Every year tens of millions of Americans sacrifice their personal time and resources to participate in civil society in some way. Why do they do it? The answers are varied and intertwined, but it might boil down to this: Civic-mindedness starts early, runs deep, and aims higher.
Leadership is often defined by lists of character qualities, values, or skills. But what if the best leaders are simply those who can willingly give up things they value?
Organizations must prioritize collecting and analyzing the data needed to manage implementation and improve programs.
Increasing numbers of Americans want charitable organizations to step into the public policy arena and lead the causes they care about.
Civil, a journalism platform built on blockchain technology and funded by cryptocurrency, aims to protect reporters while restoring public trust in the fourth estate.
Will the Open Philanthropy Project’s experiment in effective altruism validate the cause or demonstrate its hubris?
To curb rising inequality, global leaders must work together to stop the flow of illicit wealth and mitigate tax avoidance.
Nonprofits benefit when they carefully plan an extended role for founders who step down.
How embracing uncertainty can help cultivate Canada’s social R&D ecosystem.
A new approach to addressing skills uncertainty and inequality across the globe.