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Intercultural Communication and Social Entrepreneurship

By Sarah Abboud When you hear the term intercultural communication, you may immediately think of communication that takes place between people of different cultures in the geographic sense. I have been participating in intercultural communication ever since I arrived in … Continue reading

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measuring the social value of values

During our first week as interns at EnAble India, as we were finalizing the specific topic of our project, our team conducted a SWOT Analysis of the organization (ie, examining EI’s strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats). After first brainstorming in … Continue reading

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Process vs. People

By Constance Ferber After having finished with the GSE internship with Dream A Dream, a concept that has really stuck with me is the idea of process-driven organizations verses people-driven organizations. This was introduced to us during our CSIM orientation … Continue reading

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Learning in an urban garden

by Urban-Farm Intern Noreen Lucic “This produce was grown only a few blocks away from here.  It was picked fresh this morning and grown using all organic farming methods.  Proceeds from these sales go back into our work study program … Continue reading

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How to include the disabled and BOP: Similarities between Enable India and C.K. Prahlad’s propositions for the private sector

By Gitika Mohta I started the GSE field experience with a fascination for Enable India’s (EI) concept of fostering inclusiveness amongst employers of People with Disabilities (PWDs). Post-GSE, I began to read C.K. Prahlad’s most acclaimed work “The Fortune at … Continue reading

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