An open call from the Young Foundation.
What Works? Finding new ways to make social change
The Young Foundation, supported by the Rockefeller Foundation, is putting out an open call for inspiring stories which give a ‘behind the scenes’ view on how social change unfolds. Our goal is to uncover new and untapped ways to catalyse social change, and highlight What Works?
We are undertaking a global search for stories which showcase the many new and untapped approaches that people and organisations around the globe are using to help unleash their capacity and creativity, and respond better to complex social challenges and needs.
To help us with our search, we’re drawing on the wisdom and experiences of a wide range of people spanning disciplines and sectors, addressing a wide range of social challenges, and working in communities across the world. We’re doing deeper regional studies and collaborating with local partners to identify approaches that are being developed and applied in Southern and East Africa, and East and South East Asia.
Our ultimate goal is to identify approaches with the highest potential, and spread these through the social sector.
Go to our blog, What Works?, to follow our global search, learn how people are finding new ways to unleash capacity and creativity, and share your own stories and experiences of making social change happen at http: findingwhatworks.org