Nonprofit staff isn’t very diverse. Nonprofit boards aren’t very diverse. Nonprofits need more diversity.
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The U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in Citizens United vs. The FEC is a harbinger of great change for the social sector.
Peer-to-peer communication leverages the personal networks of members to disseminate messages.
An interview with Aleem Walji, practice manager for innovation at the World Bank Institute.
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The meaning and function of college in our society has changed.
Global leaders should begin to consider a stronger relationship with local social enterprises.
The ability to act responsibly arises from understanding how beneficial effects are created.
There is a great need to connect small- and mid-sized nonprofits to the innovative work and ideas associated with new movements like "social entrepreneurship."