Catalyst 2030 announces Systems Change Awards 2022 finalists
Finalists include philanthropic, multilateral and non-profit organisations, funders, government and business leaders who embrace collaboration and co-creation as they shift power dynamics to pursue the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
AMSTERDAM - May 11, 2022 - PRLog -- Catalyst 2030, the global movement of people and organisations, who have committed to applying bold new strategies in pursuit of the SDGs have unveiled the finalists of the annual System Change Awards 2022. The vision of the movement's global Systems Change Awards 2022, now in its second year, is to celebrate individuals and organisations that drive co-creative collaborations that confront some of the world's most pressing problems. This includes exploring solutions to challenges such as poverty, food insecurity and inequal access to education, skills training and healthcare to accelerate attainment of the SDGs to make the world a better place. The Systems Change 2022 Awards received 200 nominations from which the movement's General Assembly, seven jurors and a 12-member awards committee had selected more than 60 finalists. The awards committee is co-chaired by Social Imperative, Founder and Board Member, Matthew Bishop and Breakthrough, CEO Sohini Bhattacharya. "As a movement of dedicated social entrepreneurs and innovators, we are resolute in our pursuit to achieve the SDGs and support individuals, organisations and governments, who share and work towards our common goals. We also want to celebrate their successes. Our annual awards ceremony is just one way we highlight the achievements of our members and allies. They demonstrate how our movement is impacting the world to make it far more just place for everyone," spokesperson for Catalyst 2030 Jeroo Billimoria said. The 2022 finalists cut across sectors and included leaders who continuously distinguished themselves within philanthropic, government, business, bilateral and multilateral endeavors. At the same time, they advocate for the development and implementation of strategies geared towards the achievement of ambitious SDGs by 2030. Finalists include the following individuals and organisations in alphabetical order by awards category: