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How healthcare can help heal communities and the planet
A recent study showed that the global healthcare sector is critical to achieving the SDGs and the comprehensive vision of health behind them. It concluded that healthcare is the most important sector for achieving six of the 17 goals, including those related to poverty, education, and employment.
Me And The System: The Personal Essay And Health Policy
Human beings have always had stories—and always will. Health (and health policy) is a quintessentially human realm, and its stories are as vivid and revealing as those from any area of human endeavor.
Preparing Doctors in Training for Health Activist Roles: A Cross-Institutional Community Organizing Workshop for Incoming Medical Residents
Utilizing community organizing and public narrative as a framework for effective physician advocacy to address health inequities.
Organizing Twenty-First-Century Activism: From Structure to Strategy in Latin American Social Movements
This article looks at the middle ground between social movements & interest groups by proposing a 3rd structure for social movement organizing, the federative coalition, through a case study of Brazil’s AIDS movement.
Marshall Ganz’s Research – List of articles, books and other papers
A list of Marshall Ganz's, Lecturer in Leadership, Organizing, and Civil Society at Harvard University, research including articles, books, etc.
What is Organizing? (Article)
An introduction to what is organizing by Marshall Ganz.
Case study on effectiveness of the LoA pedagogy in bridging caste and gender based divide in Education in Rajasthan, India
A case study of Marshall Ganz's organizing model being implemented to support girls to access education in India.
Building a Community Organizing Organization: Serbia on the Move (Case study)
Case study of how community organizing grew in Serbia and became an organization called Serbia on the Move.
Reclaiming Civil Society: Organizers renew democracy by building the capacity it requires
The promise of American democracy is at greater risk than at any time since the 1930s. Among the most important factors of America’s democracy crisis is an acute erosion in the power of civil society to assert its influence on both government and private wealth.
Social Entrepreneurship as Field Encroachment: How a Neoliberal Social Movement Constructed a New Field
Journal article about Social Enterprise and Entrepreneurship and neoliberalism.