Women social entrepreneurs around the world face considerable barriers – despite being the ones working hardest to dismantle them. A panel of women at the Skoll World Forum discussed causes and remedies.
Mission-driven businesses in Latin America, Spain and Portugal need a “new institutional architecture”: laws, regulation and policies that help them to flourish without stifling growth, according to new research by the UN and partners.
If you took some of the UK’s leading women in social enterprise and put them around a dinner table, what would they talk about? For the first in our WISE conversations series in Edinburgh, we found out.
The CEO of Social Enterprise UK, Peter Holbrook, committed to being a stronger advocate for gender equality and urged others to be more transparent about power imbalances within their organisations at the launch of a new report from the British Council.
June O'Sullivan of London Early Years Foundation, Maggie O'Carroll of The Women's Organisation and Sophi Tranchell of Divine Chocolate are among the social change-makers to feature on new WISE100 list.