"For many researchers, the traditional, monodisciplinary approach to science has outlived its usefulness — particularly with respect to research in the developing world....In practice, this means researchers problem-solve around an issue rather than through a rigid code of practice associated with a specific scientific discipline. It also means they may work in multidisciplinary teams." [link]
Ashoka Youth Venture enables young people to learn early on in life that they can lead social change.
CUPID is a student-led effort across graduate schools at Columbia University to facilitate multidisciplinary dialogue, awareness, and action on international development.
Consilience is a global online publication dedicated to promoting interdisciplinary dialogue on sustainable development. By providing a public platform for discussion, we hope to encourage a global community to think more broadly, thoroughly and analytically about sustainable development.
Engineers Without Borders, New York
freeDimensional organizes community arts space and local resources for the support and protection of individuals who create dialogue on global issues and inequalities through their art and media.
Reto Juvenil Internacional (RJI) is a Costa Rican based organization working in collaboration with Australia, Canada and Guyana to carry out volunteer programs where community development is complemented by personal growth, group work and community service.