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The world’s response to COVID-19 spotlights the power of co-creation in tackling major global issues (5 of 5-part series)
The awkward question at the heart of successful co-creation. (4 of 5-part series)
How to weigh whether to risk attempting big-impact change. (3 of 5-part series)
Here are seven crucial areas to consider if you are interested in the potential benefits of co-creation. (2 of 5-part series)
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Merger creates one of the world’s largest global philanthropic consultancies servicing private, nonprofit and public sector entities seeking to enhance social impact
Nathaniel brings nearly 20 years of experience in social entrepreneurship.
Grants went to 150 organizations—over 90% of which are led by women—in six countries
Fanta Toure-Puri will lead the fund as it aims to accelerate impact, bring more money to the issue of child marriage, and achieve its mission.
An introduction to the common pitfalls faced by donor collaboratives, and tips on how to avoid them.
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Six reasons you should consider starting your career at a small company.
Company recognized in Best for Customers category for its performance in helping clients create positive social impact
"We see ourselves as innovators in the humanitarian space."
Make sure your program doesn't fall victim to the "hothouse flower" effect.
#1: What is the problem?
The Program’s Comprehensive Model Has Helped Over 100,000 Children Receive a Second Chance at an Education
There are three reasons why you should be paying attention to this movement and doing what you can to support B Corporations.
This is where systems entrepreneurs play probably their most important role.
How to plot a promising path for philanthropy in education
Being part of a systems change program will demand more—and less—from you. Have you counted the cost?
Here are three key questions that any advocacy organization should think through.
"Systems change. This is what we are about. Systems entrepreneur. This is who we are."
"Millennials are looking for significance in different places."
"Social entrepreneurs and systems-change thinkers need to be in balance."