The New Global Citizen For a long time,Â I have focused my studies and workÂ on the topic of sustainable business initiatives as a catalyst for social and economic development. But it [...]
So Where do all the Fair Trade Social Premiums Go? A story about how Fair Trade tomatoes grow into a school in Guanajuato, MexicoÂ by JosÃ© VÃl ...
â€œPoverty is unnecessaryâ€ â€“ Mohammad Yunus In India, this quote by Yunus continues to be relevant even today as a majority of its po ...
Home cooking was the norm for most urban Indonesian households during the 1990s: eating out was considered a luxury. Choices of processed and frozen f ...
In one hundred supermarkets across Brazil, customers foundÂ recipesÂ printed on the back of their receipts, each for a dish prepared with the grocery items they had just purchased. But the surprise [...]
What does Nashville, Tennessee have in common with Part-au-Prince, Haiti? The same thing as nutrient-rich urban farming and ecological sanitation: both are becoming hubs of food system transformation. After searching [...]
On Wednesday, May 29th from 11:30am â€“ 1pm EST, Join Ashoka Changemakers for a Twitter Discussion (#SocEntChat) on the power, the impact, and the future of Nutrients for All â€“ [...]
Sanga Moses, Founder of Eco-Fuel Africa was the first amongst his siblings to finish school and complete his tertiary education â€“ thanks to a public scholarship for gifted students. On [...]
When it comes to health and wellness, everything is connected. The soil that yields a nationâ€™s staple crop is tied to the growth and development of its youngest citizens. The [...]
Every 28 days across the globe, half the worldâ€™s population menstruates. Yet despite this is one of lifeâ€™s most natural occurrences, for millions of girls and women across Asia, Africa, [...]
Ashoka, the worldâ€™s largest organization of social entrepreneurs, teamed up with Accenture as the convening sponsor to host a global competitionâ€”The League of Intrapreneurs: Building Better Business from the Inside [...]