wine for the world
    //  December 6, 2014  //  Comments Off

Changing the World – One Glass of Wine at a Time

SEE Change’s video series profiling social entrepreneurs effecting change continues with a visit to Wine for the World, a New York-based social enterprise that helps winemakers in emerging economies find sustainability through partnership and support. Watch. […]

BookBugs
    //  December 1, 2014  //  Comments Off

New Social Venture Makes Children’s Books More Accessible

Dave Rader created the idea for BookBugs – an online children’s book retailer that donates books to kids in need and closes the book access gap – while getting his MBA. As the son of two […]

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    //  November 17, 2014  //  Comments Off

Can a Television Show Inspire Social Change?

The world is more tolerant and less violent than at any other point in human history, but you wouldn’t know it from watching most mainstream media. Despite incredible advancements and a world of unprecedented innovation and […]

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    //  November 13, 2014  //  Comments Off

Technology for Social Change: TechChange focuses on peacebuilding

Here at TechChange, along with providing technology training for social change, we are constantly bringing words and numbers to life through animations. The recent surge of monitoring and evaluation (M&E) in international development has caught the […]

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    //  November 5, 2014  //  Comments Off

An Introduction to SROI: Evaluator’s Cut

The world of program evaluation, like any other, has its hot topics. Multi-methods evaluation, developmental evaluation and data visualization are a few of the things evaluators have been buzzing about recently. At the 2014 annual Canadian […]

BookBugs
New Social Venture Makes Children’s Books More Accessible
December 1, 2014  //  Comments Off
Dave Rader created the idea for BookBugs – an online children’s book retailer that donates books to kids in ...
Uplift image2-again
Can a Television Show Inspire Social Change?
November 17, 2014  //  Comments Off
The world is more tolerant and less violent than at any other point in human history, but you wouldn’t know it from wa ...

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