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.
How campaign lessons can amplify your work. In part three: Embrace the change.
How campaign lessons can amplify your work. In part two: Do what you’re already doing, better.
How campaign lessons can amplify your work. In part one: digital tools for nonprofits.
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Five measurement practices that Obama’s campaign and high-performing nonprofits have in common.
The issues and effects of “diverse donors” are no longer marginal, but a central part of the complex philanthropic and social sector in the US.
A slippery slope: from good-willed private philanthropy in support of public goals to a system in which private goals predominate.
Politicians' personal stories about overcoming poverty won’t fuel economic mobility.
Highlights from the Clinton Global Initiative 2012.