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Here are some of their stories: Aleda Schaf fer A student at Cornell University’s Johnson Graduate School of Management, Aleda Schaffer has worked as an American Sign Language Interpreter in Washington, DC, Alaska and Boston. She holds a master’s degree in Political Sciences, Public Law and Contemporary History from University of Konstanz, Germany. Tags: Benetech internships human rights Miradi fellowships MBA environment Bookshare

Humans@Work: How to Successfully Tackle HR Challenges

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What should nonprofit employers do—if anything—to quell political debate when it infiltrates the work environment? What should employers do—if anything—to quell political debate when it infiltrates the work environment?

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NetCentric Advocacy: Protection and Empowerment: Themes that work

Network-Centric Advocacy

I am not sure if they have the working and exact language nailed yet but I feel like this is as close as they have come. It is nice to see them converge a bit with another leader in this space : The Opportunity Agenda which also moved into this space of supporting empowerment by thinking about the systems that support it.education, justice, environment, democracy, etc. NetCentric Advocacy Advocacy Strategy for the Age of Connectivity.

A History of How Modern ESG Came to Be

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According to Earthday.org, “b y the end of 1970, the first Earth Day led to the creation of the United States Environmental Protection Agency and the passage of other first of their kind environmental laws, including the National Environmental Education Act,?the

6 Tips for Nonprofit Professionals on Speaking Brilliantly with Your Slides

Nonprofit Tech for Good

As a presenter, advocate, or fundraiser, your job is to ensure that your colleagues, followers, or students want to soak up your message — a tall order, especially in a digital environment. A great example from last summer is from an opioid law suit — the State of Oklahoma v.

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6 Online Speaking Tips for Nonprofit Professionals

Nonprofit Tech for Good

As a presenter, advocate, or fundraiser, your job is to ensure that your colleagues, followers, or students want to soak up your message — a tall order, especially in a digital environment. A great example from last summer is from an opioid law suit — the State of Oklahoma v.

It’s Not Slowing Down! Data Trends For Social Sector Organizations To Track In 2019

Global Giving

Similarly, companies like Amazon are making it easy for anyone to create powerful natural language processing or computer vision models without needing to build their own complex deep learning infrastructure. 2018 has been a busy year in the data world, especially in the social sector.

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Interview with Lux Mean: Teaching Cambodians in Rural Areas To Blog

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Keep an eye on some future developments in Cambodia and blogging as the Open Forum 's Khmer Open Source expects to launch khmer language blogging software. Meanwhile, Mean Lux has become a digerati of sorts -- his story and the story of other bloggers was published in the Cambodia Daily, one of the largest English language newspapers in Cambodia, in an article in Wired News , and Global s Online. His english language blog can be found here. Lux Mean works for the IRI.

Vietnam and Indonesia Join TechSoup Asia’s Growing Family

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VietNet-ICT also actively participates in policy discussions to formulate laws and policies relating to information, technology, and communication towards sustainable development and equity. In its effort to help local people to meet local needs, LIN aims to advance a more efficient and responsive philanthropic environment and strengthen the communities. English is increasingly favored as a second language. The official language is Bahasa Indonesia, which is a Malay language.

ROI (Results on Insights) of Online Communities

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

I interviewed technology practitioners from the poverty law community about how they approach ROI and significant technology systems investments like client databases, document assembly systems, or video conference systems. Jeremiah points out that the first value/outcome - which is essentially about listening and participating, isn't as much appreciated (in a for-profit environment) as the other two which are about money.

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The Global Fund for Women: An Interview with Kavita Ramdas

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Therefore, we are the only foundation I know of that will accept requests in any language, and in any format. To me, that sort of sums up something very special about the way in which we try to make these resources accessible to women-led initiatives that are often some of the most creative that we are seeing on issues ranging from the environment, to health, to education, to building peace and sustainable communities around the world.

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Community Funded Reporting: Interview with David Cohn of Spot.us

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They have a magazine called Race, Poverty and Environment Magazin e. Another one that I wanted to do would be, and that I'm actually looking into, is it's California law that if you lay off 50 people or more in the next six months you have to announce that and make that public. I don't know that's necessarily been part of the language and the culture of service, and I think that it should be. "You cannot run a community if you're not informed.