A new era of business collaboration is rising to address humanitarian crises, and the humanitarian sector can help bring these new models to scale.
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At SSIR‘s 2018 Nonprofit Management Institute, civil society leaders shared insight and inspiration for increasing diversity, equity, and inclusion during an era when divisiveness runs through much of the public discourse.
Exposing the problems of policy schools can ignite new ways to realize the mission of educating public servants in the 21st century.
An excerpt of Twenty Years of Life: Why the Poor Die Earlier and How the Challenge Inequity
Funders and others can better support the involvement of those who use social services in service design and implementation. And by doing so, they can generate more meaningful, systems-level impact.
The dogma in business school education is that faculty’s research should be relevant, yet serving our students also means questioning what relevance leaves out.
The journey toward greater diversity, equity, and inclusion has no fixed endpoint, but here are a few places to start.
In No Place Like Home: Lessons from Activism in LGBT Kansas, C. J. Janovy offers up progressive lessons in a red state.
The Urgent Action Fund for Women’s Human Rights has pioneered a rapid response grantmaking model connected to the global grassroots.
Progress in dealing with the problem of climate change will require that the institutions of government, business, and community work not in isolation from each other, let alone at cross-purposes, but by reinforcing each other’s efforts through consolidation.
Seattle-based microenterprise nonprofit Ventures shares advice to help other organizations design sustainable, effective grassroots advocacy programs.
The best way to increase clean energy production and phase out fossil fuels may be to shift the narrative from climate change to messages that reflect people’s deeply held values, particularly those related to better health.
How funders can support bold, emerging leaders and their cutting-edge ideas.
Leaders from three San Francisco Bay Area arts organizations discuss how they are shaping both their organizations and their performances to make them more diverse and welcoming to all.
How foundations, nonprofits, and others can effectively convey—and convince policymakers to support—their programs and proposals for social change.