7:00 AM - 8:00 AM PDT
This session will take a deeper dive into the concept of the State as a social enterprise. Join the conversation!
The Social Enterprise mandate is to produce services and goods in an efficient and accessible format that is financially sustainable while creating positive change in the World. Can the State be viewed as a form of social enterprise? Using lenses of philosophy, finance, political economy and practical organization strategy speakers reflect on the implications of the Nation State as both change agent and target of change.
For developing nations this is an existential challenge given the imperatives of feeding, clothing and housing their people; while for developed nations in a time of nationalistic rhetoric and rising authoritarianism, one must ask if against a background of historic, systemic racism, can the State itself be viewed as the object of social enterprise change and accountability?
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Founder and CEO
Impact Investment Exchange (IIX)
Blended Value Group
Centre for African Social Entrepreneurship (CASE)
Innv8e (PTY) LTD