Taylor Ourada | December 19, 2019 Bill Easterly kicked off Feedback+New York with a discussion around using consent as a measure for success beyond traditional monitoring. This intuitively makes a lot of sense – a person’s decision to continue attending a program or using a product is the ultimate indicator that it’s working for…
The first 2019 Democratic presidential debate agreed more than any group of candidates that came before: our time to address climate change is running out. Air time on such a platform itself is a resounding success for environmental advocates and scientists alike, but if it doesn’t ultimately engage all stakeholders in the decision-making process then these national conversations won’t have the positive impact we intend. You know what we call soliciting opinions from those most affected by an issue? Feedback.
In my last post, I talked about Labstorms, and how they have enabled hundreds of organizations across aid, philanthropy, government
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.
We are pleased to announce that the Feedback Labs Board of Directors (including Benilda Samuels of Nurse-Family Partnership, Bryan Simmons of ARCUS Foundation, Jean-Louis Sarbib former CEO of Development Gateway, and Nathaniel Heller of R4D) has enthusiastically elected Britt Lake as the next CEO.
What’s In It for Me?’ – Strengthening Accountability of Companies and Local Government through Citizen Feedback in Mining Areas
Liberia is home to some of Africa’s largest mineral resource deposits such as iron ore, gold and diamonds. Yet decades of poor resource governance have ensured these resour
In 2018, our 500+ member network…
As an international development community, we spend upwards of USD $2.5 billion each year on international development program monitorin…
Feedback Labs came into my life a few years ago when I left the World Bank to help build a new organization that could transform the largest market in the world: government contracting.
For two days in early October, I was in a room with over a hundred other people above a converted Greyhound bus depot in Washington D.C..