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If you think social entrepreneurship has to be taught as a stand-alone subject, you haven’t met Jane Turner and Benhür Oral. While teaching English as a preparatory subject in Istanbul’s Özyeğin University, they quickly realized they could incorporate far more into the syllabus than just the basic language knowledge set.
A conversation with Sonali Ojha, Ashoka Fellow and founder of the Dreamcatchers Foundation
In an increasingly resource-stretched world, it takes more than social activism to cut to the heart of social challenges.
World Economic Forum Appoints Revolution Foods Co-Founder Kristin Groos Richmond to Young Global Leaders Program
Among young people in the United States, the current state of fo
An Executive and a Student Walk into a Subway Car: Creating a Self-Sustaining Jordan Through Unlikely Teamwork
We think of the social entrepreneur as a solitary figure, face into the wind, pursuing a unique vision of change. As a result, social entrepreneurship organizations have traditionally focused on providing entrepreneurs with individualized support. But what if entrepreneurship could be reimagined as collaborative?
The shareable economy is home to some of the most inspiring practices and promising tools to help everyday Americans earn money, save money and cre
Can dancing save a life? According to Ashoka Fellow Abdelfattah Abusrour it can. In a recent visit to the Ashoka offices in DC, Abusrour shared his story and his vision for peaceful resistance in Palestine.