Governments increasingly recognise that economies can reach their full potential only with the full participation of both women and men. DAVID MALPASS explains how countries can start to achieve this goal. What do you think? Comment on this story at Project-Syndicate.org. Girls are attending school in greater numbers than ever before, and women are increasingly entering the […]Read More
The next Einstein could be an African woman, but Africa’s gender gap in science education and jobs means the world may never know.Read More
Social enterprises from across the world have outlined plans to help tackle gender inequality on the second day of the Social Enterprise World Forum.Read More
An Ethiopian entrepreneur is taking a social enterprise approach to tackling poverty in Ethiopia with new support secured to scale up her organisation.Read More
Social enterprise is increasingly capturing the imagination across Africa and around the world, with Ethiopia leading the way, according to a report.Read More
The British Library has revealed that it has supported 12,288 of the UK’s aspiring entrepreneurs and this has added £78 million gross value to local economies.Read More
A leading apprenticeship advocate has today been named CBE for services to the sector in the Queen’s Birthday Honours.
Anna Morrison CBE, has devoted herself to challenging negative perceptions around apprenticeships.
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64% of social enterprise leaders are women in Scotland, compared to filling 4% of leadership positions in regular firms.Read More