Where GlobalWhen 12/18/2013 at 05:00PM
The typical cycle of aid and philanthropy is incomplete. There are many dead ends and one-way streets.
Why haven’t feedback loops given people a greater voice within governance, international development, and philanthropy? People best understand the issues that affect them and what support they need, but many institutions do not respond to citizen feedback as a core part of their work.
We need to learn more about how feedback loops can be used to achieve better results–from government services, international aid programs, philanthropy, and grassroots projects.
Using feedback loops to empower people, drive better decisions, and put resources where they'll make a difference?
Check out this opportunity from Feedback Labs:
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