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Looking back to the exceptional crop of 2018 bestsellers criticizing the state of our society, from rising economic inequality to populism and climate change, one book stands out: “Winners Take All” by former New York Times columnist and Aspen Institute

Collaboration and multi-stakeholder partnerships have now become overused terms, new fashionable expressions adopted by companies, public institutions and the non-profit ecosystem. They have been presented as the answer to the demands of a growingly complex world and to the challenges

When Australian photographer Luke Shadbolt discovered his passion for the ocean, he decided to share it with the world. During his travels between remote natural areas and densely populated environments, he gained an insight into the fundamental human-nature connection. Through his works he seeks

EDITOR’S NOTES: THIS PIECE WAS AUTHORED BY Betsy Beaumon. Betsy is the President of Benetech: A Silicon Valley non-profit, whose mission is to create scalable technology solutions for communities in need, including the human rights sector. THIS PIECE IS PART

It's known as the most diverse square mile in the country or the "Ellis Island of the South." It's no wonder then that the connections between the Clarkston, Georgia community are as strong as the coffee that is brewed there. With

EDITOR’S NOTE: THIS PIECE IS PART OF A SERIES EXPLORING THE SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS. SEE THE INTRODUCTION TO THE SERIES HERE. THIS PIECE IS AUTHORED BY LINDSAY WALLACE. When the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) were adopted in September 2015, many present

This article was a collaboration between Impakter writers Deanna Shen and Nisreen Al-Basha. The topic of education tends to evoke strong emotions, strong opinions, and strong questions. Whose responsibility is it to teach? Who decides what students learn? When does learning

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