Friday Link Round Up

by Michele Martin on June 16, 2017

This week we’re sharing some miscellaneous links:

Why You Should Care About Bots If You Care About Social Justice–Bots are all over the news lately and it turns out that when it comes to advocacy and social justice, we should be paying attention, as this article from the Ford Foundation points out.

199 Amazing Free or Cheap Online Tools for Nonprofits–From organizing online discussion forums to managing events, here are some great free and low-cost tools to check out.

Solidarity Economy and Community Development–Although “academic” this paper takes an extremely interesting look at the values and practices of the “solidarity economy,” a more democratic form of economic organizing that supports community organizing and development.

Governing a Collaborative Organization–Ideas on how to structure and work with your Board to work more collaboratively.

PEST Analysis–The PEST analysis is a tool/framework for looking at how external factors in 4 areas (Political, Economic, Social, Technological) may impact your CIL. It’s particularly useful in conjunction with doing a SWOT analysis as you develop strategic plans.

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