US Federal subsidies encourage waste and incentivize unsustainable business practices.
Two issues are dogging existing mobile money systems: excessive system downtime and lack of interconnection.
Reflections on Ashoka’s Change Nation event in Dublin.
Philanthropists need to organize their giving so that it ends within a reasonable time after their death.
Personal relationship building and donor development is critical to the longevity of organizations.
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Reflections on social media and the struggle for justice in 2012.
Too often we engage in linear, simplistic solutions, when lasting change requires collaborative efforts.
The general public and even the media, by and large, simply don’t have the experience, training, or tools to fully evaluate charities’ activities.
It’s time to look at investment and social-ecological resilience—not just as philanthropists and impact investors but as a species.
Leaders of higher education create learning communities where revolutions can begin every day.