"How can Britain move from responding to an immediate crisis to taking a long-term approach to integrating refugees and asylum seekers into British life?" Simon Rowell from Big Society Capital considers whether social investment could play a part.
"Social enterprises are shaping the future of the 21st century and Amsterdam wants to be in the middle of it." This week the European Commission launched its 2016 Social Innovation Competition in the Dutch capital.
Approximately 750,000 migrants are estimated to have arrived in Europe by sea so far this year. The European Venture Philanthropy Annual Conference highlights the social ventures working to support them.
Opportunities arising from EU enthusiasm, the sharing economy and the new UK government's economic agenda are there for the taking if you're a social enterprise, says London-based academic Alex Murdock.