Sustainable energy entrepreneur Harish Hande argues that a major shift towards greater social equality will only happen when businesses understand "it is not about profiting from the poor but... by partnering with the poor".
For the first issue of our new print magazine, Pioneers Post Quarterly, we spoke to Muhammad Yunus. Nearly a decade since he suggested we put poverty in a museum, we asked the great man how we can do it.
2015 Sankalp Global Forum: India's minister for science, technology and earth sciences has pedged "maximum support" to India's growing community of social entrepreneurs that are tackling inequality with innovative business models.
The Real Lettings Property Fund is tackling homelessness in a different way. It has provided secure tenancies in its own properties for 240 of London's homeless people to date, and has now closed to new investors.
This year Pioneers Post travelled to Malaysia with the British Council to help equip a group of aspiring journalists with the skills needed to tell the stories of social innovators who are taking on the country's biggest social and environmental challenges.
A new book by Anton Simanowitz and Katherine Knotts starts with Selia's story, a woman from Cambodia and beneficiary of microcredit. As she tells her story a pressing issue comes to light – the unintended consequences of doing good.