May 28, 2020

Covid-19 cases have hit 5.4 million today, with 340,000 deaths. Yes, the number of those who have recovered is much higher at two million, but even one death is reason enough to mourn. People are not simply numbers, even in death. They were somebody’s family, loved one...

April 28, 2020

Over the past few weeks, it's been amazing to see both locals and immigrants coming together to support the many families affected by the response to Covid-19 here in Indonesia. I know it's the same in many places around the world -- and the displays of unity and solid...

April 17, 2020

Imagine a world where you, your neighbors, and the world’s bulging population -- all 7.8 billion of us -- never worry about our basic needs. No more poverty. No malnutrition. Fly-infested faces of 5 year old kids no longer appear on your TV between reruns. Widespread d...

March 30, 2020

As many of you, I've been thinking a lot these days about the state of the world -- my little, everyday world and the big world out there. This pandemic is awful and creates so much hardship for so many. Just going about our day is filled with new anxieties. And most o...

April 23, 2019

How would you define justice? Think about it for a second.

The word “justice” may conjure images of weighing scales and blindfolded women with swords, but most people tend to think of vague ideas of fairness, equality, and truth. The idea of justice is definitely not so...

February 17, 2018

In 2017, United Edge led twelve training sessions across Southeast Asia. Our aim was to bring together different national players in civil society to look at how we can develop and improve our work to lead to more tangible and permanent positive changes for society.

Dur...

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