Reform and Progress

Thought Leaders Series: 2019

As a student of history, I have come to realise that achieving policy and institutional reforms, although extremely difficult, is still relatively easier than mobilising potential beneficiaries to see, engage and flourish from such changes.

If one can draw from ancient antiquity, It is one thing to bring the people out of captivity, a completely different and more complex task to get them to enter and flourish in the promised land.

Reachout | Revive | Recover

http://www.healingsprings.org.uk

Healingsprings fellowship: Human Capital Development

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