Ebola Epidemic Similar To AIDS Epidemic

    Response time is everything in a crisis. Without speedy action, more people die than should. This is happening in West Africa. Reaction to the […]

Social Change Needs Visuals Now More Than Ever

  Some issues don’t communicate well with only words to define them. Try explaining the horror of an Ebola epidemic with a simple list of symptoms. […]

Animation Rises In The Arabic World

By Mike Levin Animation is pretty easy to understand. It is pictures of things that tell stories. It doesn’t have much need for metaphor or allegory […]

How To Get mhealth For The Poor Past The “App” Mentality

The use of mobile technology in medicine – known as mhealth – has big plans. It promises to revolutionize health care by delivering front-line care to […]

Looking For A 2013 Guardian

  In the 13 years since the United Nations’ Millennium Development Goals were first set, there’s come an understanding that without poverty alleviation, none of the […]

What Happens When Activism Gets Animated

Chispa Productions has just wrapped The Animated Activist, an hour-long documentary about Firdaus Kharas’s No Excuses animation campaign against rape and sexual violence. For producers Randy […]

Can A Fuzzy Definition Increase Social Justice?

  We’ve just been through the United Nations-designated international days for cancer and zero tolerance for female genital mutilation. These are easy to understand because they […]

Development Aid 2.0: A New Model For Funding Change

Those who created the software of international development aid are frustrated. They spent decades building a trillion-dollar architecture only to see it lurch, stumble and fizzle […]