Let’s turn the semantic tables on social finance

Euclid Network CEO Stephen Barnett reflects on the power play between investors and investees — and suggests a new way to consider the relationship.

PeerEx: Kosovo

PeerEx: UK/Poland

Got three minutes? Skill up for social impact

At last month's Euclid Summit in The Hague we were pretty chuffed to host social impact people - entrepreneurs, policymakers, educators, advisers, researchers and more - from more than 20 countries.

“Catalysts for innovative policy solutions”: the role of city and regional governments

Policies can do much to support (or to hinder) a flourishing ecosystem for social impact. National strategies may boast a wider reach, but actions on a more local level can often go deeper and be [...]

Making gender equality hard to ignore: PeerEx UK-Poland

13 women, two countries, countless conversations: participants in the UK-Poland Peer Ex project, who met face-to-face in Warsaw last week, had plenty to share. The UK-Poland edition — focused on [...]

“Co-constructing” an OECD-EC tool for better entrepreneurship ecosystems

It’s impossible to talk about supporting social entrepreneurship without considering the ecosystem in which it operates. Government policies, finance, support networks and training opportunities [...]

Three reasons to join the Euclid Summit

“SINGA is now working in eight countries and we have potential projects in three more countries – most of this growth happened from us going abroad, meeting people there and starting to work with [...]

“The right moment in history”: Social entrepreneur Nathanael Molle 

At the age of 24, social entrepreneur Nathanael Molle launched his first venture,  SINGA, a nonprofit that connects refugees with host communities.  By late 2017, SINGA was operating in eight [...]

Laying foundations for a network of social entrepreneurs in Kosovo

Social entrepreneurship in Kosovo is still at an early stage, with few networks or support platforms, and no clear legal definition of a social enterprise. Meanwhile women in Kosovo make up only [...]

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