Social problems are inherently complex, interconnected, and cut across many domains and sectors. How can we practically apply systems thinking approaches to address the intractable social challenges that require urgent attention?

Co-authored by Akanimo Akpan and Colleen Magner, this article answers this question and shares six principles and practical approaches to drive impactful change.

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The time for effective collaboration is now

Radical collaboration is a pragmatic and proven approach to advancing climate action with the speed, scale, and justice required to make an urgent, effective, scalable impact.

Learn how to collaborate for climate action with the guidebook: “Radical Collaboration to Accelerate Climate Action”.

Explore how the Shared Realities project works to strengthen social cohesion and resilience in an age of information disorder.
Find out how to evolve information ecosystems into healthier spaces reading this interview with Dr. Claire Wardle.
This article shares diverse insights on the global convening series on countering disinformation, co-convened by The Oak Foundation and CIFF.
Are are drawing the lessons we should from previous “wars” on complex and emergent phenomena? Read the article by Mille Bojer and Lisa Rudnick.
By extending our thinking to the future, and naming systemic barriers we can gain new insights to creatively tackle misinformation.
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