There is no doubt that social change efforts are accelerated by data, but investing in high-quality, cutting-edge research alone isn’t enough to produce solutions. Funders and researchers have to invest more in translating research into action.
Women need to be equal partners in society for them to be equal partners in work.
We must align programs and policies to better support the financial strength and security of families of color today, while keeping sight of the long-term benefits for all of creating a truly inclusive economy.
Survival International helps tribal societies protect their land—and
their way of life—from encroachment and unwelcome development.
Six years ago, the City Colleges of Chicago launched its own turnaround effort—a bid for “reinvention”—and now it’s earning high marks for improved performance.
A study of producer organizations in Uganda highlights the role of reciprocity as a motivating force among members.
Cultural factors, including gender norms, can have a decisive impact on efforts to build social cohesion in developing countries.
For households facing financial volatility, the wrong kind of credit can drag them under. But it can also be a tool for building stability. How can we make loans for big-ticket items like vehicles both good for people and good for business?
The financial services industry is at the beginning of a wave of innovation that has the potential to improve consumer financial health.