Image: A Climate Cents project: MEND's "Grow Together" Program, empowering low-income families to grow their own food
The Talent Challenge:
Investing in People for Impact
Twitter chat with us and our expert panel:
Highlights and voices from the 2016 Emerging Innovators Bootcamp in New York City, which brought together 20 passionate social entrepreneurs with experts in business, movement-building, storytelling and social change.
As young changemakers in Africa, we must not be satisfied with simply improving society, but we must continually seek to transform it,
A look at five areas of social need and the innovative approaches working to address them, from Maxime Albors, a journalist with Novae, a solutions-focused Canadian economics journal.
Key take-aways from the New York City Bootcamp.
Kudos to Jessica Santana, not only is she an alum of the most recent Emerging Innovators Bootcamp in New York City, and the co-founder of New York On Tech, a nonprofit organization on a mission to prepare the next generation of technology leaders emerging from New York City who work with students who don't typically have access to technology and tech classes.
Writer Maxime Albours talks with Barb Steele, Executive Director of Ashoka Canada, an international network dedicated to social entrepreneurship.