People with disabilities are on the front lines of the climate crisis. Efforts to address the crisis must include them.
Arguing that police reform is impossible, Derecka Purnell charts an alternative path to building safer communities and a more just world.
The passage of the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act gives those of us in the nonpartisan public policy space reason to be optimistic.
Behavioral economics research shows how small nudges can make a big difference to end-of-year fundraising results.
Two excerpts from the edited collection, The Intersector, on building public trust through cross-sector collaboration between the public, nonprofit, and private sectors.
The pandemic has demonstrated that disability inclusion in philanthropy is more crucial than ever.
Part of the Centering Disability supplement sponsored by the Disability & Philanthropy Forum.
Donors have a wide range of options for making charitable gifts. Which one is the best approach? Michael Voss, SSIR's publisher, Vonny Carrington, of Cerity Partners, and Julia Reed of Schwab Charitable discuss. A sponsored podcast developed with the support of Schwab Charitable.
For ESG compliance to become more than lip service, corporate leaders say they need activist pressure, government regulation, and a strong business case.
Achieving diversity, equity, and inclusion means putting disability justice in every policy discussion and making it part of the continuing struggle for civil rights.
If philanthropy is to build a more just and equal society, it must combat ableism in its own institutions and practices.
Stereotypes and racial bias in hiring and promotion are damaging at personal, career, and organizational levels.
Participants are not simply the intended beneficiaries of nonprofit programs. Their organizational experience, in addition to their program experience, should guide nonprofit management to achieve more meaningful social impact.