It is the great Madiba’s historic legacy that South Africa is finally a free, democratic and non-discriminatory society. It is up to the next leader of this remarkable country to carry that legacy forward from social justice to economic justice. With social equality comes the expectation for full and complete equality, and the expectation among the millions of poor South Africans is for more and better jobs, and the improved conditions of daily life that follow productive and meaningful work for all.
By Dennis Shaughnessy Impact investing, or investing for both financial return and social impact, is an emerging new interdisciplinary field, and one that we are dedicated […]
By Olivia Allen On November 20, 2013, Miguel Granier, Founder and Managing Director of Invested Development spoke with students earlier at the Social Enterprise Institute’s November […]
By Olivia Gonsalves Throughout this past week, I have found myself reflecting on the level of morality and truth that the social entrepreneurs that are studied […]
By Olivia Allen On Thursday, November 14th, the D’Amore-McKim Business School hosted Reem Asaad, a 2002 Northeastern University School of Business graduate and financial advisor and […]
By Dr. Gordon Adomdza The proverb “Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day, teach a man to fish and he will […]