In a statement a spokesperson of the FFI said, “We address complex, messy, seemingly intractable issues – local, global and all levels in between. We respond to the conceptual emergency, wherever it shows up. We work with governments, communities, businesses, foundations and others. We support people experiencing a combination of aspiration for something better and frustration that little they do seems to get them nearer their goal. We develop their capacity for inspiring and transformative innovation rather than simply propping up the old system, supporting them with the resources in our FFI Practice Centre.”
“Based on 15-years' experience we have learned how to help any group get back in touch with their highest aspirations and figure out how to realise them, not in the distant future but starting today.
The FFI is involved with research and consultancy activities that are funded by business, philanthropy, the public sector and Governments. It is a think tank with links to a variety of other groups and organisations, largely through common memberships. It maintains an international network of thinkers, businesspeople and policy makers,” he said.
“The FFI has worked with a several organisations. Much of the material that is produced by the FFI is made available under a creative commons licence. The work has included areas such as Peace, Health, Education, Sports, Skill Development, Women Empowerment, Culture, Road Safety, Renewable Energy, Natural Resources, Agriculture, Entrepreneurship, Social Justice, Governance,