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Entries by Rahim Kanani from 10/2010

Measuring Human Rights: An In-depth Discussion with Andrea Rossi of the Carr Center for Human Rights Policy

| Posted 10.04.2010 | Impact

This idea that the norm creates the policy is simply incorrect in the field of human rights. While the norm is the pillar, and without the norm you can forget about the policy, but in the middle, between the norm and policy, there is evidence. The idea should be we move from the norm, to the evidence, to the policy.

The Dean of MIT's Sloan School of Management on Social Impact, Collaborative Learning and More

| Posted 10.11.2010 | Impact

MIT Sloan School of Management chooses a mission to develop principled, innovative leaders who improve the world, and to develop the ideas that improve management practice.

Sophie Delaunay of Doctors Without Borders USA (MSF) on Global Health Financing

| Posted 10.13.2010 | Impact

It's quite ironic that on one hand there has never been such strong mobilization and acknowledgement of global health needs, and still, the funding and policies do not proportionately match the momentum or awareness.

$500,000 Raised for Flood Relief in Pakistan at New Yorker Benefit

| Posted 10.13.2010 | New York

"Ultimately, we were underestimating ourselves, but more importantly, we were underestimating our friends, neighbors, colleagues, and New Yorkers in general."

A Conversation with Diana Aviv, President and CEO of Independent Sector

| Posted 10.14.2010 | Impact

Finding new ways to capture the strength and experience of the Baby Boomers, while still nurturing subsequent generations will be an important challenge ahead.