There are new leaders coming into the nonprofit sector with ideas that have the potential to change the way social change happens. It’s time to ask some new questions.
Self-awareness and recognition of bias may be the first steps to broadening horizons, but few organizations are truly cross-functional, socially, as well as economically diverse.
The philanthropic community has no public opposition to a new, ill-advised piece of legislation.
New levels of data-filtering, along with the growth of social networks that aggregate like-minded souls, are threatening civic engagement—and other assertions made at the Personal Democracy Forum.
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A few ideas to consider if you’re trying to figure out how to create your own path.
A list of social innovators worth watching.
A report on a talk by Jeffrey Sachs, director of The Earth Institute, professor of Sustainable Development, and professor of Health Policy and Management at Columbia University.
A new report suggests that no matter how narrow a foundation’s (or by extension, a nonprofit’s) mission, it should creatively serve a broad base of beneficiaries and not exclude the poor or minorities.