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Want to be an innovative company? Think neurodiversity.
From an article by Wellbeing Pulse - the blog of t
The business world is now recognising that a neurodiverse workforce is more creative, innovative and productive, and one in which people with a range of strengths, backgrounds and viewpoints contribute to success.
From an article in The Big Issue
A London social enterprise running skate and streetwear stores. Helps young people break down barriers keeping them from work. 76% find employment. An initial 9 people helped has become 400.
Community empowerment through crowdfunded investment
From a report by Nesta
How investment crowdfunding models can be used to fund projects which are owned and run by the communities they serve, enabling community-led regeneration and boosting local resilience.
From an article by BusinessNews Wales
A not-for-profit microfinance organisation, set up to tackle unemployment and economic problems in communities. Helps people on benefits or a low income to start their own businesses, lending to people who are excluded by the traditional lenders.
Recipes rebuilding lives
From a blog by Migrateful
What started as a pilot in a home, has now developed into a charity with chefs who are refugees from all corners of the globe facilitating cookery classes for thousands of participants.
UK employers' guide to hiring refugees
A guide published by Breaking Barriers and Tent
Hiring refugees is an impactful way for companies to drive their business forward while addressing one of the most pressing challenges of our time - the global refugee crisis.
Creating a full circle solution to homelessness
The Social Bite Village will create an innovative, low cost, safe living environment for up to 20 people for around 12 -18 months. During this time the residents will receive extensive support.
Give managers basic training in mental health
From a blog by Quartz
Training managers to help care for employees' mental health would turn a contributing factor of mental illness—the workplace—into a protective one.
Employment reduces re-offending but not just any job
From an article by Econofact
Individuals are less likely to reoffend if they happen to be released at a time when the local low-skilled labour market is strong and when well-paying entry-level jobs are available.
Connecting talented young refugees with business leaders
From a video by Unilever
Embark is a reverse mentoring scheme that connects Turkish business leaders with young Syrians to exchange ideas, develops understanding and builds meaningful connections.
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