The Entrepreneurial Scientist and the Sustainable Development Goals
British Council Northern Ireland has published a report which asks how can entrepreneurialism go hand in hand with sustainable development, with Northern Ireland leading the way through innovation?
The report brings together the conclusions of a recent event which brough together academics and experts in the key three pillars of sustainable development - economics, society and environment - to discuss what can be done to ensure Northern Ireland remains at the forefront in the global race for sustainable development.
UN and British Council promote social enterprise in Asia
The British Council and the United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP) are jointly promoting the growth of social enterprise and social impact investment across the Asia-Pacific region to help support progress on the SDGs.
The partnership will facilitate research, analysis, training, policy dialogues and offer guidance to support the formulation and implementatio of policies and strategies that foster social enterprise and create enabling environments for social impact investment.
The aim is to support countries to promote social innovation, inclusion, sustainable job creation, and address some of the social and environmental challenges the region faces through private sector models. Read more here.
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