Stanford Social Innovation Review : Informing and inspiring leaders of social change


Tag: Women



Economic Development

Unequal Market Access

By Corinna Wu | Aug. 15, 2012

Economic Development

Sexually Transmitted Altruism

By Greg Beato | 2 | Aug. 15, 2012


Social Innovation: International Practices for Diffusion and Policymaking

Videos from the Social Innovation Dialogues convening in Berlin.

By Johanna Mair | Jul. 26, 2012

Social Entrepreneurship

Mainstreaming Gender Lens Investing

Investing in women is an opportunity, not a constraint—and one that can accelerate change for everyone.

By Jackie VanderBrug | 15 | Jun. 12, 2012


A Lifeline for Mothers

By Suzie Boss | May. 16, 2012

Human Rights

Make Culture Change, Not War

The fight for rights needs the fight for culture change.

By Eric Friedenwald-Fishman | 5 | Mar. 12, 2012


Campaign Bootcamp 2.0

By Christine Pelosi | Mar. 5, 2012

Human Rights

Activists by Another Name

Reviewed By Alana Conner | Feb. 15, 2012
Margaret Hagan SSIR Makmende Community Security Initiative

Technology & Design

Walk With Makmende: Part 2

From the Field Series: A living case study of Makmende, which provides women in Nairobi with coordinated walking groups.

By Margaret Hagan | Jan. 31, 2012


Following India’s Microfinance Crisis, A Shift to Male Clients

The 2010 Andhra Pradesh microfinance crisis may cause MFIs to shift away from a majority female client base to a more gender-balanced portfolio.

By Elena Bridgers | 5 | Dec. 16, 2011