There’s a new green economy underway in Sabah, Malaysia. It’s going to focus on inclusive growth and sustainable development–and it’s being led by women.
Ideas & Insight
Everyone’s talking about collaboration, and no where is it more needed than in the nonprofit sector, where organizations are often stretched to their limits in personnel and funding. This collaboration tool may help solve that.
The giving traditions practiced by many immigrants and communities of color are helping to democratize philanthropy in the U.S. To that we say, hurrah!
Our last feature for Women’s History Month looks at the role women have in growing the global economy. Guess what — it’s an important one.
It takes a lot of grit and compassion to want to stage a medical intervention in a war-torn country like Myanmar. Community Partners International has been doing it for nearly two decades. Here are a few things they’ve learned along the way.
The focus on reproductive health may not be enough. We need to re-tailor the plan to improve women’s health based on changing demographics and epidemiological pressure points.
Two new studies provide details into how Chinese Americans give and how to better engage Chinese American philanthropists.
1 in 3 women will likely experience some form of violence in her life. Understanding why some men perpetuate violence while others don’t can help bring down those numbers.
India’s new CSR law is stirring quite the debate over effective use of corporate philanthropy. But let’s try to think of it this way: the new CSR law is actually an exercise in corporate empowerment, a way of decentralizing tax distribution.
Human trafficking is foremost a moral issue, but its continued existence is also disturbingly supported by market forces. This report from the Indian strategic philanthropy foundation Dasra examines the supply and demand sides of human sex trafficking in India.