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    Ashoka Arab World Director has a Message for the US and the Arab World

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    The Director of Ashoka Arab World, Dr. Iman Bibars, is currently participating in the Presidential Summit on Entrepreneurship hosted by President Barack Obama in Washington DC. She has just published an article on The Huffington Post outlining the messages she is taking to the Summit.

    Incalculable Impact, Please?

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    When is impact legitimately "incalculable?" Is a limited ability to wrap metrics around your impact ever acceptable or desirable?

    European Commission Initiative Will Unlock Social Sector's Potential

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    Social businesses make up just 10 percent of European ventures. The European Commission wants to see more.

    Growing Aid Where it Matters Most

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    When famine strikes, as it did last year in Somalia, international agencies begin asking for funds to feed starving and malnourished people. &

    The Necessary Allies: Jobs and Environment

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    Two of the world’s most urgent tasks—protecting the environment and creating jobs—both have enormously broad public

    Is Business the Place where Social Impact Happens Most? Ashoka Fellow Ben Powell Thinks So

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    My interest in entrepreneurship as a tool for development began after I started a miniature golf business in Puebla Mexico.

    Get the Scoop on Peace through Prevention Next Week

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    Peace will be the flavor of the next week.

    Stand Up to the Status Quo: Social Entrepreneurship in Europe with Europ Assistance

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    Since 2010, the Europ Assistance Group (EA) has made social entrepreneurship its leading commitment in the Corporate Social Responsibilit

    Live Social Intrapreneurship

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    How can the world address some of the greatest social challenges in a way that is both sustainable and scalable?

    Future Forum Cheat Sheet: How To Create The Corporation Of Tomorrow

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    Social entrepreneurship is evolving into a global movement, and it’s rendering the standard nonprofit/for-profit dichotomy obsolete.