This second installment in a series about equity in collective offers three lessons for how local collective impact efforts can eliminate local disparities.
Our weekly round-up of articles and information highlight issues of equity, community engagement, big data and cross-sector collaboration.
This first installment in a series on equity and collective impact shares insights into how a backbone organization can amplify grassroots efforts to achieve equitable systems change.
Clearly, a new and very different paradigm for land use has to be a part of any city’s approach to addressing housing affordability. What’s really keeping that from happening and what can we do about…
Collective impact requires community engagement and co-production to effectively create social outcomes.
A weekly round-up of articles and information that you won’t want to miss. And this week, we want to hear from you!
Join Living Cities CEO, Ben Hecht, in a conversation about what it will take to build a new urban practice that gets dramatically better results for low-income people, faster.
Richard Crews examines how collective impact can break through illusions of prejudice and structural racism to build a new system centered on equity.
When considering Pay For Success transactions, we pay special attention to each step in the process - both before the intervention begins and after it ends.
In 2014, we took a different approach to our annual report--asking other leaders at the cutting edge of social change efforts to share what they think are the most promising solutions that have the p…
At a moment in which collaboration is becoming the new competition, The StrivePartnership promises to catalyze lasting change in the education space through collective impact.
In the fifth week of our e-course on community engagement in collective impact, we look at how community engagement in collective impact can help advance racial equity.
This week, we’re sharing a round-up of articles and information that examine different perspectives on capital and private-sectors approaches to systems change.
Racial disparities in America will not disappear by themselves. We need to design programs and policies with an explicit focus on closing the gaps that exist.
How could we move away from single issue solutions towards approaches that address the inter-connected nature of the problems we face?
To get comfortable investing in a Pay for Success deal, it’s important to understand whether the government has both the commitment and the policy framework necessary to support a successful project.
In the fourth week of our e-course on community engagement in collective impact, we look at opportunities for collective impact initiatives to apply business concepts to community engagement work.