How the private sector, governments, and others can use impact investing to better support sustainable social change in humanitarian emergencies.
The demographic profile of Airbnb users doesn’t quite reflect the egalitarian goals of the “sharing economy.”
The Atlantic Philanthropies and its network of partners are using advocacy and communications to end capital punishment in the United States once and for all.
Latino philanthropists, entrepreneurs, and technology innovators are establishing important building blocks for the creation and strategic deployment of Latino wealth.
Existing forests and diverse ecosystems are arguably the world’s most valuable resources. How can we make preserving them worth our while?
Swanee Hunt, founder and chair of Hunt Alternatives Fund, discusses the beginnings of Women Moving Millions, a group of female philanthropists devoted to supporting women’s causes.
Amid pushbacks against LGBTQ rights elsewhere, a New York City executive order ensures equal access to bathrooms.
Academic-humanitarian collaborations that mobilize rigorous scientific research can improve the effectiveness of aid efforts.