To really make a difference in tackling inequality, we need coordination on a range of policy issues, from housing and transportation to jobs and education.
The spread of affordable housing impact statements offers US cities hope for more equitable development.
Amid pushbacks against LGBTQ rights elsewhere, a New York City executive order ensures equal access to bathrooms.
Five years after the launch of Big Society Capital, its first CEO takes stock of what the organization has (and hasn’t) achieved.
The response by US foundations to federal welfare reform in the 1990s illuminates their role in policy development.
Lessons from the voter turnout series, a collaboration between the Hewlett Foundation and SSIR.
Funders serving as central node for a cross-sector, collaborative network have unique advantages for success in an advocacy environment.
A recent get-out-the-vote experiment shows that turnout in primaries can be cost-effectively enlarged and broadened by targeting voters who only vote in general elections and who are often ignored by campaigns.
How the Palm Center used long-term, strategic communications to break down a widely held belief and overturn a discriminatory Pentagon policy.