate change?

Can Citizens’ Assemblies Improve Our Response to Crises?

Governments should use assemblies to tackle the issues at the heart of public debate during a crisis, write Stefan Flothmann and Brett Hennig

Whitewater Philanthropy: Creating Change while ‘Shooting the Rapids’

In the space of just a few months, the combination of three crises have wiped out decades of philanthropic investments in development.

Climate Change and the Polycrisis: Why We Can’t Ignore Anger Anymore

It is becoming harder for climate change-makers to talk to and engage with communities. The solution, however, isn’t hoping for a “normal” world. It’s to acknowledge the emotional landscape and work with it.

The Power of Anger to Change the World

A look back on how a movement fuelled by anger generated the most empathy women survivors have ever received globally and how that created a dent in centuries-old patterns, norms and narratives.

Can Citizens Assemblies become an effective response to crises?

A look back on how a movement fuelled by anger generated the most empathy women survivors have ever received globally and how that created a dent in centuries-old patterns, norms and narratives.

How is the Ukraine crisis unleashing a battle of mindsets?

A look back on how a movement fuelled by anger generated the most empathy women survivors have ever received globally and how that created a dent in centuries-old patterns, norms and narratives.

Can we effectively campaign through scenarios like Covid?

A look back on how a movement fuelled by anger generated the most empathy women survivors have ever received globally and how that created a dent in centuries-old patterns, norms and narratives.