How the next generation of funders and social entrepreneurs are already taking cues from tech to “hack” the world’s most pressing social problems.
A look at why and how social innovation can catalyze solutions for local problems from within the community, rather than by importing ideas from the outside.
Social sector leaders can encourage innovation by fostering three productive mindsets.
Why we must leverage hands-on experience and service learning to encourage the next generation of social innovators.
Social good technologists working on building a more responsive and effective government need to be more inclusive of the citizens they’re trying to engage—and stop neglecting the government they already have.
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Solutions to social problems are often hidden in the most obvious places, masquerading as problems.
By supporting local innovators, we can solve more social problems and deepen our access to new systems thinking.
A recent survey highlights the important role of social enterprise in poverty alleviation.
How a continent of over 1 billion off-grid customers can move from darkness to light over the next decade.
Clarifying four core features that hub organizations are widely assumed to share can help us grasp their limits and possibilities as innovation intermediaries.