Dr. Gladys’s work has forged new ways of collaborating between the sustainable development community, the Ministry of Health, and people living adjacent to Bwindi Impenetrable National Park.
Muller is a self-described “justice junkie.” He spent his early career in international law working in hot zones, then moved on to work with the Yugoslav Tribunal and the ICC in the Hague. Those experiences left him convinced that justice systems could offer much more value for everyday people seeking fair outcomes in legal matters.
Like millions of her fellow Venezuelans, Lala Lovera knows what it is like to build a new life in another country. When she discovered that too many refugees in her new home of Colombia lacked access to adequate food, shelter and education, she launched Fundación Comparte Por Una Vida Colombia (CPUV Colombia).
Like many millions around the world, Greece’s Elias Mastoras loves football. Unlike anyone else, he found a way to share his passion with blind children not only allowing them to play and enjoy the “beautiful game,” but also to participate more fully in social life.
Yevgenia Albats is a Russian investigative journalist, radio host, political scientist, and author. More importantly, she’s a long-time, outspoken critic of the Russian government and its domination by the security services.
Vulnerable people need hope—but they also need food and income. Chido Govera, a Zimbabwean social entrepreneur, farmer, and educator, uses mushrooms to provide all of that and more.