From venture competitions to hackathons to master’s degrees, students have more opportunity than ever to explore social entrepreneurship. Universities – and wider society – have much to gain, says Manchester University’s Robert Phillips.
As Australia gears up to host the Social Enterprise World Forum, Bryce Ives of Torrens University – a B Corp with a 'Be Good' ethos – explains why there's no better time for students to join the social enterprise movement.
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.
Human rights groups in Egypt have raised the alarm that the country's NGOs are under threat because of a new law taking away their autonomy. Elsewhere, an innovative campaign in Wisconsin, USA has been launched to promote social entrepreneurship.