At this year’s Global Philanthropy Forum annual conference, we will be exploring ways that foundations and the non-profit sector can work with government and the Obama administration to address domestic and international crises. Rick Cohen, at The Cohen Report, recently provided an excellent summary of existing proposals from some leading organizations and thinkers in the field. If you are curious about how the Obama administration might work with the social sector – for example, will he create a White House Office of Social Entrepreneurship? – we suggest you check it out.
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