By shifting the responsibility of the citizen from deciding to designing, we can redirect resources away from conflict and toward creating better ideas.
Religious organizations are powerful catalysts for social change.
Together, the public and private sector can develop affordable and truly accessible banking solutions that benefit the world’s poor.
A case study of Boston-area organization Bottom Line.
The penetration of smartphones in the US has caused jockeying for position in the new mobile payments space—can this happen in developing countries too?
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Social media investments will not drive a new economy powerful and pervasive enough to employ millions of people.
Redesigning your nonprofit organization to become more participatory, open, authentic, decentralized, collective, and effective—via social media, networks, and beyond.
Fostering entrepreneurship education and social innovation skills in schools improves youth employment prospects.
The environment is the fifth pillar of international food security.
Exploring the role of regional models—takeaways from the University of Vermont’s first-ever food systems summit.