Why investing in social enterprise can not only help the next US President leave a social innovation legacy, but also make a transformative impact on the lives of the Americans who need it most.
These books offer perspectives on how we can enable a broader range of people to participate in our systems and institutions.
A growing economy appears to contribute little to most Kenyans’ quality of life. Why the government and outside investors need to rethink Kenya's education system and development model.
Using the off-grid solar revolution to unlock credit for low-income customers in Africa.
Three things legislators, universities, and social sector advocates can do to make sure we don’t lose out on the many contributions undocumented students can make to society.
This passage from Global Inequality argues that we should focus less on inequalities between specific identity groups and more on reducing overall wealth gaps.
Ten ways to better engage high-net-worth women donors, and work with them to effectively invest in women and girls, and other social causes.
There is no doubt that social change efforts are accelerated by data, but investing in high-quality, cutting-edge research alone isn’t enough to produce solutions. Funders and researchers have to invest more in translating research into action.