To create a healthy society the plural sector needs to take its rightful place alongside the private and public sectors.
For decades, time banking has been a relatively small-scale movement. But signs are emerging that it may be an idea whose time has come.
Listening closely to users has enabled developers to create digital tools that support responses to the recent Ebola outbreak.
A group in Lebanon deploys a wide range of methods—from mobile apps to street theater—to thwart bribe-taking by officials.
A combination of fresh funding and e-book technology will enable publishers to give new life to out-of-print scholarly works.
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Sama Group, a social enterprise that connects disadvantaged people with digital work, is expanding its reach to the United States.
Technical ingenuity and private funding enable Akshaya Patra to serve hot, healthy lunches to 1.4 million Indian children every day.
A social enterprise called In Every Story brings better pay—and a spirit of empathy—to a highly marginalized workforce.
A school-based collective impact project in West Dallas, Texas, is yielding lessons on how to compile and use big data.
Spontaneous protest activity—a vital part of many social movements—can arise from a variety of conditions