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New podcast: To tackle inequality, we need to coordinate policies on housing and transportation, jobs and education, Angela Glover Blackwell of PolicyLink tells our recent Frontiers of Social Innovation forum.
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A new facility in Portland, Ore., aims to solve critical infrastructure problems that thwart the growth of midsize farms and ranches.
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Funders want to create big change by using networks for social impact. But where to start?
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LAST CHANCE: Register for SSIR Live! webinar The Importance of Strategy in Communications. This webinar is for staff at nonprofits, social enterprises, and foundations who are interested in approaching communications with a strategic mindset.
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Iris Bohnet reminds us that we all have our biases—and suggests ways that we might overcome them.
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Before President Obama's bathrooms directive, New York mayor Bill de Blasio signed an order ensuring transgender people in the city access to the restroom of their choice.
Amid pushbacks against LGBTQ rights elsewhere, a New York City executive order ensures equal access to bathrooms.
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Existing forests and diverse ecosystems are arguably the world’s most valuable resources. How can we make preserving them worth our while?
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Review by Josh Lerner, executive director of the Participatory Budgeting Project
Participatory budgeting, which enables citizens to decide how to spend public funds, is building a more empowering model of democracy.
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The collapse of New York’s largest nonprofit human services agency is an urgent reminder of the need for funding reform.
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Bad news but inevitable, definition of money itself is the core problem.
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A literature review of research on social entrepreneurship reveals that academics and practitioners seem to be operating in such separate spheres. A look at why this is happening and what to do about it.
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Calculating the social return on a big philanthropic investment is a grueling but necessary challenge.
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Ben Hecht, president and CEO of Living Cities, reviews Ryan Gravel's book on transformative infrastructure projects such as the Atlanta Beltline.
How citizens can push back against urban sprawl and create vibrant, interconnected communities.
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