Stanford's Rob Reich moderates a panel with Ford Foundation president Darren Walker and Craig Newmark of Craigslist.
Three experts talk about their organizations' experiences tackling poverty, in a panel moderated by SSIR managing editor Eric Nee.
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.
After developing a new building technique, the nonprofit ARZU Studio Hope used the technique to build a preschool in Afghanistan as part of its mission to support education for women and children.
Connie Duckworth, founder and CEO of ARZU Studio Hope, discusses her goals for the organization and her intention to run ARZU as a “profitable nonprofit.”
To really make a difference in tackling inequality, we need coordination on a range of policy issues, from housing and transportation to jobs and education.
The spread of affordable housing impact statements offers US cities hope for more equitable development.
A social enterprise in Myanmar uses design thinking to create products that reflect an up-close view of what small-plot farmers need.
A new facility in Portland, Ore., aims to solve critical infrastructure problems that thwart the growth of midsize farms and ranches.