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A new French law is about to revamp the country’s civil code and its 200-year-old definition of the corporate purpose.
Consumers say they want to purchase ethically, but selective memory gets in the way of their decisions.
Four ways companies seeking to align their corporate strategies and business processes with the Sustainable Development Goals can foster social innovation from within.
Strategies for successfully filling the skills gap for companies, and helping millions of unemployed youth and others find jobs.
Reflections on a 50-year partnership between an international NGO and multi-national corporation, and why working together in true partnership is the only way to meet the Sustainable Development Goals.
Existing programs that promote and support women’s entrepreneurship help address the inequality that currently exists, but they don’t reach women early enough.
The former chief innovation officer at USAID outlines a way for social sector organizations and funders to build innovation into their DNA.
Alia, the new online benefits tool from National Domestic Workers Alliance, helps house cleaners accrue contributions from their clients to purchase insurance and receive paid time off.
Solubag’s founders want to emulate the feel of single-use plastic bags while leaving no trace.
Through cross-sector partnerships and identifying ways to meet the needs of the community, China-based Blued is a business success story that also proves to be an asset for LGBTQ rights, ensuring that members’ voices are both heard and visible.
Entrepreneurs have launched a bold new democratic practice to save the environment in China.
Three models for day of service programs, sometimes referred to as hackathons or flash consulting, can deliver community and business impact, while increasing employee engagement and requiring less initial commitment.