Brazil’s coastal city Rio de Janeiro might seem worlds apart from the UK’s London borough of Hackney. But on a recent visit, three Brazilian visitors are inspired by British women's work in social enterprise.
Social entrepreneurs may acknowledge there’s a crisis unfolding, but that doesn’t mean there’s a clear path ahead for how they should respond. Are they falling short – or does the responsibility lie elsewhere?
Making it into the ranks of the country's top-performing social enterprises means achieving on multiple fronts. Seasoned leaders share their insights on what it takes to be a 'full-bodied' social enterprise.
Birdsong clothes are all made by women facing barriers to employment. Co-founders Sarah Slater and Sophie Neville – listed on the WISE100 and among Forbes' 30 under 30 social entrepreneurs – tell us what makes them tick.
New venture EVERYBODY helps make galleries and museums more inclusive for children with additional needs. Founder Aviva Leeman on what she's learned at Year Here – and where she's taking her business next.
Long waits for mental health services are a dangerous waste of time. A new venture, Lemonade, wants to step in when young people most need help – and its co-founders say they've been welcomed with open arms.