Societal Model

Priya Ajmera

The Societal Model reflects the ingredients of successful social movements: restoring the agency of people, bringing diverse co-creators together and weaving vibrant networks around a shared vision. 

November 22, 2022

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Towards a New Equilibrium

Sanjay Purohit

Which  simple, convenient and universal changes must we induce such that the current undesirable equilibrium transforms to a more desirable  steady state? How can we use our newfound technological capabilities to make such transformations scalable and viable? How can we find ways to nurture an ecosystem of innovators who can help  people embrace this change?

November 15, 2022

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We opened the discussion on how to catalyse societal impact at scale.  A steep hike started with talking about scale.

November 8, 2022

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What’s your Zero?

Anand Rajan

Zero is a foundational building block. It represents the lack of anything and is the starting point from which all things can be created.

October 31, 2022

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We all know life is all about making choices. From what to do and where to live to if or not to eat that last sweet for lunch. Some choices, of course, are harder to make than others. Some bigger, for us and than us. Shanti has made the right choices. Or, made choices and made them right. 

October 25, 2022

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I sat next to Maya Welch, Impact Lead at Healing Fields Foundation. Under a big banyan tree, Maya and I spoke about our lives and the work we do. In her, I could sense a will to imagine and believe in achieving what some would think as naive but I consider audaciously optimistic

October 17, 2022

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Aastrika Foundation aims to bridge the most glaring gap in building a robust healthcare system for women and children, that of agency women exercise over their bodies and of healthcare professionals in being equipped to provide bias-free interventions.

August 24, 2022

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Shared Digital Infrastructure is an important aspect of making sure that extremely desirable changes in the Indian State move from “too big to solve”, “too difficult to do” and “we can’t do it in 24 months” to a feasible proposition.

August 16, 2022

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Reimagining the State as an organisation

Dr. Santhosh Mathew

Anjali Hans

I believe that improving governance in India rests on reimagining the State as an organisation — thinking about its systems and processes, how it manages data, funds, recruitment, personnel management, and  training — and the impact these have on public officials and citizens. 

August 10, 2022

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In an insightful conversation with Ashutosh Garg from The Brand Called You, Arghyam’s CEO Mala Subramaniam highlights the importance of marrying traditional wisdom with technology to distribute the ability to solve faster, efficiently and at scale.

July 19, 2022

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