We’re in big trouble if complicated, expensive schemes like these are what it takes to get big funders to fund for impact.
How foundations, nonprofits, and others can effectively convey—and convince policymakers to support—their programs and proposals for social change.
In this SSIR Live! program, leaders from three different organizations will describe the tangible lessons learned, challenges faced, and paths forward in their attempts to break down structural and systemic inequities while changing systems.Access this webinar
By focusing on four critical aspects of land rights, businesses can not only manage risks, but also do a great deal of global good while strengthening their bottom lines.
Global aid agencies must shift from just agreeing to “go local” to preparing development experts for the task.
There is more to the story of the Johnson Amendment than is generally being presented to the nonprofit community.
Civil society can act directly to solve critical problems, but its indirect effect might be just as important: allowing individuals to participate, collaborate, and—in the process—develop into citizens capable of upholding democracy.