To plan an effective strategy for addressing the most significant impediments to human flourishing, priority must be assigned to them. Currently, organizations and institutions work to identify and understand the world’s most important problems, but this is unfortunately where the work typically stops. Governments, NGOs, businesses, and individuals are then left with the responsibility of determining which problems to address and how. This results in diminished outcomes, as a plethora of approaches and a broad dispersal of resources are deployed. Humanity 2.0 seeks to know through both quantitative and qualitative analysis what the most significant impediments to human flourishing are so that we can focus our efforts and bring to bear sufficient resources to effectively address them. Moreover, this insight will be shared with the global community so we may collectively take action.
Most global challenges that beset the world are simply too big for any one sector to solve; our focused, cross-sector, global strategy will allow us to change that.