How can social entrepreneurship contribute to Peace?

How can social entrepreneurship contribute to Peace?

September 28, 2016 9:09 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

Peace is Possible Conference: Social entrepreneurship

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How can social entrepreneurship contribute to peace?

Sandie Davis, from Action Hampshire will share with us the tips to run successful businesses that help the community. She will demonstrate how social entrepreneurs approach societal issues to empower individuals through new skills and knowledge and improve our communities.

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Sandie is an experienced learning facilitator and coordinator of training and development programmes.  Her background is in delivering and managing youth work activities and mentoring youthworkers. She now uses those skills to support social entrepreneurs in building sustainable and effective businesses.  Sandie is committed to encouraging people to create social impact and make a difference in their community.

 

Action Hampshire: Changing the future, one business at a time

For almost 70 years, Action Hampshire has been supporting not-for-profit organisations to deliver great services to local people and communities; speak up for the changes they would like to see; and shape the future of where they live and work. Action Hampshire hosts the School for Social Entrepreneurs in Hampshire, offering training and advice to new and aspiring social entrepreneurs enabling them to run successful businesses that help the community and address social problems.
The School for Social Entrepreneurs Hampshire provides an exciting and challenging programme that brings together people who want to make a difference through social enterprise. It’s practical, rather than academic – all that’s required is a good idea and the drive and commitment to make it happen.

Join us in making peace possible

Come and join us on Thursday 20 October at our Peace is Possible Conference to find out more about social entrepreneurship and its contribution to peace.

To book your ticket, visit: bit.do/peaceispossible

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