The U.S. is home to more than 230 million living outside of their country of birth.
To mark World Humanitarian Day, celebrate the spirit that inspires all aspects of humanitarian work around the world.
Research suggests that people behave more ethically and give more when there are eyes watching them.
The role of data in humanitarian relief efforts is becoming more essential in preventing, and addressing natural and non-natural disasters.
For individuals considering giving education in crisis zones, the priorities are access, quality, and infrastructure.
Giving free legal aid to people in poverty and to the vulnerable makes a lot of sense.
Public health managers’ advice to reduce tuberculosis in the world is to first reduce diabetes.
It is true that much progress has been made in all of the eight MDGs, but are they sustainable?
What is venture philanthropy and how can families choose the right charity to ‘invest’ in?
Managing firms in developing countries often have to pay government bribes just to get the job finished.
Giving blood is a wonderful way to support strangers – and to support someone’s wellbeing.
Empathy is what motivates people support a worthy cause or provide a shoulder to cry on.
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