Reject the notion that you “can’t.” Act with a sense of urgency. Be a driver of systems change. And 5 additional takeaways from this year’s AVPN conference on social investing.
Ideas & Insight
Social enterprises are a growing phenomenon in Asia. This guide will help you understand what they are, how they function, and how they contribute to social and environmental change in Asia.
AVPN’s 2014 Conference starts later this week! And this year, things get real. We’re moving beyond theory to real-world examples of success and failure in the social impact space.
In the last part of our interview with Hasina Kharbhih, she shares with us the inspiration that’s fueled her mission to promote social entrepreneurship and end human trafficking.
Ashoka Fellow Hasina Kharbhih gives her thoughts on what all aspiring social entrepreneurs should know before diving into social ventures.
Ashoka Fellow Hasina Kharbhih developed the Impulse Model to end human trafficking in India. It’s now being adapted globally. Here’s how it works.
The ed-tech nonprofit inBloom, backed by the Gates Foundation and Carnegie Corporation, has come to a controversial end. What can we learn from this?
Donors want reporting and evaluation metrics, but they’re often not willing to fund costs related to gathering and analyzing data. What does that mean for nonprofits?
Here are five inferences about Asian philanthropists from the 2014 BNP Baripas Individual Philanthropy Index.
The findings of a new study that looked at 35 giving circles across 8 Asian countries will be discussed on May 16 in Singapore. What does the future bode for this grassroots style of giving? Come join the discussion!