Building stronger nations through social entrepreneurship education.
SSIR editors select eight books by leading social entrepreneurs about their personal journeys along the path to social change.
A report from Lab2, and why learning to reflect on our assumptions about how change happens has value, whether or not “lab” is in your title.
Is India the answer to the global unemployment crisis?
Lessons from Silicon Valley on how to establish a business culture that rewards innovation and propels Lebanon into the digital age.
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Development professionals can learn from Silicon Valley aid efforts, and create more effective and transformative change around the world.
How to make convenings that matter.
Students are demanding education that will allow them to align their values with their academic and career choices—an interview with Ashoka U's Marina Kim.
Let’s start telling social entrepreneurial aspirants the truth and get those who support the field financially to acknowledge that staying power and relationship-building are ineluctable partners to innovation. Part two of a series.
Social entrepreneurs have to get out there and do the work, with enough staying power to make a real impact. Part one of a two-part series.