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Twenty-five years ago, beloved comic artist and editor Art Spiegelman published Maus, his Pulitzer-winning classic about the Holocaust...
There’s only one thing better than playing games…and that’s inadvertently helping others whilst playing games. Yes, it can be done. Raise The Village shows us how.
Now we know Transmedia is so powerful to reshape our knowledges and perceptions. But it could also help us to make the world a better place.
Using photos and word prompts to inspire participants’ creativity, TimeSlips provides a fun, low-pressure way for people with dementia to spark their imaginations...
Miniclip and Teenage Cancer Trust have designed a game to make you pull your hair out for a good cause.
To assist in the effort, Mattel executives teamed up with Lauren Parsekian and Molly Thompson, creators of the Kind Campaign, a grass-roots movement that offers an empowerment solution to bullying.
Lily, a 7-year-old girl, is meant to represent one of the 17 million American children that the Department of Agriculture estimates has limited or uncertain access to food.
The new Shine a Light on Breast Cancer campaign includes the launch of a new Facebook app, website, and YouTube and Tumblr integration.
A forthcoming game from Channel 4 seeks to analyse how our cities might be mended by empowering communities, writes Keith Stuart...
Infographics represent a natural extension of storytelling: telling the story of data. [This article is interesting for storytelling, in general, not just for Nonprofits]