The most radical force for change is the same thing today that it’s always been—a person.
Empowerment, or the lack of it, is an issue for women and girls virtually everywhere.
Today marks 2017’s Digital Learning Day, a day where we celebrate technology’s role in how we learn.
How do we accelerate positive change to advance the social economy?
Here are four big trends for the social good sector over the next few years that I saw playing out at Davos:
The fourth industrial revolution is coming, and it will undoubtedly change the world. For those of us in the business of changing the world for good, the challenges are urgent and the opportunity is enormous. How will your organization respond?
As we finalize our goals, set our priorities, and sift through the list of things we want to accomplish in 2017, let’s not forget that we can also give some things up.
Here are five trends to look out for – and tips for how your organization can leverage them.
As nonprofit leaders look ahead and think about how to significantly expand the impact of their advocacy campaigns, there is one key tactic that may be your secret to punching above your weight.
When it comes to the social sector, philanthropy, giving back, helping others, improving our communities, and our planet, we are seeing clear and positive trends.
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