Social entrepreneurship: a different lens of merit

2016 has so far proved to be a milestone year for the School for Social Entrepreneurs (SSE). Last month SSE India opened for business, building on the organisation's already global presence. Having been founded by Michael Young in 1997, SSE now operates in 12 locations across the UK and has schools in Ireland, India, Canada and Australia. 

CEO Alastair Wilson goes back to the organisation’s roots, explaining the links between social entrepreneurship, democracy and meritocracy. 



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