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Technology & Design

What Net Neutrality Says About Neoliberalism

Some values are more important than giving more people access to Wikipedia for free.

By Kentaro Toyama | 15 | May. 4, 2015
 
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Technology & Design

Digital Fluency at the BOP

Mobile adoption at the base of the pyramid will bring massive development benefits, but we must seize the unique opportunity to drive pre-emptive positive digital behavior to help safeguard vulnerable communities.

By Oliver Gilbert | Apr. 13, 2015
 
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Philanthropy

Disruption for Good

Rapid advances in technology are changing philanthropy in fundamental ways—making it potentially more rational, effective, collaborative, transparent, and democratic.
By Laura Arrillaga-Andreessen | 4 | Feb. 18, 2015
 

Measuring Social Impact

Signaling and Confirming

A new framework can help nonprofits and other social sector organizations measure the participation of their supporters.

 

Technology & Design

Circulating the Internet

At two big-city libraries, patrons can check out a new approach to accessing a wide range of digital technology.
By Suzie Boss | Nov. 19, 2014
 

Technology & Design

Social Enterprise through Digital Design

Featuring Carl Bass | 1 | Oct. 19, 2014
 

Fundraising

Building Your Individual Donor Base

A recent study reveals opportunities for small nonprofits to strengthen individual donor contributions.

By Heather Yandow | 5 | Oct. 15, 2014
 

Branding Change

Supplements to the article “From Petitions to Decisions.”
By SSIR Editors | Aug. 13, 2014
 

Nonprofit Management

Roundtable on Community Engagement and Collective Impact

The Aspen Institute Forum for Community Solutions gathered scholars and practitioners for a conversation about engaging the community in a collective impact initiative.
 
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Global Issues

Global Problem Solving Without the Globaloney

It’s time to put an end to the “flat world” thinking that guides the work of all too many social change organizations.
By Pankaj Ghemawat | 3 | Aug. 13, 2014