Philanthropy in America: A History by Olivier Zunz
New York’s Center for Economic Opportunity tests new antipoverty programs from the mayor’s office.
How local governments and nonprofits can work together for large-scale community change.
Thanks to Todd Park, a federal agency has discovered that health care organizations can think more like nimble startups than like lumbering giants.
The Fair Society: The Science of Human Nature and the Pursuit of Social Justice by Peter Corning
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According to a new analysis, most of the world’s poor no longer live in the poorest countries.
Under the EPA’s Audit Policy, violators who voluntarily report themselves can get certain penalties reduced or waived if they commit to ongoing self-regulation.
A look at what’s needed next to create the right policy environment for innovation and results.
There are unconventional methods one can use to evaluate advocacy organizations and make strategic investments in that arena.
A European perspective on American civil society. A quick glance at the latest
thinking about not-for-profit management and philanthropy
reveals some profound differences between the ways American and
European practitioners look at today’s major societal challenges.