Access to funding for diverse entrepreneurs is not a "pipeline problem", we hear at this week's Impact Shakers Summit in Brussels. Plus: new backers for Suzanne Biegel's legacy fund and why a UN resolution on the social economy matters.
Sewing machines and micro-savings groups are just some of the tools used by social enterprises to create community cohesion and keep people healthy. Such innovations could help us redesign a resilient health system that starts at home, say experts.
The Sewing Rooms had great opportunities lined up earlier this year. Then Covid hit and everything went on hold. But the fighting spirit took over for our SE100 Resilience Award winner – The Sewing Rooms.