Three ways social entrepreneurs work in conflict regions

Social entrepreneurs in conflict regions react to the situation by adapting to, addressing and altering conflict, according to research among key actors within the still small social enterprise scene in Afghanistan. And, rather than letting the highly challenging situation control them, they're managing to take control of the conflict – and are conducting what researchers Alina Spanuth and Ali Aslan Gümüsay describe as “extra-ordinary” social venturing.



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