What's happening inside the Brussels bubble when it comes to the social economy? Euclid Network policy lead Toby Gazeley deciphers the latest news from the EU capital and tells us what to look out for next.
Crisis response and preparedness has come a long way – but to manage future disasters, we need to support a marketplace for tried-and-tested innovations – and to learn from experience in countries like India.
The Mirova founder and “sustainable finance activist” interviews philosophers and writes novels alongside running a company. He tells us why it's all connected – and why “strange animals” like Mirova are still needed amid concerns for the future.
Traditional funding is often too restricted and can encourage dependence. Grants that focus on boosting traded income can help social enterprises to grow on their own terms and become more sustainable.
We delve into purpose, profit and profitability with Demos – and a pair of your correspondent's climbing shoes. Plus, don't miss our interviews with Jeroo Billimoria and Kush Kanodia. This week's view from the Pioneers Post newsroom.
MY IMPACT STORY: The award-winning disability rights campaigner and social entrepreneur shares his story of how he transformed pain to purpose – and became one of the most influential disabled people in the UK.
Demos report claims reforming the Companies Act to put social and environmental impact at the heart of directors’ duties would add £149bn to UK GDP a year – but the political will for reform is needed.
The serial social entrepreneur and co-founder of Catalyst 2030 has a string of awards to her name. But Jeroo Billimoria isn't done yet. She tells us why representation of Global South changemakers is still woefully behind.
As populism takes hold in another European country, delegates at EVPA’s Impact Week in Turin consider what impact investors must do to convince policymakers to stop pursuing economic growth at all cost. Plus: EVPA announces a rebrand.
Almost two years on from the report his commission published on inequality in UK social investment, Lord Victor Adebowale says he doesn’t ‘apologise for being impatient’ about getting more funds to the UK’s black communities.
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