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Social entrepreneurship and the role of government

By Amanda Collins This post was uploaded after Amanda’s Global SE experience.   Before going to India, I was politically liberal with a firm belief in a strong Federal government. I’m still a politically liberal college student, but I have … Continue reading

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“…a meal to end all meals…”

By Sam Susanin Professor Moledina: “I ate too much man…” Sarah: “I would come back just for the brownie…” Erika & Sam: (silent at the end of the table with an utter feeling of contentment) Kipaya: (with a big smile … Continue reading

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What are we doing in India?

I am often asked, What do you do in India?. Well, our first goal is to learn, or “co-learn” as I like to put it. The way we do it is to constantly ask questions about how we are learning, … Continue reading

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Meet the 2011 Global SE Team

The 2011 team for the award winning Global Social Entrepreneurship (Global SE) is getting ready to travel to Bangalore for the field experience. We have been invited back by Dream a Dream and EnAble India to work/learn with them. Over … Continue reading

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