Covid-19 forced last year’s Social Enterprise World Forum – one of the biggest global gatherings for social entrepreneurs – entirely online. But SEWF founder Gerry Higgins says there's still hope for some face-to-face gatherings this year.
Although this year's Social Enterprise World Forum was online-only, it didn't stop the delegates making the most of the musical finale with disco-funk legend and philanthropist Nile Rodgers. The wrap film shows the highlights.
Throwing money at a problem won't work – instead you need to invest in young people who are solving their own communities’ challenges, said disco-funk guitarist Nile Rodgers in the final session of the Social Enterprise World Forum.
Post-pandemic economies should shift focus from economic growth to citizens' wellbeing – and social enterprises have a key role to play, policymakers from Scotland and Amsterdam said at the Social Enterprise World Forum 2020.
STARS OF SEWF2020: Rona Glynn-McDonald is a proud Kaytetye woman who, as a director at YLab and founder of the nonprofit Common Ground, is flipping the power dynamic when it comes to influencing change.
The work of the global social enterprise community is more vital than ever during the global Covid-19 pandemic, says Social Enterprise World Forum chair Helene Malandain in her online welcome address at the first ever SEWF Digital event.