Just in case you want to remain “old school” in your communications strategies and keep them grounded in a charitable fundraising model.
How-matters.org’s Friday feature! Sharing “The Box” by Marie-Rose Romain Murphy
Should our #MeToo efforts in the global development sector be more systemic and solutions oriented?
Where is the shaking of the foundations – literally and figuratively?
A review of Jonathan Lewis’ book, The Unfinished Social Entrepreneur.
Let’s show the extent of sexual assault and harassment among people “doing good” around the world.
Here’s 3 ways an unchecked ego can trip us up, and suggestions for how to prevent this.
Here’s 12 ideas for criteria civil society organizations could use to rate their funders.
Chris Wardle in Nepal shares his experience and approach. What are your solutions?
“Psst, excuse me, but if an international assistance project is a job or a hobby for you, it can’t actually be ‘yours.’ And if you think that it is, we may have a problem on our hands.”
Sharing an excerpt from the introduction of the book, Smart Risks: How small grants are helping to solve some of the world’s biggest problems.
Sharing some of the great articles, editorials and announcements from during my annual “no social media” break.
As do-gooders develop the skills and attitudes to ensure inclusive, democratic, and thoughtful decision-making, the Daily Show offers up an example.
“If there was ever a time
to pay attention to the non-shock of
the people of color around you
this is it.”
A poem by Bianca Vazquez