Innovations in the way that organizations use civil disobedience, protests, and other forms of activism to advance social progress
By Jenifer Morgan
The favorites of the year.
By Fred Nelson
The new emphasis on land rights in the global development agenda is a positive step, but could be meaningless without significant shifts in support.
By Hollie Russon Gilman
Inclusive governance will require that civil society, government, and industry work together to empower citizens.
By Christopher Marquis, Yanhua Zhou, & Zoe Yang
A new type of charity has emerged in China that is able to sidestep some of the controls that the government places on NGOs.
By Corey Binns
In both online and offline venues, activists at Color of Change are pursuing the fight for racial justice at Internet speed.
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By Salisha Chandra & Jessie Davie
Done right, small organizations can hit above their weight and use communications as a foundation for growth, sustainability, and scaling.
By SSIR Editors
Supplements to the article “Casting a Tight Net.”
By Sarah Murray
Humanity United is pursuing a strategy that combines carrots and sticks—collaboration and activism—to confront human rights abuse in the seafood industry. Includes magazine extras.
By Kendra Dupuy, James Ron, & Aseem Prakash
To counter restrictions on NGO activity, local groups need to reduce their dependence on international financial support.
By Hildy Gottlieb
Creating a healthy, humane world will require more than new organizational designs. It will take rethinking the nature of organizations entirely.
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