Our work addresses three critical gaps in the support ecosystem for philanthropy and social impact in India.
Knowledge: The dearth of information about India’s philanthropy and social impact ecosystem impedes strategic decision-making and healthy sector debate.
We work to create and curate credible, accessible data and knowledge products that inform sector strategy and action.
Networks: A vibrant civil society requires opportunities for sustained dialogue, strategic advocacy, and collective action toward achieving Sustainable Development Goals.
We work to provide independent, non-partisan platforms that facilitate building sector vision, voice, and norms.
Capabilities: Funders and NGOs have expressed a clear need for quality programmes aimed at building, leading, and governing sustainable institutions for social impact.
We work to develop emerging leaders and strengthen sector capabilities on strategy, scale, and governance.
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Cultivating a stronger civil society for a vibrant and equitable India. Housed at @AshokaUniv & directed by @IngridSrinath.
#Humour | Of course, we had to make a version of this meme trend. Click below to meet a few of the social impact characters we are all too familiar with.
As I start winding down my engagement with @AshokaCSIP, John Hagan’s perspective resonates strongly. How much of your bandwidth is devoted to taking on the biggest challenges of our time? What makes your heart sing? https://twitter.com/SSIReview/status/1554155049626083332
#ThrowbackThursday | A throwback to Prof Thomas DeLong’s session, one of the highest-rated sessions of RSN 2021. Prof DeLong is back for RSN 2022. If you think you or your peers should attend, visit https://csip.ashoka.edu.in/RSN2022
Applications are open for #RSN2022, a three-day course by @AshokaCSIP.
If you are a non-profit organisation in India looking to adapt and thrive in India’s challenging new landscape, send in your application by August 7, 2022: http://ow.ly/vrgF50K8gA6