We asked four women from our WISE100 network to choose a moment that shaped them. Watch the head of pro bono at Hogan Lovells as she shares a dramatic story of crisis, collaboration and rescue before a live audience in London.
A new London social enterprise cafe launched by CEO of NEMI Teas and SE100 winner Pranav Chopra employs and trains refugees. We share a coffee with its team as they find their feet in the opening weeks.
A chance conversation with a Sudanese journalist opened Pranav Chopra's eyes to the catch-22 faced by refugees seeking work in the UK. NEMI Teas, the social enterprise he set up in response, has since helped more than 20 refugees into employment.
The co-founder of a Middle East coding school and nonprofit on student dropout rates, rethinking team roles, and spending 24 hours a day with her co-founder. Plus, the Istanbul trainer getting to grips with a whole new way of working.
Women fleeing to Brazil may arrive empty-handed, alone and unable to speak the language. Young Storymaker Pedro Lira on a social enterprise helping them to find their feet and make a living, while serving Rio's flourishing catering industry.
After their landmark appearance at the World Championships in London, the Athlete Refugee Team are bringing different stories to the sport - and helping to change attitudes towards displaced people around the world.