For the marginalised in India, impact sourcing can lead to a better future.
Two UNSW teams are bound for Boston and London after reaching the regional finals of the Hult Prize – the world’s largest social enterprise competition offering a prize of $US1 million.
How would you improve the lives of people in crowded cities if you had $1 million? Students will have the chance to answer to this question at the Hult Prize competition, hosted for the first time at UNSW.
Not all innovation is geared toward commercial gain. UNSW magazine looks at three social initiatives making a difference in the world.
UNSW Chancellor David Gonski will present a free public lecture, Creating Social Change: From innovation to Impact, at UNSW on Wednesday, 6 August.
Commerce/Law student Arthur Wang will explore how OECD nations can build resilient economies in the face of uncertainty at an international forum in Paris next month.