Systemic interventions

Undertaking systemic interventions means addressing the needs and interests of the different stakeholders that either globally or locally concern the initiative (assuring plural relevance). This enables social justice, and helps the simultaneous (and positive, rather than normative) procurement of these needs and interests. It also means addressing problems from the different angles that originate them, enabling rooted rather than superficial solutions that pave the way for a sustainable change to emerge. That is, the overall ecosystem in which the community or problem is embedded is addressed. This allows an alternative environment to emerge and reduces the scope for the problem to persist.

Systemic interventions thus have to do with adopting a trans-generational approach, with carrying out a transversal managing and allocation of the funds, with undertaking an equalitarian distribution of rights and responsibilities (assuring plural relevance), with understanding and approaching problems’ multifactorial nature, and with addressing all the facilitators of their solution, etc.

Related strategies at:

♣ Systemic interventions

See also:

Trans-generational approach

Assuring plural relevance