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Garment Workers: The Heart and Soul of Fashion-image

July 15, 2021 | Makayla Canfield

Garment Workers: The Heart and Soul of Fashion

Without garment workers, there is no fashion. Fashion and human rights are inextricably linked. COVID-19 created significant setbacks for garment workers in the fashion industry in the fight for preserving their rights, significantly increasing fashion’s impact on people and the...

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Building a Diverse and Inclusive Culture Across Industries-image

July 12, 2021 | The Impact Executive

Building a Diverse and Inclusive Culture Across Industries

Sherina Edwards, President and CEO of INTREN, articulates the need to build a more diverse and inclusive culture not only within her company but across her industry while also reflecting back on her career as an Impact Executive.

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Faith in Action: GSF’s Vaccines for All-image

June 28, 2021 | Handshake

Faith in Action: GSF’s Vaccines for All

The Global Solidarity Fund (GSF) last month spotlighted issues to be addressed as well as promising innovations in distributing the COVID-19 vaccine to those who are most vulnerable and marginalized in our world. The roundtable discussion, Vaccines for All: Unique...

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The Ultimate Guide to Global Social Impact Events-image

June 24, 2021 | Maggie Stimpson

The Ultimate Guide to Global Social Impact Events

There are key moments throughout the year that corporations in the social impact space must be tracking to stay relevant. These are the places where visibility of social impact strategies and initiatives is the strongest. It is where the convening...

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Listen Up! Podcasts that Inspire AND Inform You-image

June 23, 2021 | Handshake

Listen Up! Podcasts that Inspire AND Inform You

Many of us rely on podcasts to learn about new topics, stay informed, and get inspired. For those who consider themselves social impact enthusiasts or just curious learners, podcasts have become a platform that offer the latest updates and insights...

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Protecting Maritime Workers-image

June 22, 2021 | Julia Cox

Protecting Maritime Workers

Among the many lessons learned from the past year, one that deserves more attention is the fragility of the global supply chain and the importance of those working to support it. From 2020 to today we have seen the availability...

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Spotlight: Driving Impact for Racial Equality-image

June 21, 2021 | The Impact Executive

Spotlight: Driving Impact for Racial Equality

The Impact Executive serves as a platform to elevate the voices of leaders dedicated to creating real and sustainable social change. Representing all sectors, these leaders use their values, passion, and innovation to drive progress across their organizations and in...

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The G7 Summit, Explained-image

June 11, 2021 | Nessa Garcia

The G7 Summit, Explained

The G7 (Group of 7) is comprised of many of the world’s biggest economic powers. The leaders of these nations have convened for the G7 Summit annually since the 1970s. The members include the UK, USA, Canada, Japan, Germany, France...

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From Impact to Chief Impact Officer-image

June 11, 2021 | Simone Singh

From Impact to Chief Impact Officer

Prince Harry made headlines when he decided to join BetterUp Inc., a growing coaching and mental health firm, as the firm’s first Chief Impact Officer. While this C-suite role isn’t new by any means, it is innovative in the private...

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Faith Leaders Creating Change-image

June 7, 2021 | The Impact Executive

Faith Leaders Creating Change

Impact Executives are dedicated to creating real and lasting social impact through pushing boundaries. They come from varying industries and organizations and use innovation and courage to solve the world's most pressing challenges.

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How The Private Sector Can Stand Up To Stop #AAPI Hate-image

May 27, 2021 | Simone Singh

How The Private Sector Can Stand Up To Stop #AAPI Hate

In 1992 Congress designated May as National Asian Pacific American Heritage Month (APAHM) to celebrate the achievements and contributions of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders in the US. This year we should consider how leaders, companies, and communities can become better...

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Everyday Life Shouldn’t Be Treated Like A Crime-image

May 11, 2021 | Kathleen Ralston

Everyday Life Shouldn’t Be Treated Like A Crime

Did you know every four minutes, someone on probation or parole is sent to prison for a technical violation, NOT for committing any sort of crime? There are currently 6.6M people in the US justice system and 4.5M of them...

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