The Urgent Action Fund for Women’s Human Rights has pioneered a rapid response grantmaking model connected to the global grassroots.
Effective communication is not simply about getting your message out. It requires you to strategically tap into what shapes people’s feelings and values. Here we share five principles pulled from social science that will help you connect your work to what people care most about.
Progress in dealing with the problem of climate change will require that the institutions of government, business, and community work not in isolation from each other, let alone at cross-purposes, but by reinforcing each other’s efforts through consolidation.
Humanitarian nonprofits unconsciously reinforce the very conditions of women’s oppression they seek to eradicate in their programming.
Proponents of charter school expansion in Massachusetts thought that a ballot initiative was the obvious bet. They were wrong.
While old foundations typically support traditional public-school institutions, new foundations are seeking to reshape or bypass them.
Foundations are shifting their higher-education funding to outside organizations that promote initiatives they favor.
Advocates can make progress on polarized issues by finding new ways into engaging people in different perspectives, rather than trying to knock down the front door with a barrage of facts.
A new model for advocacy groups and organizations can help them identify and effectively communicate with persuadable audiences.