We explore how social entrepreneurs can reframe their mindset to truly ‘design for disability’, how investment boards can better serve Black-led social enterprises and what the findings of SEUK’s State of Social Enterprise Survey mean.
Social Business Coffee Breaks: Disability advocates from across the UK’s impact sector share their thoughts on how social enterprise leaders can make their businesses more inclusive and accessible for disabled employees and consumers.
MY IMPACT STORY: The award-winning disability rights campaigner and social entrepreneur shares his story of how he transformed pain to purpose – and became one of the most influential disabled people in the UK.
How did a kid from a London council estate end up advising the UN on inclusion? In this episode of the Good Leaders Podcast, Tim West speaks to social entrepreneur Atif Choudhury, founder of Zaytoun and Diversity & Ability.
UK equity and racial justice fund attracts hundreds of leaders and founders from underrepresented backgrounds – debunking fears that there would be insufficient demand from diverse leaders, fund manager says.
Talking about disability can be a very personal thing. But avoiding the topic entirely can leave disabled customers or employees feeling excluded and unable to access what they need. How can your organisation get it right?
A too-large portfolio, confused staff – and diluted impact: for Adecco Group Foundation, something had to change. A wholesale reset not only led to a new brand, it also helped the foundation to find its way to impact integrity.
Making room for diversity and inclusion goes beyond who you hire – it's also about who you choose to buy from. Shake up your supply chain with these five top tips from James Adeleke of social enterprise Generation Success.
Latest development in long-running saga that has seen dozens of disabled former employees left in hardship and an ex-management team member and well known social entrepreneur embroiled in a legal case with the company’s new owner.