An Oxford project provides a place where migrants forced to flee their homes can publish their work.
Can drones help solve the complex problem of recognizing property claims in the Philippines?
National Prison Radio, run by inmates, reaches more than 60,000 prisoners in England and Wales—and aspires to better the lives of every single one.
Why investors need to integrate rights and accountability into development finance, and how they can begin.
A clear definition of equity would seem paramount to galvanizing philanthropy into action around this increasingly used term—but the field is only beginning to explore what it really means.
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.
Why philanthropy needs to support more community-driven solutions, not just Ivy League ones.
How the private sector, governments, and others can use impact investing to better support sustainable social change in humanitarian emergencies.
The demographic profile of Airbnb users doesn’t quite reflect the egalitarian goals of the “sharing economy.”
The Atlantic Philanthropies and its network of partners are using advocacy and communications to end capital punishment in the United States once and for all.