Since 2003, Stanford Social Innovation Review has provided a forum for social-change leaders to share new ideas and best practices, and learn from one another.
Social Enterprise Innovative ways that organizations are using and adapting business strategies to advance social and environmental well-being
An ambitious community project is helping Amsterdam’s newest residents find both dignified work and a social network.
EnerGaia is growing spirulina to feed people and help the environment.
Social enterprise, which promises both economic empowerment and social trans-formation, is driving tremendous positive change in the lives of women in India. But it is also at the heart of a growing debate about the past and future of India's social sector.
Solving systemic social problems takes people, politics, and power—not more social entrepreneurship.
Presence of female business leaders in community can bolster launching female-led social enterprises.
To tap the full potential of a systems change approach, we should not limit our thinking to large, transformational changes. We should also include smaller, more targeted changes.
Social enterprises in India are using restorative and regenerative, circular economy principles to address the deep-seated sustainable development challenges.
Three unique roles social entrepreneurs can play in driving community action and civic change.
Across the world, businesses are making money by restoring forests and farmland.
Many social innovations fail because they are unable to bridge the “stagnation chasm.” Here is a look at the resources, ecosystems, and skills needed to overcome it.
How can social enterprises compete in markets that aren’t focused on impact? Corporate partnerships can help.
Researchers examine the rise of hybrid organizations that combine aspects of nonprofits and for-profits and the challenges hybrids face.