How people experience government programs directly affects their levels of civic engagement.
The Innocence Network, an international collaboration of pro bono legal and investigative organizations, grows rapidly and flexibly.
A new approach to measuring poverty is needed, one that accounts for multiple factors such as housing, and regional economic differences.
MOVING POLITICS: Emotions and ACT UP’s Fight Against AIDS by Deborah B. Gould
CREATIVE COMMUNITY ORGANIZING: A Guide for Rabble-Rousers, Activists, and Quiet Lovers of Justice by Si Kahn
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In Rwanda, Radio La Benevolencija uses soap operas to heal ethnic tensions. Listeners who tune into a weekly show about feuding ethnic groups are more likely than non-listeners to stand up to authority and to voice their own opinions.
Against all odds, the Afghan Institute of Learning educates women and girls in a war-torn society.
Recycla Chile, Latin America’s first e-waste recycling company, reclaims value from discarded electronics and marginalized people.
Over the past 17 years, the Forum for African Women Educationalists has delivered high-quality education to millions of girls across 35 African countries.
Half the Sky: Turning Oppression into Opportunity for Women Worldwide by Sheryl WuDunn and Nicholas Kristof