Why we need to move beyond prevention-only approach, and invest in the rescue and restoration of current victims.
Funders are devising new approaches that account for the impact that
social issues have on people’s health.
A coalition of organizations in New York has made progress in improving the lives and health of nail salon workers.
A Stockton, Calif., organization is striving to transform its city through culturally
rooted, healing-centered practices and a pedagogy of love.
Philanthropy can pursue several effective approaches to improve LGBT health.
Survival International helps tribal societies protect their land—and
their way of life—from encroachment and unwelcome development.
Women are seen as less likely to engage in risky behavior and more likely to use money prudently. But this stereotype can lead to discrimination against women.
In a world increasingly focused on measurable impact, human rights inequities are difficult to frame and fight. Yet solving them is key to meeting other social challenges
The challenges of scaling up programs aimed at empowering adolescent girls in Bangladesh and Uganda.
In campaigns to promote human rights, messages that highlight the experience of specific victims tend to be most effective.