New Video Series on Collective Impact

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New Video Series on Collective Impact

Short videos describe approach to large-scale social change
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This series of short videos describes the concept of collective impact, a collaborative approach to solving large-scale social problems. The video explains the idea, and shows collective impact in action using The Elizabeth River Project and The Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition (GAIN) as examples.

Tuesday, June 26, 2012 - 1:00pm

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New Video Series on Collective Impact

Over the past year, the concept of collective impact has been featured in the New York Times, shared at the White House, and named a top philanthropy buzzword.

First written by FSG's John Kania and Mark Kramer in the Stanford Social Innovation Review's Winter 2011 issue, collective impact is a rigorous approach to solving social problems where organizations — including those in government, civil society, and the business sector — coordinate their efforts around a clearly defined goal.

FSG has created a short video series to illustrate the concept of collective impact. The series includes an explanation of collective impact, and demonstrates the conditions of collective impact using examples from The Elizabeth River Project and The Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition (GAIN).

Learn more about collective impact here: http://www.fsg.org/OurApproach/CollectiveImpact.aspx.

 

 

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Carrie Benjamin
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FSG
Keywords: Social Impact & Volunteering | Collective Impact | FSG | Government | Responsible Business & Employee Engagement | collaboration | nonprofit

CAMPAIGN: Collective Impact

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