Philanthropy frequently justifies its independence by invoking capacities it seldom displays.
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The rapid spread of social media has catapulted the possibilities and scale of relationship-building into the stratosphere.
Imagine if everyone who had a cell phone could also have access to financial services, and could save and send money safely, regardless of location.
The agenda for the off-the-radar Social Innovation Summit read like an all-star team of social innovators.
We must use our scarce resources to serve disenfranchised people’s needs and demand that evidence of results play a greater role in funding decisions.
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An important question that social entrepreneurs should also be thinking about when dealing with impact investing.
What social entrepreneurs need to be thinking about when approaching impact investors and making the pitch for investment capital.
Will this Digital Literacy Corps be a 21st Century Peace Corps?
Social innovation needs people who know how to create lives filled with both success and purpose. It needs designers.
Innovation doesn’t happen only in gleaming purpose-built labs with groups of geniuses hi-fiving each other as they surf the waves of change.