Member's Blog – April 2016 Archive (19)

Laurie Lee: Banking on Change Partnership Helps the World’s Poorest Save $34m Through Community Savings Groups

By Laurie Lee, CEO, CARE International UK…

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Kanayo F Nwanze: How Small Farmers and the Private Sector Can End Poverty and Hunger

By Kanayo F Nwanze, President, IFAD…

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Anna Swaithes: Transcending the Watershed - Putting Water at the Top of the Agenda

By Anna Swaithes, Director of Sustainable Development, SABMiller

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Lola Dare: Transcending the Boundaries of Business School - What Civil Society and the Private Sector can Learn from One Another

By Lola Dare, President, CHESTRAD International…

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Bhaskar Chakravorti: Transcending Boundaries through Contextual Intelligence - Why Business Schools Need to Catch Up with Reality

By Bhaskar Chakravorti, Senior Associate Dean, The Fletcher School, Tufts University…

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Elin Haf Davies: Crossing Oceans for Child Health by Transcending Personal Boundaries

By Elin Haf Davies, Adventurer, Child Health Advocate and Author…

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Kishore Mahbuabani: Why Should Businessmen Support Public Policy Education

By Kishore Mahbubani, Dean, LKY School of Public Policy…

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Nancy Martin: Transcending the Boundaries of Humanitarian Aid

By Nancy Martin, Founder and CEO of Fortify 

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Philippe Joubert: Business as Usual is Dead - How Businesses are Transcending Boundaries to Fight Climate Change

By Philippe Joubert, Senior Advisor, WBCSD and Chair, Corporate Leaders Group

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Justine Greening: DFID Survey on Women’s Economic Empowerment

By Justine Greening, Secretary of State, International Development

Around the world, too many women are still locked out of the…

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Spotlight: Meet Brian Sullivan, Google Ocean and Earth Outreach

 

As part of our focus on Business and the Sustainable Development Goals, we interviewed Brian Sullivan about the work he is doing at Google to tackle deforestation and overfishing.…

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Gerry Boyle: IMF Research Shows the Positive Impact on Poverty and Inequality of Improving Access to Financial Services

By Gerry Boyle, Senior Policy Adviser, Private Sector Engagement

A recent IMF ‘staff paper’ (i.e. this is not the official…

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Dr. Kathryn Taetzsch: Humanitarian Action with Business - NOT Philanthropy Alone for Effective Disaster Resilience

Image: Kakuma refugee camp in the desert in NW Kenya, Somali refugee traders' shop in the Kakuma camp

By Dr. Kathryn…

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Sally Osberg: A Framework for Justice

Image: Lynn Johnson, Ripple Effect Images

By Sally Osberg, President and CEO, Skoll Foundation

From the program of the …

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Skoll World Forum: Announcing the 2016 Skoll Awards for Social Entrepreneurship

By Skoll World Forum

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Lewis Temple: As Donor Governments Cut Aid Budgets, Can Social Enterprises Fill the Gap?

By Lewis Temple, Chief Executive, BRAC UK

The scale of social enterprises varies around the world, and there is no place…

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Martina Macpherson: The State of Responsible Investment

By Martina Macpherson, Managing Partner, SI Partners…

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Jon Pender: Four Steps to Help Widen Access to Innovative Medicines

By Jon Pender, Vice President, IP, Access and Global health, GSK

Getting medicines to patients living in the world’s poorest countries is no easy feat. A dearth of trained health workers,…

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Indira Kartallozi: Refugee Crisis, Business and Partnerships - From Trauma to Growth

By Indira Kartallozi, Director, Chrysalis Family Futures

 

When a natural disaster happens we look to the government, public services, NGOs and charitable organisations to come to our…

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