We live in a time when self-evident, practical truths about life emerge from the mouths of self-proclaimed pundits as genius revelations. They are the kind of truths we know we [...]
Guest Blog by Cheryl Heller, Founding Chair of SVA’s MFA program in Design for Social Innovation The most pressing challenge businesses face isn’ ...
The term â€œsocial entrepreneurâ€ is being tossed around so often that Iâ€™m beginning to fear it will become as meaningless as â€œgreen.â€ A true entrepreneur looks a lot like Mark [...]
The Elsevier Foundation has announced the 2013 grant recipients for the Innovative Libraries in Developing Countries and New Scholars award programs. â€‹The grants totalâ€‹ $700,000â€‹ to be distributedâ€‹ to 10 [...]
Positive social change occurs when individuals strongly believe they have the power to make a differenceâ€”and they take action. On average, 92% of adults say they have done something to [...]
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Two years ago, I wrote about the signing of theÂ Nigerian Sustainable Banking Principles, an agreement signed by 34 banks, including the original eight, that covered nine areas of focus:Â environmental and [...]
ByÂ INTC), Microsoft (FB), Cisco (Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation,Â Grameen Foundation, as well as non-profits likeÂ Giving Back Fund,Â Foundation CenterÂ andOxfam America, was there in her role as the president of theÂ Schizo ...
Home cooking was the norm for most urban Indonesian households during the 1990s: eating out was considered a luxury. Choices of processed and frozen foods in supermarkets were limited or [...]
Ashoka, the worldâ€™s largest organization of social entrepreneurs, teamed up with Accenture as the convening sponsor to host a global competitionâ€”The League of Intrapreneurs: Building Better Business from the Inside [...]