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Disrupt Development brings you inspiring stories of disruptive thinkers and doers within Sustainable Development. Stories about transformative idea’s, innovative projects, impactful products, groundbreaking systems and new partnerships all aiming to accelarate impact towards Sustainable Development. Disrupt Development partners with Dutch Innovation Platform - The Spindle.
 
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We live in volatile, uncertain, and complex times. So, how do we navigate an age of uncertainty and complexity in global development? In this series, we explore the Future of Partos - the Dutch Development Cooperation Association that brings together nearly 110 Dutch Development NGOs. In this episode together with Somaye Dehban we are going to talk…
 
The world has changed since INGO's became prominent actors on the global stage. The current model for INGO's seems no longer fit for purpose. The Ringo Social Lab - Re-imagining the International NGO - brings together a group of influencers, thinkers, leaders and disruptors from across civil society around the world in the quest to re-imagine the r…
 
We live in volatile, uncertain, and complex times. So, how do we navigate an age of uncertainty and complexity in global development? In this series, we explore the Future of Partos - the Dutch Development Cooperation Association that brings together nearly 110 Dutch Development NGOs. In this episode, we talk with Marinke van Riet about diversity, …
 
We live in volatile, uncertain, and complex times. So, how do we navigate an age of uncertainty and complexity in global development? In this series, we explore the Future of Partos - the Dutch Development Cooperation Association that brings together nearly 110 Dutch Development NGOs. In this episode, we reflect on the first phase of the Partos Fut…
 
In 2021 development and humanitarian campaigns still show harmful stereotypes, negative framing and traces of white saviorism. Yet we also see alternative frames in communication that question the status quo. In this Poverty Porn series, we open up the conversation about ethical, respectful, and inclusive communication in global development, togeth…
 
In 2021 development and humanitarian campaigns still show harmful stereotypes, negative framing and traces of white saviorism. Yet we also see alternative frames in communication that question the status quo. In this Beyond Poverty Porn series, we open up the conversation about ethical, respectful, and inclusive communication in global development,…
 
We live in volatile, uncertain, and complex times. So, how do we navigate an age of uncertainty and complexity in global development? In this series, we explore the Future of Partos - the Dutch Development Cooperation Association that brings together nearly 110 Dutch Development NGOs. In this podcast episode we dive deeper into the Future Pathway o…
 
In 2021 development and humanitarian campaigns still show harmful stereotypes, negative framing and traces of white saviorism. Yet we also see alternative frames in communication that question the status quo. In this Beyond Poverty Porn series we open up the conversation about ethical, respectful, and inclusive communication in global development, …
 
We live in volatile, uncertain, and complex times. So, how do we navigate an age of uncertainty and complexity in global development? In this series, we explore the Future of Partos - the Dutch Development Cooperation Association that brings together nearly 110 Dutch Development NGOs. In this 2nd episode together with Dr. Tina Comes we try to bette…
 
We live in volatile, uncertain, and complex times. So, how do we navigate an age of uncertainty and complexity in global development? In this series, we explore the Future of Partos - the Dutch Development Cooperation Association that brings together nearly 110 Dutch Development NGOs. In the first episode, we start with a word of welcome from the D…
 
In this AMID StoryCast series, students Aysegul and Carlo talk with Domenico Dentoni, full professor in Business Resilience and Transformation at Montpellier Business about the role that academia can play in facilitating coordination of stakeholders in the pursuit of sustainable change. Societal challenges are becoming increasingly complex and will…
 
In this AMID StoryCast series, students Shelby and Felix had the chance to discuss how international negotiations change in the face of the corona crisis and the ongoing virtualization of the global meeting landscape. Based on their recent training on international negotiations the two also look deeper into what learnings junior professionals in th…
 
In this AMID StoryCast series, students Anke and Kathryn talk about effective online facilitation. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, development professionals have moved most of their work online. How has this made us rethink North-South development partnerships? And how should the facilitators of these partnerships hone their craft accordingly?…
 
In this AMID StoryCast series, students Matteo and Felix dive into private sector-driven development based on their recent learnings. They discuss the pros and cons of bringing together government and industry leaders as a driver of development, and they identify how civil society and INGOs can play a part in realizing inclusive value creation that…
 
Pracademics are individuals with a position in academia, practice or both who straddle the boundaries between the two domains and have the ability to act as responsive connective tissues and as change agents towards the sustainable development goals. In this episode together with Dr. Willem Elbers we are going to talk about pracademics. Their exper…
 
In this storycast Inemarie Dekker & Nicky Wakou introduce you to the iMPACT direct foundation who change the story of giving by making it possible to direct donate to local non-profits. Their conversation touches on aid fatigue experienced by donors, donor recipients, the importance of building trust between donors and recipients, the inclusion of …
 
The vast majority of global development actors are experiencing challenges when it comes to 'Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning'. Many organisations use MEL for accountability, to ensure compliance and prevent fraud than actual learning and improving. Outdated logical frameworks, once used for military planning, that are still being used extensive…
 
International cooperation has never been more needed, but the current system of “aid” is outdated and ineffective. Global Public Investment calls for a wholesale restructuring of the aid project, a totally new approach fit for the challenges of the 21st century - a new common framework for financing social, economic and environmental challenges in …
 
Disruptive changes have caused uncertainty in the development sector, specifically for NGOs that are grossly ill-equipped to adapt to the changing times. Although funding from traditional donors is becoming harder to come by, new actors have opened up new streams of development finance that were hitherto out of reach for NGOs. In this StoryCast Sal…
 
Organisations are better in developing innovations but often struggle to create a culture of innovation. In this episode Tanya Accone will share the story of how UNICEF scaled a culture of innovation in their global institution. Tanya Accone has been at the forefront of advocating for and leading ground-breaking initiatives at the United Nations Ch…
 
In this episode Julio Garcia Martinez shares his journey of how he came to work in humanitarian innovation. A journey that is marked by inspiring visits to refugee camps in Nigeria, South-Sudan and Myanmar. Julio works at ZOA as Change Manager and Innovation Coordinator. ZOA is an international relief and recovery organization supporting vulnerable…
 
The world changes rapidly, and in many respects so does development cooperation. It is difficult to fully grasp the changes, let alone to make well-informed choices in an environment with many uncertainties. In this episode together with Bart Romijn we are going to talk about development cooperation. We will evaluate if development cooperation has …
 
In this pisode Olloriak takes the time to reflect on her experiences using Human Centered Design approaches. She discusses some of the pitfalls but also the benefits. Olloriak Sawade works for Plan International based in Amsterdam as the Business Partnership Manager. Within her portfolio she supports colleagues on innovation. Olloriak has worked in…
 
Cash delivered electronically to a phone or credit card. Direct cash platforms are becoming new competitors of the traditional non-profits in global development. They give individual donors the sense of connection they want, a frictionless customer experience, and a clear value propositon based on results and not good intentions. 100 weeks is a rev…
 
While efforts to develop novel interventions receive considerable attention and resources, organizations often struggle to turn innovation into impact --thus failing to achieve their full potential. Investments in innovation only yield impact if an organization is able to master the scaling part of the process. Everyone talks about scale, but there…
 
We have an imperative to shape the new aid industry to be fit for today’s challenges. The “aid industry” is an antiquated term and most people use it pejoratively. But changes to this sprawling, $200 billion-a-year industry have come so quickly that we don’t yet have language to describe it. Perhaps one day something like “impact industry” will cat…
 
In this Podcast together with Jeroen Kelderhuis we are going to tak about the unique role of the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs in development cooperation. Why the Netherlands is one of the largest donor countries, the relationship between the Ministry and civil society organisations, lessons learned from the biggest funding instrument, and how …
 
The colonial relationships and attitudes can clearly be recognised in the communications of international aid organisations. Like during the colonial times on 'expedition' to hike in Nepal. Cycle in Tanzania. Showing white saviourism when celebrities and ambassadors are visiting projects abroad emphasizing the suffering 'other'. Simulating misery o…
 
The call to change the balance of power in development cooperation is getting louder and louder. It is time for more local ownership of the global agenda, everyone seems to agree. There is even a real movement under the hashtag #ShiftThePower. The development community has been talking about this for decades now, but what has changed? In this new P…
 
The call to change the balance of power in development cooperation is getting louder and louder. It is time for more local ownership of the global agenda, everyone seems to agree. There is even a real movement under the hashtag #ShiftThePower. The development community has been talking about this for decades now, but what has changed? In this new P…
 
Many courageous organisations are taking on major humanitarian and sustainability challenges. Hack The Planet offers these organisations new perspectives on challenges, accelerating their efforts by creating and implementing smart and pragmatic technologies in collaborative projects. In todays episode Tim van Deursen is going to talk about how tech…
 
In times of radical change and upcoming paradigm shifts in all industries, most organizations are not prepared to deal with the next waves of disruption. Travel with us to the future to explore and create scenarios for your industry and make your organisation Future Ready. In this episode together with timetravellers and future architects Amrei and…
 
In todays episode together with Stijn en Julian we are going to talk about how their social start-up the Nieuwe Gevers is disrupting development aid. We will talk about the Happiness paradox, the growing movement of professionals donating their skills to non-profits, why the private sector is pushing their employees to find purpose, the challenges …
 
The call to change the balance of power in development cooperation is getting louder and louder. It is time for more local ownership of the global agenda, everyone seems to agree. There is even a real movement under the hashtag #ShiftThePower. The development community has been talking about this for decades now, but what has changed? In this new P…
 
People of colour and young women face many challenges when they’re dreaming to become entrepreneurs. Izzy Obeng is the founder and director of Foundervine, a social enterprise who specialise in start-up and scale-up acceleration programmes for founders from disadvantaged communities in the United Kingdom and Africa. “I was working in corporate at t…
 
The call to change the balance of power in development cooperation is getting louder and louder. It is time for more local ownership of the global agenda, everyone seems to agree. There is even a real movement under the hashtag #ShiftThePower. The development community has been talking about this for decades now, but what has changed? In this new P…
 
A doughnut cooked up in Oxford will guide Amsterdam out of the economic mess left by the coronavirus pandemic. Amsterdam is embracing the so-called doughnut, an economic model that envisions “a world in which people and planet can thrive in balance”. The brainchild of Kate Raworth, a senior research associate at Oxford University’s Environmental Ch…
 
Data science, as a field, tends to get obscured by so many buzzwords (“AI!” “Deep learning!” “Big data!”) that relate to what we can do, without a lot about why we would do it in the first place. It’s a growing field, with so much potential, but I think it’s important to shift the narrative. Yes, data-science, but why? Technologies progress and dev…
 
Our economies and companies are addicted to exponential growth. But is this good for our planet and our society? In recent years social entrepreneurship claims to offer an alternative - but something still doesn't feel right. As the founder of the world's first Post-Growth company Melanie Rieback’s talk will combine her practical experience buildin…
 
There is a lot of interest from professionals working in international development in human-centered design. A mindset and approach that sits at the intersection of empathy and creativity. Together, with Rahmin Bender we will talk about what design is, debunk myths about design, explore how to solve wicked problems through design, and how you can b…
 
Why is innovation made complex by so many people? In this Podcast global innovation author and speaker, Gijs van Wulfen, makes innovation simple again, so you and your team can innovate yourselves successfully. We talk about what innovation is, why it matters, idea killers, conservative managers, how to create an innovation culture and what Confuci…
 
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