Project Lantern is a youth-led initiative on a mission to engage, enable and support young people across the globe in creating real social change. Our first project is Lantern – a podcast about young people trying to ‘change the world’ and trying to understand what that actually means.
Do you go to sleep each night wanting to change the world? Do you have a passion for social impact and dream of starting your own social enterprise? If this sounds like you, then you should definitely be attending the 2019 Youth Forum.
Recently, we received an email from Joan, Joan lives in ‘Good Enough Island’, which is located east off the Mainland of PNG, in Milne Bay Province. Due to being so remote, they have nothing. The school libraries have little books which are mainly out-dated and ruined. We have made getting a container to them our next project. Although, we need help.
Co-Ground is not your classic charity. It is a global network of changemakers working together to make equality real. Through social enterprise, vibrant events and committed volunteers, Co-Ground feeds 100% of its profits where they counts most, in our community programs. We have education and livelihood programs in the Asia-Pacific that are all community developed and led, ensuring our impact is sustainable.
Moral Fairground’s renowned Ethical Enterprise Award is back this year with a surge of Australian businesses vying for the title.
Moral Fairground’s renowned Ethical Enterprise Conference is back this year with a surge of Australian businesses rallying behind the 2018 theme to “future-proof for purpose, sustainable growth and impact”.
We are all about making the world a better place each and every day. Whether it’s as something as simple as brightening up someones day with a smile, we believe that everyone can positively impact our world.
Our goal is to put out good karma everyday – and collectively, significantly impact our world for the better. We want to do this by having a product offering that people love, that will also make a meaningful difference in the world.
The Social Impact Festival is hosted by the Centre for Social Impact UWA at The University of Western Australia Business School (CSI UWA). It is a series of events in July that celebrate initiatives bringing about positive social change, with a focus on Western Australia. It is the flagship annual event and primary public engagement initiative of CSI UWA with massive potential for translating important research, collaborating with industry and community, influencing public policy, and generating a significant positive impact.
‘Keeping it real’ is my own personal project where I aim to share content that both inspires and sheds light on various social constructs, issues and/or social innovations. My aim is to create honest content that is relatable, and that prompts discussion and thought.
Originally from New Zealand, I have spent the last three years both living and working overseas on numerous international projects and events in both the public and private sectors. I have a degree in Management and Psychology, a background in International Development and am focused on and passionate about creating a positive impact and driving social change.