The earthquake that hit Christchurch in New Zealand in 2011 was devastating. It was followed by government intervention that limited community involvment. But now social enterprise is contributing to a more inclusive future for the city.
Know One, Teach One's founder Jimmy Pham tells Pioneers Post about his mission to help the street kids of Vietnam, why he chose social enterprise and why he's excited for the upcoming SEWF 2017 in New Zealand.
Support for social enterprise is growing fast in the host country for this year’s Social Enterprise World Forum. Islay Rackham of Kilmarnock Enterprises and Helene Malandain of the Åkina Foundation are our guides.
From Seoul to Singapore and Delhi to Dhaka, governments across Asia are waking up to the role that social enterprise can play in delivering more sustainable and inclusive economic growth. Jonathan Wong, Alex Hannant and Tristan Ace discuss.
Innovation funded by UNICEF is changing the way the charity can protect children and raise funds. Ahead of her appearance at the Social Enterprise World Forum, we got excited about innovation with CEO of UNICEF NZ Vivien Maidaborn.
Kilmarnock in New Zealand employs 80 people with intellectual disabilities, delivers commercial contracts for big businesses and is about to launch its own training academy. But just a few years ago the organisation was at breaking point.
“I have the most amazing job in the world!” says Minnie Baragwanath, founder of Be. Accessible in New Zealand. She will be speaking at the Social Enterprise World Forum in September about her social enterprise journey.