Evolution of the Digital Civil Society


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Tom Watson, Forbes contributor, reflects on civil society that has gone digital.

Watson unearthed a series of white papers that document how the civil society sector should plan for its own future. The Stanford Center on Philanthropy and Civil Society recognizes that the rise of the digital domain is somewhat responsible for pushing nonprofits in different directions, giving a stress on its funding efforts.


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