Why we can and must try to answer the question: What charities do the most good?
The superficially enticing “logic” of effective altruism ultimately leads to a moralistic, hyper-rationalistic, top-down approach to philanthropy that can kill the very altruistic spirit it claims to foster.
A response to the recent article "Redefining Community Foundations" and why community foundations need to stay focused on local impact.
A new petition attacking the NFL could have far-reaching implications for the nonprofit sector.
We need to broaden philanthropy’s view of social sciences.
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Facebook and Google may be the new poster children for shared value, but is Internet access a critical social issue?
Contests, challenges, awards—they do more harm than good. Let’s get rid of them.
Pro-privacy activists and others have a chance to reinvent the conversation about security and privacy in the digital age.
Overlooking the unique and invaluable role of women as design leaders is bad for business and for all of us.
We should not overlook innovations in the subcontinent that could be transformative in the United States.