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The COVID Response Alliance for Social Entrepreneurs (CRASE) offers eight areas of collaborative action in support of social entrepreneurs around the world.
Supporting SMEs with ready connectivity and digital solutions will be critical to economic recovery following the pandemic – and to successfully achieving the SDGs.
Social intrapreneurs can create innovative business solutions to social or environmental problems, using the assets and resources of their own companies.
Encouraging Indonesians to buy locally produced goods is vital to supporting the country's entrepreneurs - as well as the national economy.
Working with and supporting businesses that have a social benefit is one way organisations can contribute to a more inclusive and equal society.
Female social entrepreneurs can add to economic growth and poverty reduction as we shape a sustainable and inclusive recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic.
Our latest House on Fire podcast looks at marine conservation and the huge economic and environmental opportunities it offers.
Join us for the virtual award ceremony to celebrate the winner of the Social Entrepreneur of the Year - India 2020 competition on 26 November 2020 at 18.00-19.00 IST (13.30-14:30 CET).
Social innovators and artists are transforming society. Examples include redefining storytelling, changing stereotypes and giving a voice to the voiceless.
There are growing concerns over a slowdown in entrepreneurial activity at the world's universities. Here's why it matters - and how to get back on track.
The recent influx of new technologies in Africa needs to be capitalized upon by the education sector, which has been hit hard by the pandemic.
Start-ups these days are spoiled for choice. Here's a look at 5 emerging global start-up hotspots - and the factors that make them so attractive to entrepreneurs.
Drawn from around the globe and with a shared purpose to ensure a sustainable recovery from COVID-19, here are the 2020 Social Innovators of the Year.
Local networks and support can help Black-owned businesses grow beyond the systemic blockages in their way. Here's how to start building these ecosystems.
The pandemic has shown that when people can make use of their skills to find new ways to support themselves, the whole community benefits.