An online registry for disaster relief has proved a successful model for avoiding unproductive donations—when will we adopt it?
Great social issue video games are out there; now it’s time to invest in them.
Defaults in social finance and impact investing do happen: our experience and what the sector can learn from it.
Teachers can lead improvement in education; we need to help them develop the mindset, skills, and networks they need to create change.
A discussion with the cultural entrepreneur, human rights advocate, and founder of Tostan.
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Let’s start telling social entrepreneurial aspirants the truth and get those who support the field financially to acknowledge that staying power and relationship-building are ineluctable partners to innovation. Part two of a series.
Social entrepreneurs have to get out there and do the work, with enough staying power to make a real impact. Part one of a two-part series.
Building an impact economy at scale can help ensure that success and opportunity become the norm for children not the exception.
Those who want a prosperous future for the continent need to engage—and listen to—its young leaders.
If we want to develop a new industry, alignment of interests is critical for long-term success.