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The #1 Podcast for Social Entrepreneurs & Social Innovators. With host Cory Ames, Founder of Grow Ensemble, dive deeper into social entrepreneurship, social enterprises and the tools, resources, and strategies that support their growth and expand their impact. Hear from these top social innovators from both the non-profit and for-profit sector - CEOs, Executive Directors, Thought-Leaders and more.
 
200+ interviews and case studies focused on driving forward the Global Sustainability Agenda. Guests include Paul Polman, David Lynch, Siya Kolisi, Cherie Blair, Bob Moritz, David Miliband and Julia Gillard. Hosted by Alberto Lidji, ex-Global CEO of the Novak Djokovic Foundation and Visiting Fellow at the University of Cambridge’s Judge Business School -- based at the Centre for Strategic Philanthropy. Visit our knowledge hub at Lidji.org for personalised recommendations on the best episodes ...
 
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The Social Entrepreneurship Diaries

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The Social Entrepreneurship Diaries

Andreia Barbosa, SE.lab, EMES Research Network and Impact Hub Amsterdam

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The Social Entrepreneurship Diaries is a podcast about social entrepreneurship, focusing on European practices and research. In Europe, there is a fascinating diversity within the Third Sector / Social Economy / Solidarity Economy / Social Enterprise and Social Innovation fields. Andreia Barbosa, a journalist and writer in quest of ideas for sustainable, ecological and inclusive ways of life, brings you a personal account of her discoveries in these fields. Co-produced by SE.lab, EMES Intern ...
 
The Mission Driven podcast is a a series hosted Tom Stader and Richard Brubaker, who speak through the lessons they have learned building mission driven organizations, profit and non, over the last 15 years. The series is built around 10 critical areas of starting, and scaling, an organization, and through these hour long conversations, we hope will not only engage and inspire you, but provide insights and tools that will help you move your mission forward.
 
At the 2007 International Achievement Summit in Washington, D.C., the Academy of Achievement presented a panel discussion with social entrepreneurs who have founded nonprofit organizations to provide quality education or nutrition to disadvantaged youth. The panel includes Teach for America founder Wendy Kopp, as well as Mike Feinberg, Kirsten Lodal, Jon Schnur and Billy Shore. Wendy Kopp was still an undergraduate at Princeton when she created a plan to build a national teachers corps -- dr ...
 
The Bertha Centre for Social Innovation and Entrepreneurship hosts 'Conversations with change-makers'. Spotlighting the stories of innovators, social entrepreneurs, industry leaders, activists and more about the work they do, and what makes them tick. We find out how they keep the fire burning when it comes to tackling some of the most - to use a systems change term - wicked problems - facing the world today. We aim to appeal to people who are curious about solving social issues in the world ...
 
The idea for the ‘Talking Tech for Good’ podcast grew out of conversations between hosts Jason Bygate and Luvuyo Maskeo as they realised that they were coming up against similar issues in the social impact space when it comes to the adoption and use of technology by these organisations. This podcast sheds some light on the topic of tech and the ways that it can be harnessed to make life easier (and not more difficult, which can sometimes be the case!). Each podcast focuses on a specific topi ...
 
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The Rebel Growth Podcast: Online Marketing, Entrepreneurship, Growth Hacking, Blogging, SEO, Social Media,

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The Rebel Growth Podcast: Online Marketing, Entrepreneurship, Growth Hacking, Blogging, SEO, Social Media,

Borja Obeso Talks: Online Marketing | Entrepreneurship | Business | Growth Hacking | Blogging | SEO |Social Media Marketing | Interviewing People Like Pat Flynn John Lee Dumas.

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The Rebel Growth Podcast is an online marketing podcast by Borja Obeso, discussing step y step marketing strategies with guests like pat flynn on topics like Growth Hacking, social media, seo, blogging, podcasting, webinars and more.
 
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Peter Kaye AM ESM and Stephen De-Wint, CEOs of the Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award in Australia and Canada respectively, talk about the work of the Award locally and across more than 100 countries. They provide first-hand insight into how the Award embraces non-formal education and transforms lives. This broad conversation looks at diversit…
 
How do you implement and educate on land ownership and equality for women in a disempowering patriarchal society? This is the big problem that innovator, activist and advocate, Dr Monica Magoke-Mhoja faces in Tanzania. Land ownership laws changed in 2014 but disempowering and unjust practices to do with land ownership remained the same. In this tho…
 
There are two seemingly contradicting realities of “conscious consumerism”: No matter how “consciously” we buy, we aren’t going to shop our way into a more sustainable and equitable world. The ways we do/don’t spend our money are incredibly impactful. Maybe this is confusing at first glance, but it becomes clearer when we explore what conscious con…
 
Mike Adamson is Chief Executive of the British Red Cross, an organisation with 4,000 employees, 15,000 volunteers and an annual income in 2022 of £400M. In this episode we explore the British Red Cross’ key focus areas, their roll in systems change and their approach to driving forward strategic partnerships. We also explore the importance of foste…
 
Did you know that 70% of the food in Tanzania is produced by women in the agricultural sector? 90% of active women work in agriculture in Tanzania and yet very few of these women own the land they work on. Equal rights to land ownership only came into law in 2014 and unfortunately, there is still a big gap between legislation and reality. In this e…
 
Nidhi Bhasin, CEO of the NASSCOM Foundation, joins us to talk about tech for good in India and initiatives to drive digital literacy. The NASSCOM Foundation is part of the NASSCOM ecosystem — the biggest industry body representing the tech industry in India. Much of their focus is on going deep into rural areas and reaching that ‘last mile’. Inclus…
 
This episode looks at modern-day slavery and we host Nick Grono, CEO of the Freedom Fund — a collaborative fund tackling slavery and human trafficking globally. Many people think of slavery as something from 200 years ago but, in reality, it is a serious problem plaguing our world today — not just in developing countries but in the UK and US as wel…
 
We discuss the power dynamics of Global North / Global South philanthropy and explore the Centre’s work and research. Shonali leads the Centre’s research agenda on philanthropy in global growth markets, specifically Africa, Southeast Asia, and the Middle East. She is an expert in global philanthropy for development, and her previous work focused on…
 
As we celebrate our 200th episode we bring you insights from Siya Kolisi, David Lynch, David Miliband, Paul Polman, Julia Gillard, Bob Moritz, Cherie Blair and Keith Barr. Let’s not be daunted by the scale of the challenge. Things are only unmanageable if we don’t manage them. We should find purpose and work for more than just ourselves. Thank you …
 
OutcomesX is transforming social impact into an investible asset. They’re creating the infrastructure to standardise, price, trade and verify social impact credits, and building a marketplace to buy and sell social outcomes. We explore their innovative work and also take a look at the disconnect between growth in ESG funds and stagnation in the dri…
 
How has climate change impacted different groups of people and why is this a justice issue? “Humanity is on a highway to climate hell,” according to UN secretary-general, António Guterres. This means that climate justice is one of the most important conversations to have and that’s why in this episode of the Just For A Change podcast, Dr Mao Amis j…
 
Generation is a global non-profit supporting adults to achieve economic mobility; they provide training and placements into careers that individuals would normally find inaccessible. They operate in 16 countries across the globe, have helped more than 70,000 individuals and support those who are unemployed, underemployed or need to learn new skills…
 
How climate change is a justice issue at its core and why should we care? We explore the side of the green economy that isn’t spoken about enough in this episode of the Just For A Change podcast powered by The Bertha Centre for Innovation and Change. Our host, Ntombini Marrengane, chats with Dr Mao Amis, founder of the African Centre for Green Econ…
 
This episode focuses on global conflict prevention and resolution and we are joined by Comfort Ero, President and CEO of the International Crisis Group. The International Crisis Group provides independent analysis and advice on how to prevent, resolve and better manage deadly conflict, combining field research, analysis and engagement with policyma…
 
On this episode, Dan Corry sheds light on the work of New Philanthropy Capital (NPC) and we explore the impact agenda from a range of angles, including: (1) How does the impact agenda relate to trust-based philanthropy? (2) Is impact measurement is too top-down? (3) Are randomised control trials (RCTs) preferable to quicker, more iterative alternat…
 
Can you imagine life without water? What lengths would you go to get it? The people of Somalia are faced with these real questions as they experience droughts, famine and water scarcity right now. In this episode of the Just for a Change podcast, Abdikhayr Mohamed Hussein joins our host, Ntombini, to unpack this very real crisis in East Africa. We …
 
We explore the merger between Asthma UK and the British Lung Foundation, which resulted in the creation of Asthma + Lung UK. We look at the pros and cons, the opportunities and the headaches that Sarah Woolnough has been coping with and driving forward as CEO of Asthma + Lung UK. Sarah provides a truly candid view and this episode is particularly u…
 
Magic is all around us, whether we are looking for it or not. Unlike the supernatural forces often featured in books and movies, this form of magic operates on the miracles of nature; the wonderful things Mother Nature creates, such as life, and her power to maintain the co-existence of all. In today’s episode, Cory explores the existing magic that…
 
The Social Entrepreneurship and Innovation podcast is back with exciting, meaningful, and impactful discussions to help make the world a better place! Listen in to hear about the new approach of sharing stories that matter to learn what is possible in creating sustainable discussions, and understanding the impact of what we can do to save the plane…
 
Why are so many regions in the world experiencing water scarcity despite access to water and sanitation being a human right? What impact has the scarcity had on the communities in these regions? And most importantly, why is access is water access increasingly becoming a source of conflict? In this episode of the Just for a Change podcast powered by…
 
Thrive at Five supports parents and communities through collective action across the public, private and voluntary sectors, so every child reaches a good level of development at age five. Aida Cable brings a wealth of experience in the early childhood development space. Prior to joining Thrive at Five she worked at The Royal Foundation of the then …
 
Charity Navigator is an organisation that evaluates charities and provides in-depth, objective ratings and analysis of the financial health, accountability and transparency of 200,000 charities. They also facilitate the giving process. Charity Navigator is a household name for many leaders in the philanthropy and non-profit space. They have just la…
 
The British Asian Trust was founded in 2007 by His Majesty King Charles III and a group of British Asian business leaders, to tackle widespread poverty, inequality and injustice in South Asia. Richard Hawkes sheds light on the work of the British Asian Trust, especially around development impact bonds across a range of thematic areas including skil…
 
Did you know that three thousand people, globally, take their own lives each day? This number is according to a statement released by the South African Government on Suicide Prevention Day this year. South Africa is still reeling from the suicides of great names in the entertainment industry who lost the battle with their mental health issues. Thos…
 
Ewan is a philanthropist with a head for numbers and we look at the interaction between philanthropy and risk. The question: Is the world of philanthropy too risk averse? Ewan is the Chairman of the Management Committee of the Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences, Chairman of DeepTech Labs, and a Non-executive Director of BAE Systems. H…
 
The reality is that many of us are not okay but the stigma surrounding mental health and substance abuse is among the reasons why people, particularly young people, are not accessing the help they need. In episode 3 of the Just for a Change podcast we talk to Tshegofatso Ketshabile, known professionally as Tshego. Tshego is a South African rapper a…
 
The State of the World’s Girls 2022 Report has just been launched by Plan International and Mustafa Kudrati sheds light on its key findings. The report is focused on girls’ and young women’s political participation, based on a survey of close to 29,000 girls and young women ages 15-24 from 29 countries. How girls perceive their ability to participa…
 
MacKenzie Scott’s donation to VisionSpring is the largest single private donation helping to tackle the challenge of uncorrected blurry vision in the developing world. We look at VisionSpring's work and learn about the low levels of access to corrective eye glasses in the developing world and low-income segments. Ella Gudwin remarks: the market for…
 
Action Against Hunger is active in 51 countries, they have 8,000 staff and assist around 26 million people annually; their turnover is around half a billion euros. In the UK, they are part of the DEC (Disasters Emergency Committee), which brings together 15 leading UK aid charities to raise funds quickly and efficiently at times of crisis overseas.…
 
We hear from the Gates Foundation’s Dr Asyia Kazmi on what the state of global education looks like, the work they’re doing in tackling literacy and numeracy challenges, and why achieving our education targets for Sustainable Development Goal 4 is a solvable problem. If you are born in a high-income country, 9 out of 10 children can read by the age…
 
How would you describe a ‘change-maker’? Award-winning social innovator, Tracey Gilmore, is the epitome of one and we got to chat with her about the exciting work she’s doing and why she does it. She’s the co-founder of The Clothing Bank, now known as Taking Care of Business, director of the African Centre for a Green Economy and passionate about c…
 
Shaady Salehi joins us from San Francisco to discuss the work of the Trust-Based Philanthropy Project and pretty much cover every angle around trust-based philanthropy. We hear of trust-based philanthropy’s origins, how the pandemic and racial reckoning helped thrust trust-based philanthropy into the spotlight, and we look at the different interpre…
 
Have you ever wanted to get into the mind of a social innovator making a real difference? That’s exactly what we get the privilege of doing in episode 2 of the Just For a Change podcast. Host, Ntombini Marrengane, unravels what makes Tracey Gilmore the changemaker she is. She’s the co-founder of The Clothing Bank which recently rebranded as Taking …
 
In September 2022, Prof Mamokgethi Phakeng was awarded the inaugural Africa Education Medal, awarded by T4 Education to “an outstanding individual who has demonstrated impact, leadership, and advocacy in the field of education”. Hear the truly remarkable personal and professional story of Prof Mamokgethi Phakeng -- overcoming great adversity in pov…
 
Nick Hanauer is one of the world’s most provocative thinkers about our society’s growing inequality, the dire consequences that increasing inequality creates for our democracies, and how to fix the system. An engaging conversation on income inequality that is full of economic and political arguments on the merits of increasing wages and ensuring in…
 
In this episode, Rich and Tom answer two questions from the Mission Driven Fam. The first of which is centered on how nonprofit accounting is different. A topic that they both address, and expand on, through their own experience as Non-profit founders. The second question, is focused more on the balance between the operations and sales side of the …
 
If you are keen on exploring the collaborative space within philanthropy and the broader sustainability agenda, this episode is for you. We explore collaborative networks, new voices from next generation philanthropists, identifying local leaders, building trust and the importance of listening. Synergos was founded in 1986 by Peggy Dulany and has s…
 
Charitable status within the independent / private school sector in Britain is one of the most emotionally-charged and contentious topics. Some private schools operate as registered charities while others do not. Alberto Lidji moderates a robust and civilised debate with Julie Robinson, CEO of the Independent Schools Council (ISC), and Francis Gree…
 
Do you know what the difference between gender equity and equality is and why it matters? Throughout history women have been protesting various issues such as sexism, gender-based violence, gender inequality and corrupt political systems. From the right to vote to the right to loiter, women - and some men - have made themselves heard. Change may be…
 
Check out this latest episode to hear about our plans moving forward for the Social Entrepreneurship & Innovation Podcast. TLDR; We're taking a break for September, but will be back in October telling more stories about all things building a better world. But! With a new approach. :) -- -- 💌 BETTER WORLD WEEKLY NEWSLETTER: The Better World Weekly i…
 
A wide-ranging conversation on the topic of domestic abuse. Hetti sheds light on sobering statistics, attitudes and behaviours and describes the challenges presented by COVID lockdowns and how new technologies are impacting the field. In England and Wales, around 2 women a week are killed by a current or former partner, and 1 in 4 women will experi…
 
In this episode, Rich and Tom speak about Knowing . About Mission Driven Podcast Series: The Mission Driven podcast is a a series hosted Tom Stader and Richard Brubaker, who speak through the lessons they have learned building mission driven organizations, profit and non, over the last 15 years. The series is built around 10 critical areas of start…
 
Did you know that according to the latest Global Gender Gap Report 2022 it will take another 132 years to reach gender parity? Season 3 of the Just for a Change podcast powered by the Bertha Centre for Social Innovation and Entrepreneurship captures conversations with changemakers - both local and from further afield. Episode 1 takes us to the stre…
 
Overwork and burnout – so prevalent in today’s society that over 60% of employees around the globe suffer from workplace stress, creating billions of additional health costs annually. By re-examining how we work and reducing the number of working hours each week, we can greatly reduce this additional stress and financial burden. Dr. Alex Pang is th…
 
The Veddis Foundation is based in India and is both a grant-maker and an operating foundation. They make unrestricted, multi-year grants and approach programs with a view to pilot, scale, institutionalise and exit. They’re keen on investing at the intersection of policy, technology and impact. We explore their approach to trust-based philanthropy a…
 
In any political election—especially major ones, such as the upcoming midterm elections in the United States—it’s important to know where the money to fund various campaigns is coming from. As citizens, we should also understand how that flow of money (both in and out) affects the business community. John McCrea is the National Business Network Man…
 
This episode provides insight into a dynamic corporate foundation and sheds light on the growth of philanthropy in Australia. Macquarie Group is a diversified financial srvices organisation with 18,000 employees; working in 33 markets around the world. Interestingly, the foundation was established at the same time and alongside the company itself. …
 
In this episode, Tom and Rich speak through how and why organizations need to pivot once again. This time, the conversation is less driven by the idea that founders need to constantly seek pivots ass a way to find growth, and more as a function of ensuring that they are able to survive the short term (crisis, market trends, etc), and position thems…
 
The world's hunger crisis continues to worsen, affecting millions of people globally. Most people refer to this problem as a result of climate change, but the reality is that 80% of the problem is caused by soil, and only about 20% by climate change. Roland Bunch is one of the most well-respected thought leaders in regenerative land development and…
 
Per joins us back on the show after last having been with us on 6th September 2020. We continue where we left off and start by looking at the Global Energy Alliance for People and Planet (GEAPP), which the IKEA Foundation set up with the Rockefeller Foundation and the Bezos Earth Fund. GEAPP is working in partnership with countries across Africa, A…
 
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