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SSIR Now! Feb 4, 2016
By George Cheung

Changing from winner-take-all single member districts, which limit voters' choices and races' competitiveness, to a multi-party system could significantly increase voter turnout. Part of the Increasing Voter Turnout series. Read More

Network leaders actively catalyze networks, leading to an exponential increase in growth and scale. This two-part SSIR Live! webinar series will present key principles and practical tools necessary to cultivate a network entrepreneur’s approach to leadership in your organization. Read More

By Sonal Shah & Marta Urquilla

To achieve broad social impact, we need systemic solutions. This requires government to lead with an outcomes-focused approach that embraces data and technology, aligns financial incentives, learns from policy failures and successes, and acts on new knowledge about what works. Read More

This SSIR series examines current programs and policies for helping families escape poverty, build stability, move up the ladder, and invest in the future. Read the two latest installments: 

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By Suzie Boss

RippleWorks helps entrepreneurs in the developing world tap the expertise of executives and engineers from Silicon Valley. Read More

By Jamal Boukouray

How to turn frugal thinking into a crowd-rewarding, sustainable business model and culture. Read More

By Mollie West

Guiding stories from three B corporations: Method Products, Etsy, and Warby Parker. Read More

By Caroline Fiennes

One funder’s unusual reporting and evaluation system is proving very helpful to grantees. Read More

On May 3-5, 2016, SSIR will host leaders from around the world at Stanford University to discuss the best ways to build a more inclusive society. Join us for thought-provoking sessions, networking, and activities around campus and Palo Alto. Read More

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