Meg VanDeusenJuly 25, 2019 This year, Feedback Labs made a bold decision. We spent the past 5 years building the…
Kuja Kuja is a start-up of Alight (formerly the American Refugee Committee) that began with a simple observation: the humanitarian sector was not thinking of refugees as their primary customers. They did not prioritize the voices of the people that they served – and that was not good enough.
In my last post, I talked about Labstorms, and how they have enabled hundreds of organizations across aid, philanthropy, government
Factory auditing and compliance have become increasingly common across the world, and yet a major portion of the handcraft industry remains untouched.
Issel MassesJune 27, 2019 How do you get feedback in an environment where most people are disillusioned with the system…
I remember the feeling I had after I attended my first Feedback Summit in 2015 – inspired and deeply grateful to be surrounded by people all worki…
Africa’s Voices helps government decision-makers, development agencies, service-providers and humanitarians design programmes that are grounded in people’s everyday realities. We do this by combining interactive media, mobile technology, and cutting-edge data and social science to listen intelligently to citizen feedback.
Feedback is the most terrifying, safe thing you can ask for. The process is often misunderstood as deeply personal, or threatens to bring back haunting memories of destructive criticism.
As I hand over the reins to Britt Lake, our new CEO, I would like to reflect a bit on the amazing journey the Feedback Community has been on together over the last few years.
Hey there! I’m Corey Newhouse, the Founder and Principal of