If every entrepreneur has an altruistic side, is it fair to carve out a special category of "social" entrepreneurship?
Sabeen Mahmud created a successful community space, The Second Floor, in Pakistan. Here's how she did it.
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How Ben & Jerry's ice cream business anticipated the modern benefit corporation - decades before it became a trend in social business.
These days, "innovation" seems to be everywhere, but who's innovating and what does it actually achieve in the developing world?
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A year after the murder of Sabeen Mahmud, reflecting on what her loss has meant for T2F, Karachi, and the world.
It's always hard to follow in the footsteps of a founder - even more so after her passing. Marvi Mazhar reflects on the challenging yet rewarding year at T2F after Sabeen Mahmud's death.
Pakistani photojournalist and designer Alifiyah Imani on how a chance opening at The Second Floor changed her life -- and helped her find her calling.
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How the innovator behind the Youth for Technology Foundation shaped her strategy.
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The Birthing Project works through a network of dedicated women around the globe. Christen Hebrard is one of them.
At 7, Map Kibera is now a veteran in the civic technology space. Co-Founder Erica Hagen discusses how the organization has learned and changed.
Sabeen Mahmud was a hero to many, but first, she was a daughter. Mahenaz Mahmud introduces us to the daughter that she knew.