A quiet revolution

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Once in a rare while the fundamental architecture of a significant part of society shifts. Over the last two and one-half decades the organisation of the social half of society, led by social entrepreneurs, 
has done so.

– Bill Drayton, Ashoka, 2002

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Cheryl Kernot

Cheryl Kernot is the  first Director of Teaching and Learning at the Centre for Social Impact (CSI), a unique partnership between Business Schools of...

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