Former UK prime minister David Cameron – a self-styled "midwife" of social investment – warns that we have a fight on our hands to get impact on the desks of world leaders, at the 2020 GSG Global Impact Summit.
Children’s services – viewed by many as the last big unreformed area of local public service delivery – came under the spotlight this week as the UK Prime Minister praised the work of social enterprise Achieving for Children.
It's not every day that the Prime Minister invites you to hop on a plane to Milan. But that's exactly what happened to CEO of Belu Karen Lynch, who this week flew the social enterprise flag at the EXPO UK National Day.
The first of the coalition parties has published its manifesto. Whilst it trumpeted the successes achieved during this government’s term, it fell short of detailed plans for social ventures should they hold on to power.
With weeks to go until the UK general election, Nicky Stevenson and Helen Fitzhugh were at the Houses of Parliament to launch their new book exploring definition debates, political narratives – and the future of social enterprise.
Cameron may have once described it as his "greatest passion" but mentions of the Big Society are likely to be few and far between in his election campaign. Rodney Schwartz reflects on the initiative – the good, the bad and the controversial.