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The Stanford Innovation Review defines social innovation as "...the best construct for understanding - and producing - lasting social change. In order to gain more precision and insight, we redefine social innovation to mean: A novel solution to a social problem that is more effective, efficient, sustainable, or just than existing solutions and for which the value created accrues primarily to society as a whole rather than private individuals."

We have started a map of the resources available around this exciting topic and hope to continue expanding and improving this view of the social innovation landscape.

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Social Enterprise Network Sites


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Skoll Foundation
Coca-Cola Foundation
Microsoft



Social Entrepreneurship
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“Women are Natural Social Entrepreneurs”


Can women lead the social enterprise revolution? Women are now starting social enterprises in rapidly-growing numbers. Women’s traits like compassion, long-term thinking, and social orientation are deemed as no longer weaknesses, but recognized as strengths.




Not for Profit Jobs in Puerto Rico

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