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A new report, Unlocking the Social Economy, from the World Economic Forum, provides five key policy recommendations to advance the sector.
Under the umbrella of Catalyst 2030, many social entrepreneurs, intermediaries, funders, and NGOs have come together
The artisan economy can play an important role in long-term employment creation and in boosting the inclusion of informal creative communities
All social impact networks—have the potential for innovation and to create a powerful human capital-based circular economy
The collective strength of a network allows for a rapid move from concept to scale. Social innovators are tackling some of the world’s greatest threats – and by working more collaboratively, are shifting the entire landscape of the social change sector.
Creative Dignity is a collaboration of over 2,000 organisations, focusing on relief, rehabilitation, and rejuvenation for India’s rural artisans.
Systems change efforts need technology to help them successfully scale, says Jim Fruchterman, Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Tech Matters.