Issue #14: Climate Confusion: why social enterprise still hasn't figured out its role in the crisis

The digital version of the 14th edition of our print magazine, Pioneers Post Quarterly, is available to read for our subscribers here.

This issue includes:

  • The great climate confusion: Why social enterprise still hasn’t found its role in the crisis
  • Ethiopia: driving the winds of change in a fast-evolving economy
  • Regina Honu: the Ghanaian entrepreneur proving that girls and computers do mix
  • Expert advice on hiring ex-offenders
  • Opinion: Is Big Society Capital a big problem? 

PLUS: our regular columns on good governance and impact investing, our ‘Close-up’ photo feature, social investment highlights and more. 

We’ll be adding these and other features to the website over the coming weeks and months.

Please note that this digital version of the printed magazine is premium subscriber-only content. By subscribing you'll unlock all premium content on this website, including videos and podcasts, plus you will receive the printed magazine through your door each quarter! 

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The Guv'nor: It's a trust thing

Our governance columnist talks to Immy Kaur about challenging preconceptions, getting away from ideal definitions of a ‘diverse’ board member – and the upcoming reinvention of Impact Hub Birmingham.

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Judah Armani - InHouse Records

Day in the Life: Judah Armani

The founder of In House Records – a record label under which all music is produced and performed by prisoners, and the winner of our 2019 Trailblazing Newcomer Award – talks us through his typical day.