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Hope in the time of evictions

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From San Francisco to Guatemala City, grassroots movements remain strong to support people losing their homes.

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Agitation meet agriculture: The crops and crusades of marginalized communities in South Africa

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IDEX Board Member Sasha Rabsey reflects on her visit with the Surplus People Project and partners outside of Cape Town.

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“Buen Vivir”: Learnings from Indigenous Worldviews on Biocultural Diversity

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“We used to consult with the mountains, the plants, and the animals, but we’ve seen that the plants are confused…We are losing confidence in what the plants are telling us.”

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Well, well, well…how one small farmer could see his family’s future

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Prudent planning, savvy budgeting, and community contributions equal the judicious use of water in India.

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3 ways I brought the IDEX Academy home with me

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Pia Infante of the Whitman Institute reflects on the IDEX Academy and asks, how do I take my “retreat self” home?

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What can an artist-in-residence program do for your nonprofit?

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Theatrical jazz and the vulnerability and courage needed for social change

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“I Can’t Breathe”: The South Durban Community Environmental Alliance’s Toxic Tour

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In South Africa, a protest chant means something new for Gregory Hodge.

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What happens after the earthquake hits? Lessons from Nepal

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With more alternatives for giving directly to disaster responders, what do philanthropists need to consider? How IDEX scaled up its existing partnerships in Nepal.

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South African farmers march against Monsanto and into Parliament

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Excerpts from Biowatch South Africa’s June 2015 newsletter.

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Press Release: IDEX and NoVo Foundation forge new approach to philanthropic partnership

IDEX announces a seven-year, $2.65 million award from the NoVo Foundation that challenges the norms of philanthropy.

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