What happens when a support programme ends? The second episode of this two-part series explores what we can learn from Enhance Social Enterprise, a EU-funded social enterprise support scheme in the south-west of England.
New guidance for schools instructs teachers to not use anti-capitalist material in England's classrooms. What does this mean for the education of alternative world-views and the future of socially entrepreneurial thinking?
Pushing for an economy that works for all is a cause we can all get behind. But is it time for the social enterprise movement to move on from trying to influence from the inside, and start fighting harder from the outside?
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?