Yale economics professor Karlan talks with SSIR‘s Michael Slind about how to fight poverty and advance economic inclusion.
Stanford education professor Reardon talks with SSIR‘s Michael Slind about the role of socio-economic inequality in educational achievement gaps.
Ford Foundation president Darren Walker talks with SSIR senior editor Michael Slind about what organizations like his can do to address inequality.
Blackwell, president and CEO of PolicyLink, talks with SSIR senior editor Michael Slind about the role of public policy in addressing inequality and creating a more prosperous society.
This video resource is for nonprofit and social enterprise executives who are interested in learning how to best position their organizations as investment opportunities for corporate philanthropy.
What does it mean to be a system leader? What does it take to catalyze collective leadership? In this SSIR Academy! video resource, Peter Senge, author of The Fifth Discipline and Senior Lecturer, Sloan School of Management MIT, and Founding Chair, Society of Organizational Learning, will explore the qualities needed to catalyze collective leadership to address social and environmental problems.
In this video from The Communications Network’s ComNet17 conference in Miami, Grant Oliphant, president of the Heinz Endowments, challenges communicators at social sector organizations not to hide behind silence when the values they stand for are being politicized.
Is it possible to use data to make predictions without enforcing existing biases?
Rhonda Evans looks at lessons from Monitor Institute’s Re-imagining Measurement initiative.
Stanford’s Michael Bernstein discusses how computational systems can create collectives of experts to solve problems.
Foundation leaders consider the strengths, limitations, and potential of program related investments (PRIs), a form of impact investing intended to further a foundation’s programmatic and charitable goals.
After developing a new building technique, the nonprofit ARZU Studio Hope used the technique to build a preschool in Afghanistan as part of its mission to support education for women and children.
Grantmakers and nonprofit leaders at the Donors Forum—an annual convening in Illinois to advance social change institutions—discuss the real cost of running an effective nonprofit and why it is essential for grantmakers to support indirect costs.
Philanthropist Josh Bekenstein of Bain Capital explains how philanthropists unwilling to cover nonprofits’ indirect or overhead costs are missing the opportunity to completely support that organization’s mission.