Mike Powell

Mike Powell

Mike Powell IKM Emergent When the World Bank launched its World Development Report, Knowledge for Development, in 1998, its premise was that the knowledge needed to achieve development existed and that the challenge was to disseminate and apply it.  Whilst there is...
Hope Sadza

Hope Sadza

Hope Sadza Vice Chancellor and Professor, Women’s University in Africa, Zimbabwe The Women’s University in Africa (WUA), of which I am the Vice Chancellor, is a private institution with campuses in Bulawayo, Harare, Marondera and Mutare. It was co-founded in 2002 by...
Charlotte Scarf and Ros Madden

Charlotte Scarf and Ros Madden

Charlotte Scarf and Ros Madden Research Fellows, Centre for Disability Research and Policy, University of Sydney, Australia Data development as part of knowledge development for achieving the SDGs More than one billion people or 15 percent of the world population live...
Johannes Schunter

Johannes Schunter

Johannes Schunter Innovation & Knowledge Specialist at United Nations Development Programme It is easy to hail knowledge as ultimate driver for change and key resource to achieve the SDGs. The sobering reality, however, is that more knowledge doesn’t per se make...