Civil society organizations are dramatically changing how countries bring an end to violent political conflict.
In troubled spots around the world, Right to Play shows how fun and games can be a serious tool for development.
Older people and foster families are forming mutually supportive communities, with help from a group called Generations of Hope.
In a market context, people are apt to betray their own beliefs about right and wrong.
To address social conflicts, we must learn to balance "independent" and "interdependent" selves, two cultural psychologists argue.
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Internet technology can help us to connect, globally and otherwise, but only if we structure it well.
The saga of Molly Melching and Tostan, her Africa-based organization, illustrates the power of community-led change.
Civic Work, Civic Lessons discusses the importance of engaging in public service, especially for younger people.
Social innovations must take into account the complexity of social problems and foster solutions resilient enough to adapt and survive.
Ai-jen Poo, cofounder and director of the National Domestic Workers Alliance and 2014 McArthur genius grant recipient, is building a movement to improve the lives of 2.5 million US home care workers.