While much of Reboot’s work takes place overseas, we see too many instances of injustice and abuse here in our hometown, and we focus our pro-bono work here in New York City. Right now, we are deep in a project with a new organization, the Brooklyn Community Bail Fund, aimed at designing an immediate solution for one of the most systematic economic inequalities in our courts.
The international development sector has a history of expensive failures. Against the backdrop of these, a number of projects are successfully creating real change. Even within the same systemic constraints, these projects have found ways of doing development differently and creating impact.
Human imagery is a key component of Reboot’s visual identity. Images of people are especially powerful in revealing the details of the kind of work we do, the people and places we learn from, and the principles we stand for. But using someone’s likeness publicly—anywhere—means we need to do so in a respectful and responsible manner.