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Stars to steer by

December 3, 2019

New destinations require new navigational tools. Four very different books from within the 'social change' profession highlight the complexities of achieving systemic transformation of the current economic and political ordersA significant reassessment of our current economic and political orders is underway. The need to better address our most grave societal threats -- poverty, inequality, environmental collapse, social trauma, and technological overreach -- is increasingly apparent. In this article, I look at how four very different books from inside the 'social change' profession, that self-selecting community of people who dedicate their careers to the common good, are contributing to this reassessment and inspiring hope and action.Alliance Issue: Feminist philanthropy; December 2019, Volume 24, Number 4


Philanthropy's Developers - Special feature

May 29, 2018

This issue is devoted to philanthropy's developers -- the people, organisations and networks central to the growth and development of philanthropy worldwide.Whether that's data and research, advice and consulting, training, advocacy or representation, there's an essential and vibrant but under-appreciated eco-system of philanthropy support worldwide.Alliance issue: Philanthropy's Developers; June 2018, Volume 23, Number 2.

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