New Series: Rethinking Social Change in the Face of Coronavirus
Posted by Stanford Social Innovation Review (SSIR) on April 7, 2020
COVID-19 has affected every aspect of life around the globe. How should the social sector respond to the evolving crisis? How will nonprofits, foundations, philanthropic organizations, and social justice advocates emerge from the pandemic? What unique insight and capabilities can civil society bring to bear on the problems the world now faces? How will organizations manage potentially calamitous challenges to funding their operations? In this series, SSIR will present insight from social change leaders around the globe to help organizations face the systemic, operational, and strategic challenges that will test the limits of their capabilities.
This series will help organizations face the strenuous systemic, operational, and strategic challenges that lie ahead. Recent additions include:
- After the Pandemic: Tracy Palandjian and Paul Brest on using pay for success (PFS) to help transform short-term emergency efforts into sustainable systems change.
- Guide to Resilient Leadership: A list of SSIR articles to help social change leaders during the tumult.
- Click Here: The inaugural weekly roundup of links from SSIR‘s editors explores civil society’s response to the crisis.
More in "New Resources"
- New CDC Initiative: Racism and Health
- Grant for people coming out of prison
- Stand Up, Speak Up, Let’s Keep Each Other Safe: Stop Asian Hate
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