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SSIR Now! Mar 22, 2018
By Steve Waddell

To create systems of societal change, we need to become clearer about the archetypes of societal change strategies, their strengths and weaknesses, and their interactions. Read More

By Yogesh Rajkotia

Global health has brushed aside human dignity—it’s time to place patients at the core. Read More

By Sylvia Rousseau & Scott Warren

Fostering a robust democracy in America requires that we create a truly democratic school culture. Read More

By Jamie Stark

Humanitas AI has created a smartphone app to enable young people to coordinate social projects. Read More

By Nishant Bagadia

Understanding the strategies needed to catalyze cultural change, as well as the advantages and limits of benefit corporations, are critical in guiding enterprises to inspire social good.
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By Shazia M. Amjad & Muhammad Ali

Why civil society organizations get bypassed in favor of donations to individuals.
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Featuring Featuring Kathleen Kelly Janus

In this podcast from our 2018 Data on Purpose conference, Kathleen Kelly Janus, a social entrepreneur, Stanford lecturer, and author of Social Startup Success: How the Best Nonprofits Launch, Scale Up, and Make a Difference, shares insights on the strategies organizations need to succeed. Read More

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Stanford Social Innovation Review will bring together social sector leaders from nonprofit organizations and foundations, social entrepreneurs and philanthropists, leading academics and researchers, executives of for-profit CSR-centric businesses, and government policymakers from around the world for two days, to discuss, debate and develop solutions that address the most pressing global challenges. Discover more about Frontiers, and take a look at some of the speakers and sessions we have planned. Read More

By Jonathan Levy

When the rights and benefits of formal organization became available to all, it unleashed a new social order and greater economic dynamism. Read More

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