WHAT WE DO
Corelab is a social change workshop that drives and strengthens worthwhile initiatives.
Working with leading technologists, communicators, innovators and organizations, Corelab creates original projects or bolsters existing ones to help those who want to do good do it better.
Creative communication, strategy, and research.
The Corelab Creative team worked with Artist and Activist Gan Golan and top game designers to create and launch "Tax Evaders" - a throwback video game that shines a light on the all too familiar tactic of tax evasion by giant corporations. The game launched with a giant projection on Citibank in New York.
Blog Action Day unites the world’s bloggers by posting about the same issue, on the same day, in order to raise awareness and trigger a positive global discussion around an important issue that impacts us all, raises awareness or even funds for not-for-profits associated to the theme issue.
GOOD TOGETHER WITH
A sample of the great organizations we've collaborated with
Director of Strategy
Ed Coper is recognized as one of the world's leading digital campaigners and communicators, having pioneered techniques that harness the power of new media to mobilize and empower grassroots movements for change. From building Australia's largest political movement, GetUp, to powering Change.org's global expansion into over 18 countries, Ed's groundbreaking work has has been the subject of two museum exhibitions. In his native Australia, where he remains a regular media commentator, Ed’s impact has seen him feature in The Power Index.
Head of Research
May is a researcher, advocate, and strategist committed to revealing and addressing structural injustice. Previously, she coordinated the Oxfam International Youth Partnerships, established and led Oxfam Australia's Research team and co-convened the Equal at Love campaign for relationship equality in her native Australia. She has led mixed methods research across Asia and the Pacific Islands working with a range of universities and civil society organizations. She is a Research Associate of the Institute for International Law and Justice at NYU and serves on the Advisory Board of the Center for Theory of Change.
For over a decade Jason has used creative communications to promote causes and campaigns in places as varied as Rwanda, Northern Ireland, Bosnia and the U.S. Jason excels at creating partnerships that earn new audiences, and keep them. He has produced large-scale media campaigns for 1GOAL: Education for All and the “In My Name” partnership with Comic Relief, ONE Campaign Youtube and MTV.
Shakira’s expertise is the management and coordination of collaborative projects, including policy, campaign and logistical work. She has worked with several non-profit organizations in New York, including Control Arms and IANSA. Shakira has 9 years of experience as a community liaison and marketing specialist in both the private and public sectors.