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In Indonesia, the issue of customary land rights is in debate.
A cross sector-partnership between IBM and the Cross River government is saving lives of mothers and children across Nigeria.
There’s huge potential for organizations to use multiple mediums, content, and locations to advocate for the change they want.
A review of the Fordham Institute's paper "Quality Control in K-12 Digital Learning: Three (Imperfect) Approaches."
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Governor Walker's ideology requires that people who need assistance seek private charity and that private charity be deprived of the means of assisting them.
The IBT education program in India better prepares students for future opportunities than traditional teaching.
A look into the merger of Lodestar Foundation and Sea Change Capital Partners to examine what defines "sensible collaboration" between nonprofits.
What needs to be under public scrutiny is the entire range of unfettered discretion in spending that some nonprofit executives—and their boards—exercise.
As controversial as he is kind-hearted, serial entrepreneur Charles Maisel's viewpoint shakes up conventional charity thinking.