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Kristina Lunz says: "Power in our society is concentrated in a few hands of very few people and it is always the same people". This is why she is an advocate for the female perspective in global diplomacy. Find out more in her Twenty Thirty Portrait.

 

 

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Breaking the Silence
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How GDL's innovative approach to encourage out-of-the-box thinking inspired us to upgrade our own concepts.
Multi-stakeholder partnerships: why they matter and how to get them right
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Breaking the Wall of Cartels in international aid
The world gave 146 billion dollars in aid last year, but less than one percent went to local initiatives. A group of frustrated experts is localizing the development industry through innovation tech and sustainable development thinking.
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