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Global goals, local solutions
A group of leaders that include Rachel Bowen Pittman, Executive Director of United Nations Association of the USA, Helen Bond, Ph.D, Howard University associate professor of education, Salah Goss, senior vice president for social impact at the Mastercard Center for Inclusive Growth and Ridgway White, president and chief executive officer of the Charles Stewart Mott Foundation are sitting on stage as panelists as they discuss how each of their organizations are working toward the achievement of the SDGs. One woman is speaking into a microphone as the other three panelists listen. A screen behind the group has logos for American Leadership on the Sustainable Development Goals, Center for Sustainable Development at Brookings, and United Nations Foundation.

Mott Perspectives | Civil Society

Global goals, local solutions

How can we solve global issues like poverty and inequality? Mott President and CEO Ridgway White explains why solutions start with communities.

Q&A: Expanding Community Philanthropy in Africa
A group of masked people hold a large banner.

Civil Society

Q&A: Expanding Community Philanthropy in Africa

Program Officer Mamo Mohapi discusses how the Mott Foundation is helping to expand the community foundation field in Africa.

The revolution will be digitized
An illustration of hands holding up cell phones with images of the globe, hands shaking, the scale of justice, light bulb and a group of people.

Civil Society

The revolution will be digitized

Digital technology is changing civil society and it’s time to equip the sector with info and tools to face the challenges head on.

Preserving and Protecting Civic Space amid COVID-19
Infographic depicting the elements of Civic Society necessary for a healthy world: the illustration has the image of the world represented by a picture of Earth, justice represented by a judge's gavel, access to information represented by a mobile phone, access to the internet and technology represented by a laptop, people power represented by a fist, security represented by a lock, and a face mask to represent the current COVID-19 pandemic.

Civil Society

Preserving and Protecting Civic Space amid COVID-19

A virtual conversation with Mott Civil Society program officers on the pandemic’s threats, challenges and opportunities for global civil society.