Our founder and CEO Julia Stamm and project assistant Jennifer Shirar have published an article in the Hindustan Times, analysing the applications we have received to our global Call to Action for Innovators for the Future. They write:

“We need to change how we think about technology and innovation. Rather than allowing technological advancement to steer our narratives, innovation and technology should help us build bridges between the worlds we inhabit now and the ones we imagine for tomorrow.”

We have seen this shift in thinking in our work over the past months and in the applications to our Call to Action. This article in the Hindustan Times analyses the trends we found while assessing applications, as a window into how innovators on the ground are working for change.

“Overall,” Julia and Jennifer write, “two trends are evident. First, the recognition that we, collectively, need to do things differently, and that this will take some serious analysis and imagination. Second, though local and regional priorities may differ, our problems are interconnected, globally. So, too, should our solutions be.”

Read the full article here.