Systems Change

Inclusive Systemic Thinking – Beyond Essentialism

1. Nathalia Munoz Ballesteros (Young Emerging Evaluator), 2. Monica Gagliano (Biological Intelligence /Associate Professor, Australia), 3. Lucy Ntongai (ActionAid Kenya), 4. Ellen Lewis (moderator- Ethos of Engagement Consulting), 5. Anne Stephens (moderator- Ethos of Engagement Consulting)

There is a recognized need for effective inclusion of all, human and non-human, to design, implement and evaluate intersections for multiple objectives. In this panel session, we will discuss ways and means to give a more holistic voice to people, nature and sentient beings in such a way that stereotypes are not reinforced and new ways of facilitating change can emerge.

TAGS: Gender, Inclusiveness, Systems Change

5. Gender Equality 10. Reduced Inequality 16. Peace and Justice Strong Institutions

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The three Systems Social Entrepreneurship approaches being implemented in Australia

1. Emily Humphreys (Wicked Lab), 2. Rebecca Scott (STREAT), 3. Luke Terry (White Box Enterprises), 4. Sharon Zivkovic (Community Capacity Builders)

Participants will learn about the theory and practice of three different Systems Social Entrepreneurship approaches. These include the work of White Box Enterprises, the STREAT and Moving Feast approach, and learnings from using Wicked Lab’s Tool for Systemic Change.

TAGS: Chapter AUSTRALIA, Systems Change

10. Reduced Inequality 11. Sustainable Cities and Communities 17. Partnerships for the Goals

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To change the system, let us not reinvent the wheel!

1. Frederic Bardeau (Simplon), 2. Madeleine Clarke (Genio, European Social Catalyst Fund), 3. Miquel de Paladéala (Up Social), 4. Alexander Kesselring (Ashoka Austria)

In this session, we will analyse the challenges of international replication and the levers that the various stakeholders can activate individually and collectively. The panelists will provide insights and the participants will be able to feed in their ideas and engage in the solution building.

TAGS: Systemcs Change

1. No Poverty 2. Zero Hunger 4. Quality Education 10. Reduced Inequality 17. Partnerships for the Goals

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Catalysing Regenerative Futures – Indigenous Wisdom & Networked Action

1. Konkankoh Joshua (Better World Cameroon), 2. Pavel Luksha (Global Education Futures Initiative), 3. Curtis Ogden (Interaction Institute for Social Change), 4. Adrian Robke (Weaving Lab)

The main takeaways from the session are: learning how to accelerate your change-making with both indigenous wisdom and modern systems thinking and expand your skills to weave more thriving, inclusive and effective impact ecosystems between diverse stakeholders.

TAGS: Culture, Systems Change

4. Quality Education 9. Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure 17. Partnerships for the Goals

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Democratizing Learning for Systems Change

1. Brendon Johnson (inHive), 2. Jen Berman (Garfield Foundation), 3. Rob Ricigliano (Omidyar Group), 4. Michela Fenech (Ashoka), 5. Russ Gaskin (CoCreative), 6. Vyjayanthi Mala (Societal Platform), 7. Seanna Davidson (The Systems School), 8. Laura Winn (Forum for the Future), 9. Annabel Membrillo (University of Environment in México)

How can we scale education around systems change enabling anyone to become a transformational changemaker?

In this participatory discussion we will explore diverse learning pathways and educational approaches – and how we can make them more accessible to social entrepreneurs.

TAGS: Systems Change, Academia

17. Partnerships for the Goals

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From Band-Aids to Blueprints

From Band-Aids to Blueprints

Tim Hanstad, CEO of the Chandler Foundation, writes about inequality and how social investors need a shift in mindset to focus on long-term solutions to building a better world.

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