Our publications draw upon the vast knowledge and experience of the Heller School faculty, its internationally renowned research centers, and practioners in the social justice philanthropy field that explore our most important contemporary social challenges. These publications provide useable knowledge to the philanthropic community to help help inform a social justice mission.
One such series of publications that Sillerman is working on is our "Social Justice Funder Opportunity Briefs," which explore complex social justice challenges and investigate specific funding opportunities that address those challenges. We focus on funding areas that are particularly well suited for philanthropy, backed up by research and sustainable practices. The first brief in this series is Post-Secondary Education for People in Prison.