Four Londoners share their reflections about participating in One Book One London
An emphasis on problem-solving can be problematic. And dangerous. When you set out to solve a problem, you march forward with an arsenal of assumptions: you are already convinced that a problem exists, you believe you ought to fix it, and you believe your solutions will be superior to the current state of things. That …
A panel discussion unpacking the concept of ‘structural violence.’
The politics, perverse incentives, classism, and optics of addressing inequality and poverty for a career.
To what extent do poverty reduction efforts reduce poverty?
We know that poverty has significant impacts on individuals and families, but how does it affect an entire community?
Tortoises only win when hares screw up.
The only thing more important than what you say is what other people hear when you speak.
Using Donella Meadow’s thinking on system leverage points, I present a visual framework for thinking about poverty interventions.
A routine public service reminder about separating causation from correlation.