An interview with Alberto Ibargüen, president of the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation.
Innovations in print, online, and other forms of journalism that benefit civil society
Global leaders should begin to consider a stronger relationship with local social enterprises.
By and large, the Central Asia Institute's supporters went for a feel-good story, didn’t do their homework, and didn’t ask the right questions with the Three Cups of Tea dust up.
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The recent expose by 60 Minutes and other organizations, which challenge the practices and experiences chronicled in "Three Cups of Tea," is potentially damaging to the nonprofit sector.
In four steps Global Press Institute was able to revamp the online giving culture and more than triple the number of monthly online donations.
Many nonprofits send out scores of “updates” and other messages that are really just thinly disguised pitches for money.
There should be greater concern over who is protecting nonprofits that find themselves in situations like that of NPR, which recently lost its federal funding.
Does every social media “call to action” need to have a cause?