EXAMPLES OF CHANGE FOR Strategy 2030

Join a global team of scanners

The results thus far from consultations on the global Red Cross and Red Crescent Strategy 2030 points to 7 key transformations needed for the network to be fit for the next decade.

What do these transformations look like in other organizations?

Get involved and scan for examples and innovations within these transformations that are changing the game in humanitarian and development work now and into the future!

 

How to spot these changes?

 

1. Choose from any of the following 7 transformation categories:

2. Scan for examples of other organisations/networks/movements experimenting with different innovations and approaches within these categories:

  • It could be something that is new within the humanitarian and development space, or is being done at much larger scale
  • Has the potential to change the future of humanitarian and development action, in a sustainable way

 

3. Send us your examples in the following format:

  • My example of change is:
  • This is a change because:

Your examples will get published on this platform.

Examples of change

Global School Climate strikes

My example of change is: Global School Climate Strikes

https://www.weforum.org/agenda/2019/03/school-climate-strikes-go-global/

This is a change because: It demonstrates the increasing influence that movements led by young people are driving social change. Young people have mobilized together on a global cause with strikes that took place in more than 2000 cities across more than 100 countries, with support from institutions such as schools and Greenpeace. The global movement is pushing for action on national climate policy and also on voting ages for young people so that they are able to be part of the decision making around electoral issues. The movement was inspired by the actions of one young climate activist – Greta Thurnberg, and it has sparked a global movement of young people pushing for change.

This example is related to Transformation 4: Youth and Volunteering

Edgeryders: collaboration, experimentation and community impact

My example of change is: Edgeryders: collaboration, experimentation and community impact

https://www.cameralibre.cc/edgeryders-collaboration-experimentation-and-community-impact/

https://twitter.com/edgeryders?lang=en

This is a change because: It is a distributed, collective network and think tank that brings together an open, online community of activists, social innovators, artists, makers and thought leaders to collaborate on projects for social good. Members collaborate together on an online platform where they work mutually on projects and networks focusing on evidence base decision making. They have a strong focus on experimentation, communicating, collaboration and community building. It speaks to new ways of working that bring together different actors to solve common challenges.

This example is related to Transformation 2: Working effectively as a distributed network

Indian startup Proto develops fact check service in partnership with WhatsApp in time for national elections

My example of change is: Indian startup Proto develops fact check service in partnership with WhatsApp in time for national elections

https://www.techcircle.in/2019/04/02/ahead-of-polls-whatsapp-unveils-fact-check-service-developed-by-indian-startup-proto

This is a change because: It demonstrates how organizations are proactively responding to changing and emerging risks in societies and working with local organizations/startups on solutions. This response to a rise of fake news and a series of lynching in 2018 triggered by rumours that were circulated through WhatsApp. The service will cover four regional languages and will work with organizations at the grassroots level to counter misinformation spread during the election period.

This example is related to Transformation 6: Undergoing a digital transformation