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Innovations in print, online, and other forms of journalism that benefit civil society

 

Environment

Tsunami Revisited: Stories and Recovery for Today

A review of the upcoming film “The Impossible” through the eyes of a disaster recovery philanthropist.

By Mike Rea | 2 | Dec. 19, 2012
 
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Civil Society

The New Public Square

In a time of limitless connectivity, mass collaboration, access and sharing of knowledge worldwide, public media steps in to focus the clamor on civic discourse and social change.

By Sally Jo Fifer | 1 | Dec. 11, 2012
 
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Technology & Design

Transforming Democracy Through Digital Technology

Five lessons from groundbreaking women.

By Courtney Martin | 3 | Dec. 3, 2012
 
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Philanthropy

The Curmudgeon’s Guide to Giving Tuesday

The effort to make giving public and start a “giving season” won’t materially affect giving in any positive way.

By Timothy Ogden | 2 | Nov. 26, 2012
 

Education

Entrepreneurial Education

A new resource aims to nurture the next generation of social entrepreneurs and support them in their efforts to create social value in innovative ways.

 

Civil Society

Follow the Money

By Brandon Keim | Nov. 7, 2012
 

Technology & Design

Slacktivism: A Serious Game to Play

The rise of mass participation in online protest campaigns is presenting firms and organizations with new challenges in terms of how to respond. A new game has the potential to increase awareness within organizations and help managers become social media savvy.

 
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Nonprofit Management

The Most Adaptive Survive

Success stories of nonprofit media organizations that overhauled their business models during a period of chaotic change.

By Paul Connolly | Sep. 26, 2012
 
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Human Rights

If Stoves Could Kill

Political advocacy, humanitarian intervention, and the “manageable problem.”

By Samer Abdelnour | 7 | Sep. 17, 2012
 
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Economic Development

Trust and Technology

Together, the public and private sector can develop affordable and truly accessible banking solutions that benefit the world’s poor.

By William Brindley | Sep. 5, 2012