Social innovation is a newly-emerged sector which is fast-paced with global attention. Yet, practices in China are still in developing and SSIR can give a strong guidance.
SSIR is written by and for social change leaders from around the world and from all sectors of society—nonprofits, foundations, business, government, and engaged citizens. SSIR’s mission is to advance, educate, and inspire the field of social innovation by seeking out, cultivating, and disseminating the best in research- and practice-based knowledge.
The New Science of Designing for Humans
The rise of behavioral science and impact evaluation has created a new way for engineering programs and human interactions.
Stop Raising Awareness Already
It’s time for activists and organizations to adopt a more strategic approach to public interest communications.
Embedding Education in Everyday Life
A growing number of organizations are experimenting with ways to embed learning in everyday encounters as a way to connect with hard-to-reach youth and adults.
Data Disrupts Corruption
Document leaks, big data, and open government are reviving the fight against global graft.
Social Innovation Comes to Pennsylvania Avenue
President Obama experimented with radically new ways of maximizing the impact of social programs.
South Africa’s Unjani Non Profit Corporation is boosting community health by helping nurses launch their own clinics.
The Contributor Development Partnership is revitalizing public broadcasting with a fundraising model that can help other large nonprofits with local affiliates.
Workers of the World, Buy!
iCare is enabling Southeast Asian workers to purchase the basic goods of middle-class life without falling into debt.
A Different View of Mapping
Civics for the Internet Age
From Eats to Electricity
Opening Prison Doors
We must create educational opportunities to reduce recidivism among prison inmates and empower them to lead successful lives post incarceration.
Marine Conservation 2.0
Saving the oceans requires the buy-in of coastal communities directly affected by environmental protections.
In Defense of Pet Causes
The effective altruism movement could be more effective if it encouraged adoption of its principles within causes and geographies, not just across them.
Banking on Microfinance
Too Many Welfare Orgs?
The Façade of Post-Feminism
Is Housing a Human Right?
Case Study in China
The Organizational Innovation Behind One of Asia’s
How the Buddhist Compassion Relief Tzu Chi Association evolved from a small local charity into a global NGO.
SSIR is written by and for social change leaders from around the world and from all sectors of society—nonprofits, foundations, business, government, and engaged citizens. SSIR’s mission is to advance, educate, and inspire the field of social innovation by seeking out, cultivating, and disseminating the best in research- and practice-based knowledge. SSIR is published by the Stanford Center on Philanthropy and Civil Society (PACS) at Stanford University.
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