Author Archives: Noa Gafni

Can governments cope with the sea change ahead?

Can governments cope with the sea change ahead?

‘Now is no time to think of what you do not have. Think of what you can do with that there is’ ― Ernest Hemingway, The Old Man and the Sea The World Government Summit recently took place in Dubai on 8-10 February. The public sector today faces seismic changes and outright threats from the role ofRead more

How can social good initiatives go global and resonate with locals?

How can social good initiatives go global and resonate with locals?

The social good sector is more global than ever before. Over 90 per cent of European organisations give internationally. In Latin America, corporations are equally as likely to offer domestic or international pro-bono support.[1] And 1.6 million tourists travel abroad to volunteer annually.[2] The millennial generation is particularly inclined to rally around global, rather thanRead more

Welcome to the ‘Values Revolution’

Welcome to the ‘Values Revolution’

People increasingly expect all aspects of their lives – from their careers to their purchasing decisions and the way they spend their spare time – to have a positive impact on the world. This is not a trend. It’s a profound societal shift in thinking. It is happening everywhere. We call this the Values Revolution.Read more

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