December 10, 2019 The Corporate Social Responsibility Newswire

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Tackling Poverty through Empowerment in South Africa

A new report by the University of Oxford credits the economic empowerment of thousands of women in South Africa with one company's unique...

9.11 and the Greening of a City

This posting goes live on the 11th anniversary of the attack on New York City. This is a hopeful reflection on how “green”...

Unintended Consequences: New Regulations Threaten Community Banks

Community banks are paying for a crisis they never caused. Marjorie Kelly explains on Talkback.

NCoC’s Civic Data Challenge: So Much More Than Just Numbers

Can 'civic health data' help guide private, nonprofit and public leaders to create work and living spaces that are cleaner, safer and vibrant?

How Door-To-Door Business Can Empower Rather Than Repress Women

Achieving gender justice will require accepting that the market can empower rather than oppress women.

The Genius Way To Farm Huge Amounts Of Food Right Inside The City

What would happen if City Mouse and Country Mouse had a baby?

SVN Taught Me to Use Business for Change: Van Jones

Van Jones is being inducted into Social Venture Network’s (SVN) Hall of Fame as an Economic Justice Maverick.

Buy Local: American Express and American Independent Business Alliance Partner Up

To ensure the success of local businesses (and their communities), two organizations are teaming up to spread the word about the importance of...

Intel: How Do We Move to More Social Innovation?

Stop fussing over what social innovation means and focus on how it can transform economies. Intel's Thomas Osburg explains, on Talkback.

VIDEO: Don't Take These Kids Off The Streets...

...Take The Problems Off The Streets



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