Nonprofits and socially responsible businesses can claim one distinct advantage to other sectors: the trust of the general public.
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Global health is one of the last frontiers for technical innovation. Companies can have an incredible impact by lending technical know-how to solve intricate global health challenges.
We need to put secondary education on the global policy agenda. We also must create pathways to quality and relevant secondary education in Sub-Saharan Africa.
It would be a great thing for an era of Abstract Philanthropy to open our eyes to understanding the very essence of the philanthropic act.
If institutions of higher learning want to maintain their tax-favored status, they should abolish legacy preferences.
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There are new leaders coming into the nonprofit sector with ideas that have the potential to change the way social change happens. It’s time to ask some new questions.
Minnesota is a beacon of nonprofit excellence.
A community development corporation starts an urban farm on land that was once home to housing projects.
If I have an idea to change the world, I should be just as welcome and have equal access to the spaces where I can share the idea and find others to help me make it come to life.
Earlier this month I had the privilege of learning from four really smart and experienced people who participated in a panel discussion that TCC Group, a global management consulting firm.