Changemaking work is tough. Sometimes it feels like all the odds are against you and it's a constant upward battle. Onions Talk is here to support you. Be inspired, be touched, be motivated. This podcast keeps you going when times are tough and we crystallise learning that you can apply on your impa… read more
Raïsa Mirza is an interdisciplinary socially engaged practitioner with international work experience all over the world - including Bangladesh, Canada, Ethiopia, Japan, Malawi and the Philippines. She works and lives in emerging economies driving social innovation work in challenging contexts within a diversity of sectors. Raïsa has worked on many SDG goals including conservation, agriculture, water and sanitation. She is an expert facilitator in the human centered design process to lead strategic planning, change management and innovation cycles across organizations, including within remote teams and with national governments.
In this episode, we chat about
How socially engaged art can play an important role in driving SDG goals through creativity, storytelling and community engagement.
Finding opportunities beyond the arts to collaborate with and how to build projects
The power of trust, relationships and social capital.
Competencies needed for building cross sector projects.
Imagination as a currency.
Check out Raïsa’s website: https://www.wabisabijetty.com
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