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When seeking solutions to social issues, we must look to new horizons but stay true to our values.
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Learn how your organization can ‪#‎MoveIdeas‬ with a smart communications strategy!

Join communications experts from Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, Center for American Progress, Freedom to Marry, and Knight Foundation at upcoming SSIR Live! webinar, "Communications That Work: Making Ideas Move." Register now for live event on April 7!
Communications That Work: Making Ideas Move. Presented by: Frederick G. Mann, vice president for communications, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Daniella Gibbs Léger, senior vice president for communications and strategy, Center for American Progress Kevin Nix, communications director, ...
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When two organizations bond across sectoral lines, how do you keep the fire going?
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The power of communications in Making Ideas Move: this series shares diverse points of views on how communication drives social change. Read more from our series with the Communications Network here: 
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Five steps to building and leveraging the engine that fuels national conversation: influence. #MoveIdeas
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Before critiquing art that speaks to climate change, the scientific community must broaden its view on what art is and how it can help the movement.
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Working with grassroots women orgs can be a powerful way to align corporate economic empowerment programs with efforts to advance women’s rights globally. Here's a guide on how to:
In many parts of the world, corporations today are cultivating partnerships with locally rooted organizations that promote a multi-faceted approach to women’s empowerment. Includes magazine extras.
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A look at proposed changes to the World Bank’s environmental and social safeguard policies, and where to set the bar on managing risk.
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Organizations succeed or fail because of the people. We know that talent matters in our social sector - don't forget to read how different orgs are putting talent development into meaningful practice: 
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Innovation is driven, by being the creator of a job tailored just for you !!!!
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How a shift in mindset from impact measurement to impact management can lead to stronger social outcomes: a case study of Huntington Capital Fund III.
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How we communicate is changing—rapidly. But how can leaders of social change organizations ensure that their messages are heard amid the noise of our increasingly networked world? How can they move ideas in a way that advances their cause?

Learn more at upcoming SSIR Live! webinar, Communications That Work: Making Ideas Move. Register today for live event on April 7!
Communications That Work: Making Ideas Move. Presented by: Frederick G. Mann, vice president for communications, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Daniella Gibbs Léger, senior vice president for communications and strategy, Center for American Progress Kevin Nix, communications director, ...
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Why general funding for nonprofit organizations is the future of innovation.
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Stanford Social Innovation Review (SSIR) is an award-winning magazine and website that covers cross-sector solutions to global problems. SSIR is written for and by social change leaders in the nonprofit, business, and government sectors who view collaboration as key to solving environmental, social, and economic justice issues.

Published at the Stanford Center on Philanthropy and Civil Society, SSIR bridges academic theory and practice with ideas about achieving social change. It covers a wide range of subjects, from microfinance and green business to social networks and human rights.

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cohosts the annual Nonprofit Management Institute with the Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP) each fall. SSIR also hosts webinars on important, cutting-edge topics in the field of social change through its SSIR Live! series.

SSIR aims to inform and inspire leaders of social change.