from The Jobs Letter No.147 / 26 June 2001
CAN (Community Action Network), established by Andrew Mawson, Adele
Blakebrough and Helen Taylor Thompson as a mutual learning and support network for social entrepreneurs.
Ashoka: Innovators for the Public, which identifies and invests in social entrepreneurs
in 41 countries worldwide.
Changemakers resources, ideas and opportunities for people interested in learning
more about innovative social change.
Demos an independent think tank and research institute based in London which aims
to help reinvigorate public policy and political thinking and to develop radical solutions to
long term problems.
Mark Latham website promoting "Third Way" welfare reforms in Australia
The School for Social Entrepreneurs, established by Lord Michael Young in 1997.
unLTD: The Foundation for Social Entrepreneurs, which manages a £100 million fund
to foster social entrepreneurship.
COMMACT: Commonwealth Association for Local Action and Economic
Development with national chapters in the UK, Malaysia, India, South Africa, Australia and New Zealand.
Australian Social Entrepreneurs Network (SEN), established in 2001
Steve Maharey "Where For Welfare? Social Development And The Refurbishment Of The Welfare State" speech 6 June 2001 to the Sydney Institute, Sydney, Australia.
Mark Latham, Australian Labor MP for Werriwa, "Stakeholder Welfare" speech 11
January 2001, at the International Conference on Asset-Based Welfare, hosted by the Institute
for Public Policy Research and the Centre for Social Development, London.
Andrew Mawson, CAN-UK, "Social Entrepreneurship and Community Action"
transcript of speech to the Brisbane Institute, April 2000
Fr Nic Frances, Executive Director, Brotherhood of St Laurence "What is a social
entrepreneur?" Impact November 2000
Charles Leadbeater, "Sir Humphrey needs venture capital" New Statesman 27th
David Bornstein, "Changing the World on a Shoestring" The Atlantic Monthly
Paul Hawken, "The Resurgence of Citizens' Movements" www.electnet.org/dsp_essay.cfm?intID=83