I’ve spent time the past week reading through Networks that Work, a handy and concise ... More
People all over the world are trying to work together in more collaborative ways in order to change things for the better – within their organizations, within their communities, and beyond. IISC builds the capacity of people to collaborate for greater social impact by modeling, practicing, and teaching the skills and tools of collaboration. In all of our work, we view collaboration through these three lenses:
- Building power, pursuing equity, ensuring inclusion
- The power of networks to leverage social change
- Love as a force for social transformation
IISC works with organizations, communities, networks, and others to build their capacity for more effective, equitable and inclusive social change. And we offer workshops that provide participants with the opportunity to learn and practice the skills and tools of collaboration for social change so that they can do everything from designing meetings to building and running organizations and networks with greater social impact.
Grassroots Leadership Development Fund
One way we demonstrate our commitment to social justice is by building the leadership and collaborative capacity of grassroots leaders to engage, speak out, and participate fully in determining the policies and decisions that affect their lives and their communities. Learn more
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“Ultimately if we are to avoid failure in the most critical work of this century, the ... More
IISC is hiring a Communications Manager! Check out the full job posting here, with information about how to apply.
Working Better Together: Building Nonprofit Collaborative Capacity IISC Senior Associate Curtis Ogden was a thought partner in the development of the insights offered in a new publication from Grantmakers for Effective Organizations (GEO). Read more.