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  • motivate
  • As a work of theatre scholarship, this dissertation seeks to reframe the debate over whether or not theatre is the ideal site of empathy, and whether such empathy can motivate social change. (cornell.edu)
  • organizations
  • But disenfranchised communities and the social organizations who serve them lack the resources to delve into this deluge of data. (shareable.net)
  • New York-based non-profit DataKind (formerly Data Without Borders) aims to address this skill and resource gap, connecting volunteer data scientists and developers with social organizations lacking the money, time, or the skills necessary to better serve their communities and address social ills through data analysis. (shareable.net)
  • DataKind connects researchers with social organizations through three programs: the DataFellows fellowship, which assigns data scientists to work with a particular organization, DataCorps, a distributed network of volunteers, and city-specific weekend DataDives. (shareable.net)
  • To ensure the events yield useful results, DataKind is equally selective when choosing partner social organizations. (shareable.net)
  • world
  • What do you believe is unique about being at Google that allows for powerful change throughout the world? (google.ee)
  • We empower them to be bold in their pursuit of social change and bring about a better world, faster. (google.ee)
  • resources
  • Calls on arts grantmakers to focus more resources on supporting social change in underserved communities. (issuelab.org)
  • More locally, we want to give local nonprofits the resources and support needed to be similarly bold in their approach to our region's toughest social challenges. (google.ee)
  • cultural
  • According to cultural anthropologist David F. Aberle, the four types of social change include alternative, redemptive, reformative and revolutionary. (reference.com)