How can social enterprises get contracts with corporate and other clients as part of an ethical supply chain? Start with these five expert tips from Aoise Keogan-Nooshabadi, co-founder of Supply Change. Part two in our special WISE100 webinar.
How can social businesses make sure their suppliers aren't letting them down on social and environmental impact? Jo Salter, founder of ethical brand Where Does it Come From, shares expert tips in part one of our recent NatWest WISE100 webinar.
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.
Gina McCarthy, Mary Robinson and other leading women in the fight against climate change emphasise at the Skoll World Forum that scientific solutions alone are not enough – people’s needs must be considered too.
Euclid Network’s list, announced today, celebrates 100 changemakers with “outstanding leadership skills and commitment”, whose work is inspiring others while helping create a fairer and greener economy.
Some 90% of ICT specialists in the Czech Republic are men. A grant from the Velux Foundations will help social enterprise Czechitas to change this by expanding its affordable computer training for women and girls.
Impact measurement is not only challenging – it can also be a distraction from what really matters, argues our columnist, who draws on conversations with some of the women critiquing and reimagining this burgeoning industry.