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SSIR Now! Mar 15, 2018
By Marshall Ganz, Tamara Kay & Jason Spicer

Solving systemic social problems takes people, politics, and power—not more social entrepreneurship. Read More

By Thomas Both

Both human-centered and systems-thinking methods fit within an effective design approach, and can work in conjunction to address social challenges. Read More

By Wendelin M. Slusser, Hannah Malan, Tyler Watson, & Michael S. Goldstein

A case study on igniting a social movement and engaging an entire community in creating a culture that supports health and wellbeing.
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By Natalie Nickens Gunn

Rethinking traditional impact investment products offers a path forward for nonprofit organizations seeking greater access to capital. Read More

By Méabh Mc Mahon

An ambitious community project is helping Amsterdam’s newest residents find both dignified work and a social network. Read More

By David Ehrlichman, David Sawyer, & Matthew Spence

Collaborations and networks rarely achieve their ambitious goals. Here’s what it takes to make them actually work. Read More

By Isabel Salovaara & Jeremy Wade

Realizing the transformative potential of women’s leadership in India’s social enterprise sector will require persistent efforts to refine and mainstream gender-lens investing. Read More

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Stanford Social Innovation Review will bring together senior 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

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