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What if you could solve poverty issues by creating a brand new city out of nowhere? That is the idea behind the concept of "charter cities". Explanations.
The youngest generation pays tribute to Mandela's exceptional career. Yet it refuses to "over-personalize" a fight that was first and foremost a social one.
Our blogger answers to all your questions about this precious commodity.
Following the protests in India against sexual violence, concerns about the place of women within Indian society have become the main focus.
Thousands of Syrian refugees continue to stream into the camps that are are on both sides of the border between Turkey and Syria.
A humorous take on impact investing by Serge Raicher, venture philanthropy specialist.
The advocates of ecofrugality want to consume less. By doing that, they hope to have an impact on the environment... and on their wallets.
Today is international toilet day and, believe it or not, feces are more and more in fashion. They are a good way to solve a health problem and invent sustainable solutions to other issues.
In the wake of the African Grantmakers Network Assembly, Halima Mahomed, from TrustAfrica, takes stock of the state of African philanthropy.
As the end of year approaches, so does the deadline for the looming fiscal cliff in the U.S. Will charitable contributions feel the impact? Eugene Steurle, co-director of the Tax Policy Center and the Brookings Institution, answers our questions.
Looking for ideas on how to green-up your new year's eve plans? It's easier than you think!
The visit of two of the biggest American Philanthropists raises the question of Indian Philanthropy in a country that is soon to be the third global economic power.
Some of the deadliest sicknesses are neglected by the pharmaceutical and medical research. In picture.
The heirs of the creator of Levi's jeans gave a million dollars to the undocumented students of Berkeley University.
Greyston Bakery in the state of New York is a unique social enterprise. The state's first registered B-Corp has made a huge impact with its philosophy of hiring homeless people and giving people without any work history a chance to start afresh.
Youphil.com met with doctor Bindeshwar Pathak, the Indian philanthropist and social entrepreneur who helped thousands of untouchable women emancipate themselves.
Nearly 43.6 million Americans currently live under the poverty line. In the final lead up to the U.S. elections, re-read our article on poverty in the country.
How can one of the world's largest thrift stores help train people for jobs and be a successful social enterprise? James Gibbons, President and CEO of Goodwill Industries International explains their model and why it works.
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