The newly passed Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act illustrates how organizations can find space to debate and successfully create cross-sector and bipartisan solutions.
Innovations in the way that organizations use civil disobedience, protests, and other forms of activism to advance social progress
Nonprofits should offer a wider range of opportunities for donating, facilitating network building, and embracing the complexity of the social problems.
Protecting animals is integral to solving many international problems; we must use the increasing momentum behind animal welfare to drive long-term change.
Why the international development community cannot ignore the role of politics in creating sustainable social change.
By eliminating programs and driving demand with for-profit techniques, DoSomething.org is dramatically scaling its impact.
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Recent experience with government-convened hackathons has generated insights into the methods and instruments used to design effective mass collaboration efforts.
How a global NGO has fought extreme poverty using a formula that mixes pragmatic incrementalism and practical idealism with pop culture.
Personal development and global development are intrinsically linked, but our current service-learning model might need flipping on its head.
Five characteristics of civic culture that collective impact efforts must address.