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.
The creative industries represent a huge – and fast-growing – sector of the global market. But creative businesses are also building practical solutions to social problems and giving a voice to the marginalised.
Technology is the key to transforming the lives of disabled people, believes Ghanaian Derick Omari. His award-winning social enterprise trains people with disabilities to use IT to get educated and employed.
It has been a good year for this year's UK Social Enterprise of the Year award-winner, Cafédirect – but it hasn't always been this way. Pioneers Post hears the story behind the coffee company's fall and rise.
Nearly half of social entrepreneurs identified in new research carried out in the world’s fourth most populous country are aged between 25 and 34 years old. And it’s the creative industries where many of them focus their efforts.