How do you gather meaningful data for an impact report – and how do you use it to improve your organisation? Martin Cosarinsky Campos and Harry George from social enterprise Breadwinners share what works in our latest episode.
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.