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“How Restorative Economics Can Lead Us Towards a Just Transition”

As inequality deepens, climate chaos spirals out of control, and a global pandemic becomes endemic, the most directly impacted grassroots communities are experimenting with creative economic models and democratic governance structures that collect their power so that they can survive, and thrive, with dignity throughout these transitions. In this session Nwamaka Agbo, CEO of the […]

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Frontiers 2022 Closing Remarks from Stanford Social Innovation Review

Frontiers of Social Innovation 2022 closing remarks from Stanford Social Innovation Review.

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“Workplace Democracy Doesn’t Happen by Accident: Collective Bargaining as a Powerful Tool”

In the wake of the pandemic, workers across the economy have the most bargaining power they’ve had in decades and are demonstrating a demand for better quality jobs. But how are workers harnessing their power in this context, and what can this and other recent worker struggles tell us about how we must evolve our […]

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“Bolstering Fragile Neighborhoods: How ‘Going Local’ Helps Disadvantaged Americans”

Indicators show that everything from life expectancy to crime rates to student test scores to social mobility are not only correlated with each other but with a physical location. Yet, few public or private initiatives focus on comprehensively strengthening neighborhoods and, in particular, neighborhood social systems. Many initiatives focus narrowly on improving individual lives through […]

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Discussion Groups, Day 3

These small group discussions are an opportunity to connect with and learn from fellow attendees, share ideas and reflections on the conference topics, and share your individual perspectives. The breakout rooms will be self-moderated and randomly assigned, except for Day Three where you will be able to select a group to join based on issue […]

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“To Unlock the Power of Data, First Build Trust”

Data holds the power to tackle society’s greatest challenges and improve lives across the globe. But this transformation and impact will not happen overnight. Building just, equitable, and sustainable data ecosystems requires time, resources, and strategic deliberations in recruiting talent, designing architecture, defining standards, and implementing governance. It also requires trust, a fundamental asset that […]

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“From Hunger to Health: Democratizing Development With Data”

In what amounts to a quiet revolution, a small group of NGOs and pioneering governments are upending decades of development practice to more equally distribute power. This shift is particularly striking in the field of health and hunger, where power determines who eats and who goes hungry, who lives and who dies. Drawing on data-driven […]

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