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An external agency should review the circumstances surrounding the Unitus decision to terminate its 10-year commitment to microfinance.
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Self-governing societies can’t operate on noblesse oblige, and societies that do aren’t truly self-governing.
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For nonprofits working on social change, data and data visualization are extremely valuable.
We need new ideas and models in digital work that can be scaled to meet global outsourcing demands.
Let’s put down our gloves, refocus our attention, and realize that we all have a chance to positively change the current relationship between government and the nonprofit sector.
Donors are getting exactly what they want from their charitable giving—the market is efficient, even highly so.