By Marilyn Harris The reward of public recognition can motivate or inhibit donors, depending on their prior motives.
Review by Benjamin Soskis Elisabeth S. Clemens’ Civic Gifts demonstrates how voluntarism, long associated with locally based efforts, has been central to the project of building a strong nation-state.
Review by Andrew Binet In Precision Community Health, Bechara Choucair offers a four-pillared framework to address historic systemic inequities in public health but fails to confront the power arrangements that undergird them.
By Eric Nee Until recently, most of the 3,422 companies (in 71 countries) that have become a B Corp have been small and medium-sized, but a growing number of large, established corporations are starting to undergo the certification process as well.
By M. Amedeo Tumolillo Highlights from recent SSIR.org articles on racial justice, well-being, and the COVID-19 pandemic.
By Marcia Bianco A rally for Black trans people in Brooklyn, New York, illustrates the increasing success and power of the Black Lives Matter movement as a coalition that centers on the most marginalized.
By Linda Mitz Sadiq By committing to a broad, participatory learning process, social change leaders can greatly enhance staff positivity and resilience, as well as increase organizational sustainability and impact. Part of the Centered Self series.
By Anthony S. Bryk A new book by the president of the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching offers changemaking advice for teachers and educators.
By Michele Jolin & David Medina Philanthropic dollars can play a unique role in catalyzing the public sector’s transformation toward data-driven leadership and decision-making.
By Lara Carton & Tobias Andreasson How Australia’s CQUniversity has committed to embedding social innovation education and practice across the entire curriculum. Part of the Innovating Higher Education series.