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.

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 [...]

Could it be you? Search for our next Exec Director begins

Our mission – and yours? Euclid Network is the European network of social entrepreneurs and civil society leaders. Since our foundation in 2007 we have managed 25 mainly EU-funded projects [...]

One month to go, 8 things to know

(1) What, when, where? Euclid Network’s main event held every two years, on 11-12 April 2018 in The Hague, focused on making better places for social entrepreneurs and civil society [...]

“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 [...]

Five reasons entrepreneurs should visit The Hague

The Hague may not be top of your bucket list. But with some world-class sights, a truly international scene, and a coastline loved by surfers, the Netherlands’ third city and former capital is [...]