A new report suggests that no matter how narrow a foundation’s (or by extension, a nonprofit’s) mission, it should creatively serve a broad base of beneficiaries and not exclude the poor or minorities.
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A report from the opening plenary at the Skoll World Forum, featuring Paul Farmer.
Calling on the resilience and creativity of the Haitian people will speed Haiti’s post-earthquake recovery.
Is the digital divide a thing of the past?
The Skoll World Forum on Social Entrepreneurship focuses on “catalyzing collaboration for social change.”
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Foundations should become more informed and active shareholders in the companies in which they invest their endowment funds.
A look at how nonprofits can improve organizational capacity in order to more effectively implement long-lasting social change.
Cloud-based tools encourage greater collaboration, allowing us to re-imagine problems and develop new solutions to tackle social problems.
Companies need to start engaging with employees by creating social networks in the workplace that facilitate greater communication.
The recent recession has led to a change in how consumers buy and sell, a new trend called unconsumption.