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Tag: Partnerships




Philanthropy and the Free Market in Education

Featuring Gisele Huff | Aug. 10, 2011


Global Health Speaker Series

Featuring Donald Shriber | Jul. 29, 2011

Measuring Social Impact

Leveraging Business Assets in Nonprofit

Featuring Jean Oelwang | Jul. 27, 2011
SSIR blogger Diana Jue is working toward her Master of City Planning at MIT’s Department of Urban Studies and Planning as a member of the International Development Group. social entrepreneurship

Technology & Design

Academic-Nonprofit Partnerships Can Pick Up Where Student Innovators Leave Off

Academic-nonprofit, cross-sector partnerships have immense potential to influence long-term development, dissemination, and diffusion of technologies.

By Diana Jue | Jun. 29, 2011


Connecting Nonprofits

Featuring Craig Newmark | Jun. 19, 2011


Renewable Energy and Environmental Sustainability

Featuring Severin Borenstein | Jun. 19, 2011
SSIR blogger Thomas Bastianel is one of the five Emerging Leaders International Fellows at the Center on Philanthropy and Civil Society, The Graduate Center—The City University of New York.

Civil Society

Big Society or Collective Impact?

How are the UK and US addressing the third sector’s next challenges, and where they are failing?

By Thomas Bastianel | 5 | May. 23, 2011


In Foreign Aid, Nonprofits Could Use Some Disruption

Nonprofits should seek for-profit allies who are interested and invested in their causes—even if they don’t walk into the first meeting with a signed check.

By Jessica Majno | 6 | May. 19, 2011


Crowdsourcing Microfinance

By Kathy O. Brozek | May. 18, 2011
SSIR blogger David Simpson is the co-founder and president of GoldMail and is on the board of Aim High.


Peer-to-Peer Fundraising Deserves Top-Level Focus and Resources

Peer-to-peer communication leverages the personal networks of members to disseminate messages.

By David Simpson | 1 | May. 12, 2011