Post-pandemic economies should shift focus from economic growth to citizens' wellbeing – and social enterprises have a key role to play, policymakers from Scotland and Amsterdam said at the Social Enterprise World Forum 2020.
Do social entrepreneurs in the UK and New Zealand share the same reserve about celebrating their impact? Two leaders from opposite ends of the world, who will meet at this year’s Social Enterprise World Forum, have a Skype chat...
The earthquake that hit Christchurch in New Zealand in 2011 was devastating. It was followed by government intervention that limited community involvment. But now social enterprise is contributing to a more inclusive future for the city.
From Seoul to Singapore and Delhi to Dhaka, governments across Asia are waking up to the role that social enterprise can play in delivering more sustainable and inclusive economic growth. Jonathan Wong, Alex Hannant and Tristan Ace discuss.