Collaboration: A Selected Bibliography
Important Note: For those that understand Language Deception -- also
known by various other titles, from ‘stalking horse’ to ‘Hegelian
Dialectic’ to systems theory to ‘conflict resolution’, and many
more -- such change agents as pen such things as collaboration documents
do so with the knowledge that few people will realize their emotions are
being targeted, their intellect, paralyzed. Here’s how it is used
below: The word “collaboration” is used 160 times in this 43-page
document. The word “collaborative” or variations of it are used 59
times. “Cooperation” is used 22 times. “Cooperative” is used 5
times. “Change” or its variations is used 30 times.
“Coordination” is used 5 times. “Voluntary” is used 16 times.
“Environment” or its variations is used 12 times. “Conservation”
is employed just twice. “Community” or its variations are used 136
times. All right; now you know that your emotions are being used as a
means to achieve an end, an agenda, a plan. Please use your intellects
to discover how large the scope and how pervasive are the tentacles. It
is good to keep in mind Hosea 4:6: “My people
are destroyed for lack of knowledge.”)
Council on Foundations (COF)
are delighted to provide attendees to the Council on Foundations 2003
Annual Conference with this compilation of references on collaboration
in the nonprofit sector made possible by the Ewing Marion Kauffman
bibliography was compiled from a call for resources sent to the 2003
Annual Conference Planning Committee, the dozens of individuals who
designed sessions for the conference, and the 38 affinity groups
associated with the Council on Foundations.
extensive, this bibliography is by no means exhaustive.
reference received was included in the bibliography if the bibliographic
information could be verified.
The resulting selections are those that, in the judgments of the contributors, provide useful information for grantmakers.
more materials exist on the topic and we hope that you, as a user, will
add your favorites to this collection.
individuals and institutions listed below provided significant numbers
particularly acknowledge their efforts on behalf of their colleagues, as
well as the Council on Foundations Resource Center staff, for compiling,
verifying and designing this bibliography.
H. Wilder Foundation
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/ Project Title Web Site (if available)
Annenberg Challenge http://www.annenbergchallenge.org/
Aspen Roundtable on Comprehensive Community Initiatives
Change Purpose, Strategic Alliance Fund
Chicago Arts Partnerships in Education http://www.capeweb.org/
Chicago School Reform Collaborative
Child Care and Early Education Fund
Coalition of Community Foundations for Youth http://www.ccfy.org/
Collaboration of Environmental Funders in Maine
Consultative Group on Biological Diversity http://www.cgbd.org/
Donors’ Education Collaborative (NYC)
Early Childhood Funder Collaborative (NYC)
East Bay Funders for Base Conversion
East Bay Public Safety Corridor Project http://ojjdp.ncjrs.org/pubs/gun_violence/profile16.html
Energy Foundation http://www.energyfoundation.org/
Environmental Funders Group (Chicago)
• Environmental Law & Policy Center’s Transportation and Land use Reform Grassroots Fund
Finance Project http://www.financeproject.org/
Forum of Regional Association of Grantmakers: New Ventures in
Foundation Consortium (CA) http://www.foundationconsortium.org/
Funders Concerned about AIDS http://www.fcaaids.org/
Funders’ Forum on Antibiotic Resistance http://www.ega.org/AboutEGA/Working/index.cfm
Fund for Immigrants and Refugees (Chicago) http://www.donorsforum.org/fund/fund.html
Health and Environmental Funders Network http://www.hefn.org/
Hispanics in Philanthropy http://www.hiponline.org/
Initiative on Culture, Arts & Education (Cleveland)
Los Angeles Urban Funders http://www.scap.org/laufindex.htm
National AIDS Fund http://www.aidsfund.org/naf/funders/
National Community Development Initiative http://www.enterprisefoundation.org/about/annual/ncdi.asp
National Funding Collaborative on Violence Prevention http://www.peacebeyondviolence.org/who_gen.html
National Rural Funders’ Collaborative http://www.nrfc.org/
Neighborhood 2000 Fund (New York)
Neighborhood Funders Group http://www.nfg.org/
New England Grassroots Environment Fund http://www.grassrootsfund.org/
Northern California Grantmakers http://www.ncg.org/
Ohio Grantmakers Forum http://www.ohiograntmakers.org/
Partnership for Neighborhood Initiatives (Florida)
Partnership for Regional Livability
Resourceful Women http://www.rw.org/
Social Venture Partners http://www.svpseattle.org/
Sustainable Everglades Initiative
Sustainable Forestry Partnership http://sfp.cas.psu.edu/about_us.htm#About
Transportation Funders’ Group http://sfp.cas.psu.edu/about_us.htm#About