By demonstrating shared responsibility and accountability for outcomes that address injustice on a broad scale, justice institutions can help create an open economy for solutions to big, justice-related problems.
A look at how the Center for American Progress is using innovative communications strategies to reach the broadest possible audience.
Our government should be invested with a pride of ownership. But first, we’ve got to recognize, appreciate, and take responsibility for what it is that we own together.
How donor funding distorts civil society goals and priorities.
New research reveals a large gap between the world of organized philanthropy and today’s world of social action.
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A new report details how the federal government can facilitate partnerships between communities and anchor institutions to increase economic opportunity.
International civil society organizations need to change their business models.
Tensions at the heart of the scaling process demonstrate the critical part that practitioners’ goals, values, and motivations play in any scaling story.
Social change partners must understand the why before digging into the what.
Civic crowdfunding shouldn't support core public services; it should create immediate impact and inform future projects.