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A selection of books, websites and blogs related to "Social Venture Forum"

“How to change the world” - David Bornstein

“Banker to the poor” - by Muhammad Yunus,Alan Jolis

“The art of the start” – Guy Kawasaki

“The world is flat” - Thomas L. Friedman

  • kivapedia.org -a great initiative to share with the Kiva community
  • kiva.org
  • About Microfinance
  • Tracks progress towards decreasing global poverty by 2015, Millennium
  • NextBillion.net
  • Ted.com
  • Skoll.org
  • ChangeMakers
  • SocialEdge.org
  • Omidyar Network
  • One.org
  • Acumen
  • Ashoka
  • PhilanthropyForum.com
  • theoryofchange.org
  • Wbcsd.org

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    GlobalGiving Invites Nominations

    GlobalGiving Invites NominationsGlobalGiving wants social change organizations to know that they don't have to be referred by another organization to be considered for inclusion on its Web site at www.globalgiving.com. Sometimes described as the "eBay of international development," GlobalGiving offers an open marketplace where social entrepreneurs from around the world can gain access to capital and other help they need to carry out their initiatives.

    Until recently, GlobalGiving relied upon partners in its current network to nominate qualified organizations to be listed on the site. Now GlobalGiving invites organizations to contact the organization directly. Just send an email with contact information and a brief description of your organization's programs to Manmeet Mehta at mmehta@globalgiving.com.

    "We're continually searching for innovative and accountable organizations with which to partner," explained Manmeet.

    Source: http://www.skollfoundation.org/