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2016 Spring Colloquium: A Conversation on the Social Sector

When: 
Tuesday, May 24, 2016 -
10:00am to 1:30pm
Where: 
George Street Playhouse, 9 Livingston Avenue, New Brunswick, NJ
$60.00
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The Changing Public Contract = Changing Expectations

Every other year, the Council brings together recognized thought leaders from both the philanthropic and nonprofit sectors for a conversation exploring topics of critical interest to the future of the social sector. The 2016 Spring Colloquium considered the changing “public contract” and the growing expectations of the social sector.

We hope you enjoyed the discussions that reflected on the shift that is taking place in responsibility for providing public services that have historically been in the domain of government.

MODERATOR
Robert S. Collier
President and CEO, Council of Michigan Foundations (Bio)

PANELISTS
Elizabeth T. Boris
Founding Director, Center on Nonprofits and Philanthropy at the Urban Institute (Bio)

Emily Tow Jackson
Executive Director and President, The Tow Foundation (Bio)

Michael McAfee 
Vice President for Programs, PolicyLink (Bio)

CNJG sincerely thanks our 2016 Spring Colloquium Sponsors: PSEG - Signature Sponsor; JPMorgan Chase & Co. - Lunch and Conversation Sponsor; FirstEnergy Foundation - Program Book Sponsor; PKF O'Connor Davies - Exhibitor Sponsor; and the  Campbell Soup Company - Supporting Sponsor. We also thank the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation for providing additional support.

 

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2016 Colloquium (CW)

Articles & Websites of Interest
Urban Institute
The Broken Contract: Inequality and American Decline by George Packer
Private-Market Misfires and Misconceptions
Problems Only Government Can Solve
How Citizens Can Have a Genuine Voice in Policymaking
Flint Philanthropies Consider Long-term Response to Water Crisis
In the Aftermath of FEGS, Human Service Providers Warn of Crisis
New York Nonprofits in the Aftermath of FEGS: A CALL TO ACTION
Enhancing Programs & Services for New Jerseyans by Improving Government/Non-Profit Contracting
10 Ways to Correct Privatization’s Mistakes at Bergen Regional Medical Center
Texas Relying on Nonprofit Clinics for Zika Defense
Philanthropy and the State: Divisions of Labor and Authority
Introducing the City Accelerator's Third Cohort
Why Some Charities May Want to Re-Think Taking Government Grants
As Water Infrastructure Crumbles, Many Cities Seek Private Help
Philanthropy in the New Age of Government Austerity
Charity Can't Fill Holes in Aid to Poor
Grant Makers Need a New Approach to Reversing Inequities in America’s Cities
Can Philanthropy Help the Feds Bring Sustainable Food Systems to Scale?
Hometown Crisis and the Role of Philanthropy
In Flint, is philanthropy stepping in for government?
The Nonprofit Sector in Brief 2015: Public Charities, Giving, and Volunteering
Podcast: Philanthropy’s Role in Democracy Today
Opioid crisis creating nonprofit demand

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