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Cupcakes & Community: Why the World Needs Social Enterprises

If you’ve ever taken a sociology paper or know anything at all about consumerism, you will know that its effects are pretty awful. The consumerist mentality has us producing more, buying more, and throwing away more. 1,941 more words


Seminar: Austerity and the role of the state

Despite the challenges of the tube strike, we had a fantastic meeting on 8th July and a lively and thought-provoking discussion.


Sally began the seminar, explaining that the current plans for public sending will involve substantial cuts – far beyond those already seen – taking Government spending to the lowest level as a proportion of national income since before the war. 419 more words

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Business tips from Filipino social entrepreneurs: Believe, persevere

(This article is also posted on Rappler.)

MANILA, Philippines – “Find a problem worth solving.”

This is what the Communications Officer of the BPI Foundation, Ebony Lautner, said to a crowd of would-be social entrepreneurs in a gathering dedicated to Filipino pride. 1,119 more words

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How do you account for the Social Impact of your charity or social enterprise?

16th July saw a celebration hosted at Bristol University to celebrate ten years of Community Interest Companies.  Well attended event and highlighted how the South West leads some of the thinking in community enterprise and great to hear that people from as far afield as Canada and Japan to the South West to learn about the difference social enterprise is making. 504 more words

New Initiative under NSW Government Social Investment Policy

Applications close 17 June 2015

The Expert Advice Exchange (EAX) is a platform to connect eligible social sector organisations with pro bono advice from leading law firms, professional services firms and financial institutions. 92 more words

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The driving force in me since I was a little girl was to help people, though I did not always know the best way to do so … yet, I discovered I am not alone. 1,618 more words

Connecting The Dots ... With The RESPECT PRINCIPLE

Mycoskie: at the Beginning, I’d Only Wanted to Help 250 Children

This is how ALL dreams start, small, from the Front Page Sections, translated…

The influence of TOMS had come to Taipei.  Mycoskie, the founder of TOMS is the primary speaker of the forum hosted by UDN Papers.  903 more words

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