A look back at government regulation, philanthropy, “social blank” movements, and third sector grit.
A valuable measurement tool sheds light on investments that will save taxpayers money and reduce US debt, while ensuring American competitiveness in a global economy.
With the threat of a sequester looming, the charitable sector risks being boxed in.
How private giving can contribute to the needs of American democracy.
The poisonous atmosphere of climate negotiations has resulted in paralysis; we must now focus on creating dialog and cooperation.
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The work of the Social Innovation Fund should provide inspiration to governments looking to drive social investment at home.
Sharing nonprofits’ Form 990 tax data in a comprehensive and easy-to-access manner may open the door to more collaboration and innovation within the sector.
Politics is the art of the possible.
Community-led dialogue is critical to sustainable collaborative approaches.
A slippery slope: from good-willed private philanthropy in support of public goals to a system in which private goals predominate.