This year marks the last Clinton Global Initiative Annual Meeting. How might future global development convenings build on the meeting’s success to create even greater impact?
George Soros’s $500 million investment announcement following the first-ever UN summit on migrants and refugees sets an example for how all investors could engage in “migrant lens investing."
Ford Foundation president Darren Walker talks with SSIR senior editor Michael Slind about what organizations like his can do to address inequality.
Many microfinance impact investors are not monitoring the social components of the financial service providers (FSPs) they finance—but doing so can make a substantial difference to business success.
How can we ensure all children across the globe learn the skills they need to be successful in an increasingly interconnected, technologically advanced world?
Blackwell, president and CEO of PolicyLink, talks with SSIR senior editor Michael Slind about the role of public policy in addressing inequality and creating a more prosperous society.
Stanford economics professor Chetty talks with SSIR's Michael Slind about using data to understand the causes of inequality and identify potential solutions.
This series, produced in partnership with the Center for Universal Education at Brookings, aims to spark a global dialogue and promote increased understanding of how to develop the skills and learning that all children need for success in a rapidly changing world.
Addressing non-urgent, lasting conditions such as poor eyesight can help unlock the full potential of the developing world.
How the private sector, governments, and others can use impact investing to better support sustainable social change in humanitarian emergencies.