Catalyst 2030 exists because its members believe in taking collective action and finding bold, new strategies to reach the SDGs by 2030.
Catalysing Change Week 2021 was the story of more. More sessions than ever before, more speakers, more regions represented, more connections established and more impact than we could have dreamed of.
As the G7 prepare to meet in the UK in June and the G20 in Italy in October, our community of social entrepreneurs and experienced problem solvers would like to bring to your attention already existing solutions which are ready to scale.
Read the story of Catalyst 2030’s extraordinary first year – We have all worked together at an astounding pace, to connect and collaborate and to lay strong foundations for systemic change in communities, nations and regions globally.
Winners Will Be Announced at the Catalyst 2030 Awards, 25 March 2021 at Virtual Ceremony Hosted at Althorp House. The Finalists represent philanthropic, government, multilateral and business leaders and organisations who embrace collaboration, co-creation and the shifting of power dynamics to achieve the SDGs.
“If you have an idea and you truly want to change the world, you start with small achievable things - small steps towards a grand idea. Everyone is a changemaker.” These are the words of Jeroo Billimoria, a social entrepreneur who built her first social...
More than 80 co-founders met during the week of February 10 at the Althorp Estate in Northampton, UK to craft a collective roadmap for the years ahead.