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 ever-rising Covid cases in Brazil tell a tragic tale – but one indigenous community in the Amazon region is reaching an international audience with their own story, while doing their bit to keep the virus at bay.
As online shopping has surged during the pandemic, independent artists have been struggling to make sales. London studio and business incubator Cockpit Arts aims to reconnect makers with buyers with its latest project.
With more than 17,000 islands and 300 languages, Indonesia proved a challenging country in which to deliver a national social enterprise bootcamp. But having learned many valuable lessons, a similar project is now planned for Scotland.
The first study of social investment in sub-Saharan Africa identifies 820 social investors and a growing role played by corporates. But capital is not matching demand and it is heavily skewed to just three countries.
Domestic workers are one of society’s greatest frontiers of untapped human potential. A partnership between organisations in South Africa and east London has been helping women to start their own creative businesses.
Youth unemployment is a growing problem in Greece, Croatia and Cyprus. The COOPower project is inspiring young people to create their own social enterprises and co-operatives to tackle the problem themselves.
In Indonesia, where disabled people often face discrimination, a collaborative project run by two social enterprises has supported entrepreneurial creative people with physical and mental disabilities to use their art to empower themselves.