A community-based program in rural Kentucky uses face-to-face social networks to promote wellness.
The knowledge, skill, and compassion of the health care community can help stop modern slavery.
Field scans are crucial for providing data about what has been funded and where funding gaps lie.
Getting promising drug discoveries out of university labs and into the drug pipeline is more difficult than it should be.
In the world that's now emerging, pre-modern practices that emphasize personal relationships are returning to prominence.
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The disruptive force of the "new philanthropy" holds the promise of helping to reduce inequality. But will it actually do so?
Environmental conservation and business investment are not mutually exclusive, argues the CEO of the Nature Conservancy.
Protest movements don't emerge merely because people have something to protest. Many other factors come into play.
Racial integration in US schools has declined in the wake of recent court decisions to release districts from earlier desegregation orders.
Nonprofits have taken on the management of a number of heretofore government services, including parks, schools, and health care. Mass transit should be next.