It’s time to restructure the climate problem from averting a distant global catastrophe to minimizing collective suffering.
Traditional perceptions of the roles different sectors play in our society hinder our ability to create social change.
Giving Tuesday seems poised to be a permanent fixture in the philanthropic landscape. So what’s the theory of change behind it?
Highlights from the fifth-annual industry forecast, Blueprint 2014: Philanthropy and the Social Economy.
Why we can and must try to answer the question: What charities do the most good?
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Four ways funders can serve and empower grantees.
The superficially enticing “logic” of effective altruism ultimately leads to a moralistic, hyper-rationalistic, top-down approach to philanthropy that can kill the very altruistic spirit it claims to foster.
Effective leaders encourage dissent and activism, combining listening skills with the ability to define and live up to a convincing moral and political vision.
Stanford Social Innovation Review has a new look that is bolder, more energetic, and more contemporary, reflecting today's social change movement.
A new methodology is helping to reshape the future of the drug problem.