When the going gets tough, what keeps you going? Acumen explores the 'beautiful struggle' of social change and the importance of accompaniment while on the path of leadership with UK Fellows Duro Oye and John Harrison.
New guidance for schools instructs teachers to not use anti-capitalist material in England's classrooms. What does this mean for the education of alternative world-views and the future of socially entrepreneurial thinking?
Lockdown has one upside: it's easier than ever to rub shoulders with social entrepreneurs and impact investors from around the world – without even leaving your desk. Here are 10 to add to your schedule.
Acumen is building a global community of social innovators – and now, it's opening up its 700-strong fellowship to UK-based changemakers. Know someone brave enough to reimagine the world? Nominate or apply by 31 May.
PLUS: Covid-19 announcements you may have missed; ADB Ventures tech fund raises first $50m; EU invests €1m in Oneplanetcrowd platform; grants for UK energy innovators; and more from the world of investing for good.
Three big questions remain if impact investing is to fulfil its potential. In the final of a three-part series, the University of Heidelberg’s Gorgi Krlev asks: why do we still know so little about impact investing markets?