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Alexander Fahie

Ethical Angel was founded by Alexander Fahie as a passion project while he was working as an investment manager. He…

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Anitha Beberg

Anitha Beberg is the Founder and CEO of Seva Exchange, which works with organizations supporting blockchain for social impact and…

Darshita Gillies
Darshita Gillies

Listed among the 100 Most Influential in UK-India Relations, Darshita is Founder & CEO of Maanch – a multi-award winning…

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Dessy Aliandrina

Dessy has been involved in innovation and social causes nationally and internationally for 16 years. She has served various organizations…

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Food Security in a Pandemic – How Business Can Help
7th May 2020, 4pm-5pm BST. The COVID-19 pandemic does not affect us all equally. Geographic and economic factors contribute to access and affordability of the basics, which are magnified during an emergency. Businesses, from retailers and logistics, to entrepreneurs and technology, can play a role in delivering food for survival to all, including the vulnerable and marginalised.
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Frida Polli

Dr. Frida Polli is an MIT/Harvard trained neuroscientist turned tech founder. Dr. Polli is the CEO of pymetrics, a company…

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Furthering the UN Global Goals: how Paralympians are striving for more than medals
This month sees the start of the Paralympic Games, and we will explore the transferable skills between sport, employment and entrepreneurship, as well as highlight athletes who have set up businesses to tackle food poverty, mental health, childhood development and the disability employment gap. This is a collaboration with two of our Knowledge Partners, Untapped and thinkBeyond. In this article, Anna Parisi, Co-Founder, Untapped, shines a light on Paralympians who are focusing on social impact projects outside of their lives as athletes.
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How can business support charities and NGOs’ vital work during and post COVID-19?
23rd April 2020, 4.30pm-5.30pm GMT. Charities, globally, are at the forefront of supporting the vulnerable. Now more than ever their work is critical and the needs are increasing every day. With charities heavily reliant on public and private sector funding, their survival and continued impact is at risk. How can businesses, small and large, help them continue their work during and post-crisis?
Goal Click
How football, and photography, can be tools to help refugees rebuild their lives
Matthew Barrett is the Co-Founder of Goal Click, a global football storytelling platform helping people understand one another and the world through football. In this article, he introduces Goal Click Refugees, a series run in partnership with UNHCR, and articulates why the private sector must have a role in supporting displaced people around the world. Part of ‘Game On’ - a content stream exploring the intersection of sport, business and social impact, run in partnership with thinkBeyond.
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Introducing Game On – Sport for Social Impact
Meaningful Business and thinkBeyond are excited to present ‘Game On’ - a content stream exploring the intersection of sport, business and social impact. In this launch article, Nick Keller, Founder and President of thinkBeyond, shares the multiple benefits of sport as a pathway for positive change, and its role in helping communities recover from the pandemic.
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How Sport-for-Development Organisations can Build Bridges Between Businesses and Refugee Communities
Mary Connor is the Co-Founder and Executive Director of Soccer Without Borders, a global non-profit that uses soccer as a vehicle for positive change in the lives of underserved youth. Here, she discusses how its direct-service programmes support refugee and asylum-seeking youth in their journey to create a new home, and the ways in which brands can contribute to the growing issue of displaced people around the world. This article forms part of a series looking at how sport can support refugee communities, run in partnership with Goal Click and thinkBeyond.
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Supporting Refugees through Football, with Oleksandr (Sasha) Formichov, CEO, League of Tolerance
The number of displaced people in the world (including refugees, asylum seekers, and internally displaced persons) has now risen to 82.4 million, according to UNHCR. In partnership with Goal Click, we will hear from leaders of businesses and NGOs on how brands can engage with refugees and help rebuild their lives after displacement, through the lens of football. Co-hosted by thinkBeyond. Part of ‘Game On’ - a content stream exploring the intersection of sport, business and social impact, run in partnership with thinkBeyond.
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The Impact Measurement Gap – with Darshita Gillies, Founder & CEO, Maanch
With businesses putting an increasing focus on purpose and social impact, we will be looking at the current challenges in measurement and reporting of impact data, and getting expert views on how different types of organisations can improve their data collection to strengthen their business and help achieve the UN Sustainable Development Goals.
Zak Kaufman
Zak Kaufman

Zak Kaufman is Co-Founder and CEO of Vera Solutions, an award-winning social enterprise and Certified B Corporation using cloud and…