A report from the 2013 Clinton Global Initiative and Social Good Summit—the trading floors of the new philanthrocapitalism.
Innovations in the way that organizations use civil disobedience, protests, and other forms of activism to advance social progress
There may not be one resolution to wicked problems and nonprofits can’t—and shouldn’t—do it all.
Pro-privacy activists and others have a chance to reinvent the conversation about security and privacy in the digital age.
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An online registry for disaster relief has proved a successful model for avoiding unproductive donations—when will we adopt it?
Let’s start telling social entrepreneurial aspirants the truth and get those who support the field financially to acknowledge that staying power and relationship-building are ineluctable partners to innovation. Part two of a series.
Social entrepreneurs have to get out there and do the work, with enough staying power to make a real impact. Part one of a two-part series.
A Georgetown University and Waggener Edstrom study sheds new light on the debate surrounding the effectiveness of online influence.
For the environmental movement to succeed, it needs to convert its ideas, science, theories, and activism into practical politics that can win votes on a large scale.