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Category: Stories of Systemic Change

Stories of Systemic Change
How values-based banks promote a fairer economy
Societies fairer and our economies stronger”. “COVID-19 has deepened existing inequalities”, adds the United Nations, which considers reducing inequality one of the most pressing world issues. Inequality even has its own Sustainable Development Goal (SDG number 10), the UN’s universal call to action to end poverty, protect the planet, and ensure that all people enjoy peace and prosperity by 2030. 
Stories of Systemic Change
How money can promote a more diverse and inclusive society
Money means power. And, if history shows us anything, it is the incredible number of individuals and communities who have been excluded from both. Values-based banks show how money can be the catalyst for a more diverse and inclusive society. And how every person and institution can make a difference.
Stories of Systemic Change
You can’t fix climate without fixing finance
How can we limit the devastating impact of an ever-growing number of climate-related catastrophes; from tropical storm Grace in Haiti to the deadly floods in Central Europe? A powerful remedy is money, used differently. In fact, “Mobilise finance” is one of the four objectives of UN Climate Change Conference in Glasgow (COP26), which aims to raise more than 100 billion dollars in “climate finance” per year to decelerate global warming.