In partnership with the British Council, we explore social enterprise across the world, take a look at the opportunities and challenges in policy and practice – and shine a light on some of the leading examples of social innovation.
Sultan Hamidullah Atar recently negotiated with Isis as the Marawi City crisis continues. Practising conflict resolution in the Philippines, he explains how such services are social enterprises – provided by civil society and used by the community.
In a preview feature from the Pioneers Post Guide to Education and Training for Social Entrepreneurs, Ellie Ward reports on ways universities around the world are seeking out ways to support the social enterprise ecosystem.
From Seoul to Singapore and Delhi to Dhaka, governments across Asia are waking up to the role that social enterprise can play in delivering more sustainable and inclusive economic growth. Jonathan Wong, Alex Hannant and Tristan Ace discuss.
In an office in Hong Kong’s vibrant Sham Shui Po district, exciting collaborations are being formed between corporates and social startups to tackle the city’s social and environmental challenges. Oliver Holtaway reports on an emerging movement.
Malaysian government invests £0.5m to transform delivery of social services and boost its social economy. The developments have been inspired by other countries, including the UK, Thailand and South Korea.