In an ever-evolving world marked by complex challenges, the need for system transformation has become increasingly apparent. From addressing climate change and the energy crisis to dismantling colonial and systemic barriers for Indigenous rights and advancing racial equity, the imperative to rethink and rebuild our systems has never been more critical. However, as we embark on the journey of systems change, it becomes abundantly clear that this monumental task cannot be accomplished in isolation. Collaboration is imperative in order to bridge the gaps, unite stakeholders, and catalyse collective action.
This article explores the urgent need for systems change and collaboration in the decisive decade, shares our theory of change, and how to bridge the collaboration gap for system transformation.