Legend of British television Dame Esther Rantzen is our latest passenger in the cab for this film. Recently made an Ashoka fellow, she discusses her work addressing the challenges of child abuse and loneliness amongst older people.
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.
In Bangladesh, Nila and other underprivileged children are learning valuable computer programming skills. This is the third in a series of films from the British Council showing social enterprises in action around the world.
Sameen Batool started a social enterprise to create sustainable employment for women in rural Pakistan. This is the second in a series of films from the British Council showing social enterprises in action around the world.
In the fourth instalment of our Black Cab Interview series, we took Sir Ronald Cohen out for a spin. Peace in the Middle East, the easy availability of money and, of course, impact investment were all up for discussion.
Tim West, head honcho at Matter&Co, the communications agency behind Pioneers Post, is set to offer mentoring to one of CAN³’s accelerator participants. Here he shares his top tips for storytelling for social enterprises
In the third of our Black Cab Interviews, we enjoyed the company and opinions of Turning Point's CEO and member of the House of Lords Victor Adebowale. He had something to say about his fellow members, as well as fairness and collaboration.