Krizna Gomez works as an independent consultant, using design thinking, foresight, systems thinking and other methods normally not employed in the social change field, to help partners tackle long-standing problems with a fresh perspective, and opening them up through working with experts from other disciplines such as neuroscience, tech, marketing, and design. She is a recipient of the Joseph Jaworski Next Generation Foresight Practitioners Award (Humanitarian Special Award) by the School of International Futures.Espanol | French | Arabic |
Of crystal balls, pandemics, and resilience: why foresight should be in the DNA of the social change field
"Is it not quite odd that for a field dedicated to 'social change,' we often do not engineer change but usually just adapt to it?"
Be the narrative: How embracing new narratives can revolutionize what it means to do human rights
An experimental, hands-on narrative change initiative shows how even small civil society organizations can wield pragmatic, activity-based narrative strategies ...
Digging deeper: the impact of coal on human rights
With governments making commitments at the Paris Conference of Parties (COP21), global leaders must understand the impact and future of coal as a matter of human ...