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Michel Visser’s Konnektid

MICHEL VISSER: The issue with current knowledge sharing What if there is someone on your very street who can teach you how to play the guitar? Or your co-worker could teach you a new language? In todays’ world, we are… Read the rest

Peer-driven investment for impact ventures

Impact ventures play a vital part in the adoption of green and inclusive technologies, policies and behaviours. But in order to have real impact, they need to scale globally. This requires serious investment. So what does it take for impact… Read the rest

Merel’s 60-Day-Challenge

Having prospered herself from the tenets of heightened awareness, it has become Merel van der Lande’s ultimate wish to help people in their pursuit to heightening awareness. In doing so, she hopes to inspire people to surrender to this process.… Read the rest

Teach2Fish: “If it wasn’t for the 60 Day Challenge, Teach2Fish would’ve probably never transpired”.

Founder Karim Mareek laid the basis of teach2fish during the 60-Day Challenge in which he participated a year ago. Since then, his enterprise has altered course. Read more

Why doesn’t the Institute of Fundraising pay its own intern?

The Institute of Fundraising (IOF) aims to be “an influential voice for fundraisers and to be an expert policy lead on fundraising and wider giving”, its website tells us, adding: “Our policy team works to deliver a strong representative voice… Read the rest

Tips on Communicating Doing Well While Doing Good

I’ll make you a bet. I’ll bet that at some point in the past year you have had a conversation – with someone else or with yourself – about the fine line between doing well and doing good – about… Read the rest

Why didn't we get the future we want in #Rio?

“Why didn’t we get ‪#TheFutureWeWant‬ in ‪#Rio‬? Because we don’t have the leaders in place to get us there!”  One of many tweets on our talk with Kumi Naidoo – executive director of Greenpeace International. And we weren’t just with… Read the rest