Top 10 Posts of 2012
Not surprisingly, most of the posts making this year’s list of readers’ favorites involved the election.
Organizations are most successful when they empower their internal community – especially their leadership – to advocate on their behalf.
How one foundation uses its resources to attack homelessness from all angles.
An interview with the Carnegie Corporation’s democracy director, who supports eforts to ensure that those least likely to vote or have barriers in their way have their voice be heard in the civic process.
Why voter ID laws present significant obstacles to voting.
A profile of the Rhode Island campaign for the nation’s first ever “Homeless Bill of Rights.”
Nonprofits have been at the forefront of litigation and other advocacy to mitigate the impact of these laws.
What nonprofits should know about getting involved in a ballot measure campaign.
A look at the trends, threats, and opportunities among the 174 issues that were on state ballots around the country.
When it decided to oppose fracking, the Park Foundation stirred up some powerful enemies.
How you can empower ethnic communities to participate in the electoral process.