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What Is Collective Impact?

This series of short videos describes the concept of collective impact, and shows the 5 conditions of collective impact in action using The Elizabeth River Project and The Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition (GAIN) as examples. Please share with others who are working to tackle large-scale social problems, and help us build the collective impact movement. Please watch below or on YouTube.

What Is Collective Impact?


Here’s How They Use Collective Impact: Elizabeth River


Here’s How They Use Collective Impact: GAIN

 

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Jackie Werth
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Would be helpful if you posted videos that show how the principles behind Collective Impact are actually executed within a profiled project or initiative. This would make these principles more concrete for the viewer. tx
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FSG
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Thanks for the feedback, Jackie!
Kent Koth
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I like the two video show collective impact in action. An additional video focusing on educational intiative that uses collective impact would be very beneficial to our work.
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FSG
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Thanks, Kent. That is a very good suggestion!
Branka Minic
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Thank you, this is of great interest to us at ManpowerGroup as we focus our efforts against Human Trafficking/Forced Labor with a number of different organizations. Do you have specific advice on what processes a group of organizations need to follow to ensure all 5 essential elements are create?
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Carrie Benjamin
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Dear Branka - many thanks for your comment! For more information on the 'how to' of collective impact, please read "Channeling Change." www.fsg.org/channelingchange
Best,
Carrie
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