Jagriti Yatra is an annual train journey of discovery across India for hundreds of enterprising young people. This summer, a similar project will launch in the UK with the aim of catalysing positive change in the most deprived communities.
As the British Council launches a landmark study on the state of the social enterprise sector in South Asia, Tristan Ace argues that such data is urgently needed to realise the vision of a world where business delivers social as well as financial impact.
Passionate social entrepreneur Sadhana Deshmukh explains why she wants to inspire other Indian women to go into business. This is the fourth in a series of British Council films showing social enterprises in action around the world.
The UK’s social investment sector is urged to harness potential of gender lens investing, students say no to fossil fuel investing in the US and greenhouses prove a life line to smallholder farmers in India.
Two new social impact bonds have been launched in the states of South Carolina and Connecticut in the US, students prepare to mobilise for social causes in the UK and USAID backs the Miller Centre for Social Entrepreneurship.