The Supreme Court’s reasoning and decision in Hobby Lobby should make the foundation reflect on the relative wisdom of its initiative to blend the nonprofit and for-profit sectors.
If the Hewlett Foundation’s Madison Initiative wants to strengthen American democracy, it needs to adopt a more multi-layered democratic theory.
The newly passed Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act illustrates how organizations can find space to debate and successfully create cross-sector and bipartisan solutions.
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Why the international development community cannot ignore the role of politics in creating sustainable social change.
Allocating government funding where evidence shows it can have impact will yield results—but there are potential pitfalls.
The federal government is empowering states to improve child welfare systems using design-thinking and other innovative approaches.
Evidence-based policy, iteration, and innovation are making their way into government.
Earlier this month, a group backed by companies including Airbnb and Taskrabbit began urging users to petition for changes in regulation—will politicians uphold the rules or loosen them? Or is there is a third option?