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


Tag: Women



Nonprofit Management

Diversifying NGO Leadership

By Donna Bryson | 3 | Feb. 21, 2013


Taking mHealth Applications to Scale

Part of a special series on scaling mobile health initiatives.

By Frank Beadle de Palomo | Feb. 20, 2013

Individual Giving

Upending the Power Structure of Giving

The issues and effects of “diverse donors” are no longer marginal, but a central part of the complex philanthropic and social sector in the US.

By Melissa A. Berman | 1 | Dec. 21, 2012

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

Technology & Design

Transforming Democracy Through Digital Technology

Five lessons from groundbreaking women.

By Courtney Martin | 3 | Dec. 3, 2012


Preventative Child Health in Mali

Pesinet, a French NGO, is assessing the added value of technology in reducing child mortality.

By Elena Bridgers | 4 | Nov. 20, 2012

Human Rights

Reproductive Rights: A Global Citizen Year Story

Conservative, morality-based views on abortion clash with global health and development in Latin America.

By Emily Hwang | Nov. 15, 2012

Human Rights

Searching for Gender Equality

By Corinna Wu | Nov. 14, 2012

Global Issues

Impatient Capital

Highlights from the Clinton Global Initiative 2012.

By Marcia Stepanek | Sep. 28, 2012

Human Rights

If Stoves Could Kill

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

By Samer Abdelnour | 8 | Sep. 17, 2012