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Posted by: on March 4, 2020

Systems Change requires new ways of thinking and doing

An organisation in Pakistan that enables smallholder rural, off-grid farming communities to meet their farming and household needs using livestock as currency. A network of entrepreneurs built up in the favelas of Brazil. An NGO skirting anti-abortion laws by providing access to safe procedures in international waters. A private company building a new business model […]

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Posted by: on January 9, 2020

Changing and staying the same: 3 lessons from a term in Oxford

While in Oxford I’ve grown quite fond of Libraries. The combination of book-lined walls and the silence that betrays the energy of imagination and thought create a specific type of intensity. Oxford libraries magnify this intensity. It is in one of Oxford’s 100 or more libraries that I find myself reflecting on three lessons that […]

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Posted by: on October 8, 2019

Get to know Carlos Blanco, MBA 2019-20

Tell us about yourself: An Australian with a Maori mother and Spanish father, I’m committed to social impact, one of the MBAs with a young family and a wee bit rugby mad. Over the year I’ll share what I learn from exploring all three of those identities (and any new ones that emerge). Sector/Industry you […]

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