With the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) now adopted, attention is shifting to how they will be delivered. While responsibility will ultimately fall to government, leaders across sectors now recognise that the challenges are too great and too systemic for any one of them to tackle alone, and that business’ contribution will be pivotal. There is growing appreciation that business is well positioned to drive sustainable and inclusive…See More
The first event in the 2013 Event Series will focus on bridging the financing gap in agricultural value chains. Convened by Business Fights Poverty, the Aspen Network for Development Entrepreneurs (ANDE) and Citi, the event brings together a panel of industry experts to explore the potential of large…See More
Speakers: Jon Samuel, Head of Social Performance, Anglo American Caroline Ashley, Learning and Results Manager, Business Innovation Facility Clara Barby, Head of Impact, Bridges Ventures Chair: Simon Maxwell, Research Fellow, ODI Agenda: 17.00 Registration opens17.30-18.15 Introduction and panel…See More
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Read the GIM Policy Note.Video of the event with be posted on this site.Please join Business Fights Poverty to ensure that you hear about future events.Royal Society, London, 5.00 - 6.30pm (Registration from 4.30), followed by reception.…See More
A4ID, Business Action for Africa, DFID and PwC invite you to:Private Practice, Public Benefit: The Role of Law in International Development22nd September 2009, Registration from 6.30pm, Presentations and discussion 7.00 - 8.00pm, Drinks reception 8.00pmWhat is the role of the law in international development?How can lawyers assist business…See More
I am a consultant working on knowledge transfer / economic development projects. I am currently working on two projects in Ethiopia. The first is Alchemy World http://alchemyworld.org/, which teaches entrepreneurial skills to young people from the poorest villages. The second is with Addis Ababa University to develop and entrepreneurship program for staff and students.
Given you interests and work, have you come across my organisation, Transformational Business Network? We are a network of business and professional people using business to bring community transformation. Do take a look at the brochure and eNews sign up at www.tbnetwork.org, and feel free to drop me a line or link up at the event on 15 Sep.
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