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Philanthropy for digital safety

With one in five women in Canada experiencing online harassment, and government regulation and corporate motivation lacking, philanthropy has a responsibility to fill the gap, writes the Canadian Women’s Foundation’s Andrea Gunraj.

Convincing people that change is possible by ‘painting the beautiful tomorrow’

Contributor Christina Palassio talked to renowned communications strategist Anat Shenker-Osorio recently about the power and promise of positive messaging and how non-profits and charities – from leaders and funders to fundraisers and communicators – can navigate increasingly polarized and polarizing political and cultural environments and move donors and supporters to take action for lasting positive, unifying change.