Many cities claim they plan to renew themselves through the arts, but solving urban problems requires more than a few artists-in-residence.
If teachers aren’t focused on guiding students to learn and gain knowledge, the fight against educational inequity won’t progress.
Spreading religious pluralism in a time of violent prejudice.
An update on social innovation news and events from England's capital.
We must be willing to continually examine and test our core convictions and assumptions, and confirm that they are worth holding.
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Public debate about two prominent poverty-alleviation programs shows that over the past 15 years international development has become much more scientific.
An interview with Wilson Kiriungi, CEO of Run with Kenyans.
The connection between environmental quality and the predicament of disadvantaged populations is coming into ever-sharper relief.
Good intentions abound in the civic and social technology movement—why are so few nonprofits participating?
Ambition to scale makes MFIs more financially driven.