• ‘We need black leaders leading black funds’: Victor Adebowale condemns slow pace of change in UK social investment

    Almost two years on from the report his commission published on inequality in UK social investment, Lord Victor Adebowale says he doesn’t ‘apologise for being impatient’ about getting more funds to the UK’s black communities.

  • WISE100 Women in Social Enterprise Awards 2024 open for nominations

    Your chance to nominate the UK's leading women in social impact, with five awards to be announced at our WISE100 celebration, including a new Equality & Empowerment Champion. Nominate by midnight, Sunday 14 January 2024! 

  • The Impact Library: exclusive access for our subscribers

    Especially for our subscribers – find out how you can access our huge library of content available in the Pioneers Post Impact Library, including knowledge, insight and good practice from two decades of coverage of social enterprise and impact investment around the world.

  • Beware the anti-woke narrative: EVPA’s Impact Week focuses on the power of impact investors to create positive change

    As populism takes hold in another European country, delegates at EVPA’s Impact Week in Turin consider what impact investors must do to convince policymakers to stop pursuing economic growth at all cost. Plus: EVPA announces a rebrand.

  • Legislating for all businesses to be purpose-led will boost UK economy, argues think tank

    Demos report claims reforming the Companies Act to put social and environmental impact at the heart of directors’ duties would add £149bn to UK GDP a year – but the political will for reform is needed.