The serial social entrepreneur and co-founder of Catalyst 2030 has a string of awards to her name. But Jeroo Billimoria isn't done yet. She tells us why representation of Global South changemakers is still woefully behind.
Crisis response and preparedness has come a long way – but to manage future disasters, we need to support a marketplace for tried-and-tested innovations – and to learn from experience in countries like India.
Reporting from Madrid, where Fi Forum attendees discuss the feelgood factor of impact investing; fighting inertia when it comes to understanding investors' true impact; and breaking glass ceilings – this week from the Pioneers Post newsroom.
Women workers outnumber men in social economy organisations; leadership and pay gaps are also lower than in the wider economy. But a “considerable glass ceiling” persists. The OECD argues this needs to change.
The Mumbai slum romanticised in the film Slumdog Millionaire is to be redeveloped – but current plans ignore its function as a hub of enterprise and creativity. Sustainability-linked finance could unlock an alternative future.
Tamara Abed has been supporting social entrepreneurs through BRAC, one of the world's largest NGOs, for 20 years. As the future of development finance is changing, she tells us why leaders must start prioritising what really benefits humanity.
Doughnut Economics calls for an economy that is regenerative and distributive by design – and to get there, individual businesses must go much deeper than product innovation. Why "deep design" matters, and seven ways to get there.
Impact law isn't just about working for charities or social enterprises; nor is it confined to the USA or UK. Insights from a panel of experts on common misconceptions – plus the opportunities – in this fast-growing field.