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Volume 7Entrepreneurship Without Boundaries

Entrepreneurs are solving complex societal challenges across the globe. It’s happening “at the table” within established organizations, “off the grid” on difficult terrain, and “on the web” in the digital world. Across this spectrum, we often find Millennial entrepreneurs leading the charge.

Volume 6How We Give

Distinguished experts and donors share new insights on global giving trends and propose solutions to barriers that inhibit individual philanthropy aimed at improving social outcomes.

Volume 5The Art and Science of Delivery

Delivery is both an art and a science. We think the art is in the innovation and adaptability of the actors and different delivery models, while the science lies in replicating and scaling those models.

What MattersCities

As the global population becomes increasingly urbanized, what will the cities of the future look like?

Issue focus: Health & hungerWe present creative new approaches to delivering nutrition and quality healthcare for all.

How to win the fight against HIV/AIDS

Julia MartinJulia Martin
Office of the US Global AIDS Coordinator

Scientific innovation, combined with improvements in the delivery of effective services, have put the promise of an AIDS-free generation within our collective grasp. Read More

A cure for hidden hunger

Feike SijbesmaFeike Sijbesma
Royal DSM

We need to ensure that hungry people receive not just food but also proper nutrition so that they can develop, learn, and contribute to their own societies. Read More

Translating innovation

Steve DavisAnurag Mairal
Steve Davis and Anurag Mairal
PATH

To ensure that lifesaving technologies make a measureable impact on the health of the communities we serve, we must remain committed to translating innovation beyond design and development. Read More

A healthcare vision for Nigeria

Muhammad Ali PateMuhammad Ali Pate
Nigeria Federal Ministry of Health

Given the size of our population and the prevalence of preventable diseases, it is clearly possible to save at least one million lives over the next three years by expanding access to well-known, cost-effective interventions. Read More

How to create a food revolution

Jamie OliverJamie Oliver
Better Food Foundation

Every kid in every school deserves to learn the basics about food: where it comes from, how to cook it, and how it affects their bodies. Read More

Delivery starts with women

Helene D. GayleChristina Wegs
Helene D. Gayle and Christina Wegs
CARE

Years of working with girls and women around the world have taught us that real change starts with addressing the pervasive gender inequality that undermines their health and well-being throughout life. Read More

Ending hunger in Africa

Andrew YounAndrew Youn
One Acre Fund

The greatest humanitarian challenge of our era is to distribute life-changing technologies to the neglected rural areas where most poor people live. Read More

Voices on Society topics

  • Entrepreneurship Without Boundaries

    Entrepreneurs are solving complex societal challenges across the globe. It’s happening “at the table” within established organizations, “off the grid” on difficult terrain, and “on the web” in the digital world. Across this spectrum, we often find Millennial entrepreneurs leading the charge.

  • How We Give

    Distinguished experts and donors share new insights on global giving trends and propose solutions to barriers that inhibit individual philanthropy aimed at improving social outcomes.

  • The Art and Science of Delivery

    Delivery is both an art and a science. We think the art is in the innovation and adaptability of the actors and different delivery models, while the science lies in replicating and scaling those models.

  • The Socially Conscious Consumer

    How the global rise of socially conscious consumers can help drive environmental and economic sustainability.

  • Financing Social Change

    Across the globe, innovative new tools are helping fund social change.

  • Beyond advocacy – business needs to get its head in the gameJobs for the young & restless

    Youth around the world have been particularly hard hit, registering disturbingly high unemployment numbers.

  • Social innovation

    Can fresh thinking solve the world’s most intractable problems?

  • Social entrepreneurs

    Can social entrepreneurs create large scale change?

  • Cities

    As the global population becomes increasingly urbanized, what will the cities of the future look like?

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