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“We Seek to Build a Culture That Transforms Human Lives, a Culture of Solidarity”

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Investment in Brazil’s Social Good Sphere used to rely on private sponsors and small donors. During its 25 year history the Instituto da Criança has always sought to diversify its income streams and establish more long-term, sizeable investments to support its projects. How do their best business practices and an sense of solidarity help reshape […]

“We’ve Gone Through Proof of Concept in Very Diverse Conflict Contexts”

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Few non-profit organisations were born in the Middle East, (Jordan), but how many worldwide have accomplished what Generations For Peace has in just ten years? The story isn’t about funding or tradition. It’s about modernity, brightness, elegance and efficiency. Generations For Peace (GFP) is an incredible fast learning, fast growing, peacebuilding machine, rooted in a […]

“We See the Opportunity for This Model to be Replicated in Other Spheres”

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Symphonia for South Africa is partnering under-resourced school principals with seasoned business leaders to strengthen leadership and management capacity. Since they began in 2010, they are getting close to 700 pairings.  We speak with Louis Van Rhyn, founder and CEO of this amazing social entreprise based in South Africa – one of the three new […]

“Brazilian Private Sector Has Paused Its Social Investment”

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Fernando Alvez, CEO of Brazilian NGO, Citizen Network (Rede Cidadã), acknowledges the impact of the ‘impeachment’ crisis and the ongoing turmoil in Brazilian politics and civil society. Innovation will make a difference to get through. by Jean-Christophe Nothias | Editor   Jean-Christophe Nothias (JCN): It might be difficult for outsiders to understand what is going […]