The Dignity Collective
We are the Dignity Collective.
We share a commitment to international cooperation that centres dignity and respect.
We serve as a hub for members and allies interested in international cooperation to access practical frameworks, new research, collaborations and opportunities on dignity, and to advocate for dignity as a central value for international cooperation.
Our founding members are: 'Dapo Oyewole, Dr Neela Saldanha, Tom Wein, Dr Fred Wherry, Diane Skelton, Caroline Teti, Jonathan Glennie, Moky Makura, and Dr Alicia Ely Yamin.
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Is a Nigerian thinker, consultant and author of the book ‘Development as Dignity’. He is presently Special Adviser on Development Planning & International Affairs to the Speaker of the House of Representatives in Nigeria.
Is an Indian behavioral scientist who founded the Center for Social and Behavioral Change at Ashoka University, and who has led work with Surgo, Busara, Pepsi and more.
Dr Neela Saldanha
Is the founder of the Dignity Project.
Is a Townsend Martin, Class of 1917 Professor of Sociology at Princeton University and Director of the Dignity and Debt Network.
Dr Fred Wherry
Has spent more than 35 years furthering the work of ATD Fourth World – – All Together in Dignity to overcome poverty.
Is Director of Recipients Advocacy with GiveDirectly.
Is a writer, researcher, consultant and practitioner on international poverty and human rights, and the author of ‘The Future of Aid: Global Public Investment’.
Is a campaigner on narratives and framing of Africa, and is Executive Director of Africa No Filter.
Leads the Global Health and Rights Project at Harvard Law School. She is the author of several books, including ‘Power, Suffering and the Struggle for Dignity: Human Rights Frameworks for Health and Why They Matter’.