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As schools get ready for the school year, OneJustice is getting ready for the newest class of Executive Fellows. 461 more words
Social enterprises combining social aims with economic activities are becoming more and more widespread across the world. The role of social enterprises is particularly relevant in the United States and Western Europe, but there is a growing interest towards such initiatives in other regions – such as Central and Eastern Europe including Hungary – as well. 1,557 more words
Two weeks ago, ProPublica published an article, “How the Red Cross Raised Half a Billion Dollars for Haiti and Built Six Homes“, and has since, blown up the spotlight on the Red Cross regarding their “failures in Haiti”. 808 more words
Yesterday’s morning paper greeted me with a big headline about charity fraud. The Federal Trade Commission has filed a complaint against three national charities. I am pleased that action is being taken against charities who claim to make a difference in people’s lives but don’t. 451 more words
In a recent court ruling, the IRS was ordered to release digitally-readable versions of charity tax forms. An open-records advocacy group called Public.Resource.org filed a lawsuit against the government agency for converting Form 990s into PDF images which cannot be searched using data analytics. 451 more words
Perspective is a very funny thing. It is seemingly obvious; a simple concept we apply to our lives every day. However, in the thick of hard times, we lose ourselves to selfish impulses and unfair comparisons. 549 more words