Chris McMullan

Chris McMullan

Chris McMullan Masters’ student, Anthropology of Development and Social Transformation, University of Sussex, UK As a student of anthropology and development, I am constantly examining what knowledge means both as a process, and as a resource. By studying and...
Annabella Busawule Johnson

Annabella Busawule Johnson

Annabella Busawule Johnson Consulting and managing partner, Austria To serve effectively across an international community of knowledge for development partners, we must have first and foremost people, knowledge and technology while, of course, not taking for granted...
Courtney S. Roberts

Courtney S. Roberts

Courtney S. Roberts Principal and Founder, Moonshot Global, USA While knowledge has always been at the core of global development work, there has been a shift over time from the belief that expert knowledge transferred and disseminated can yield change and spur...
Ariel Halpern

Ariel Halpern

Ariel Halpern Vice-President, PROCASUR Corporation In the near future, our societies will value local communities as knowledge holders. We will learn that problems are global but effective solutions start from the bottom. Because people’s knowledge reflects on the...
Leah de Haan

Leah de Haan

Leah de Haan  Editorial Assistant, The Royal Institute of International Affairs, Chatham House, UK Local knowledge, and especially the complex and multiple ways it interacts with all our other knowledges, is key to how we comprehend the world. The tumultuous political...