More than 400 people from the UK social enterprise sector gathered in London last night to celebrate the achievements of outstanding ventures at the 2015 Social Enterprise UK Awards. Find out who took home the trophies here.
The Big Issue has teamed up with social enterprise coffee suppliers Old Spike Roastery to launch Change Please, a venture that will train and employ homesless people to run coffee carts for caffeine lovers.
87% of entrepreneurs running a social venture felt social entrepreneurship needs to be better understood by the public. UnLtd launches new strategy to take social entrepreneurship into the mainstream and wants young people on board.
Baroness Glenys Thornton has long been a champion of social enterprise in the UK. The Labour peer and current CEO of The Young Foundation takes us to some of the places in East London that have shaped her career.
In the second Black Cab interview, former minister for equalities in the House of Lords Baroness Glenys Thornton reflects on her career and considers the challenges facing social enterprises in the UK.