The issues of poverty, inequality, racial justice, and climate change have never been more pressing or paralyzing. Current approaches to social change, which rely on industrial models of production and power, are not helping. In fact, they are designed to entrench the status quo. The Systems Work of Social Change draws on two hundred years of history and a treasure trove of stories of committed social change-makers to uncover principles and practices for social change that radically depart from industrial approaches. In this session, Cynthia Rayner and Dr François Bonnici will dive into the principles and practices of 'systems work', approaches which harness connection, context, and power, while ensuring broader agency for people and communities to create social systems that are responsive and representative in a rapidly changing world.