Turning audacity into action: Joining forces to address social drivers
When we talk about the social drivers and the structural dimensions of poverty, I always think about how it comes down to power— the power of relationships in society and the politics behind them. If we want to achieve the kind of transformation that will build more equitable societies, we must address the larger governance issues and the role of social empowerment. How do we harness the power of community movements to create demand for services, for access and for equity? We must not lose this perspective.
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