Brian Kaitano, BSc IT student at Maseno University, Kenya, focuses on both local and global lessons learnt during the pandemic for a revamp of inclusive education via digital technologies.
Strategies for reaching net zero
Download Global Voice magazine #20: With 112 pages and 19 articles from 37 faculty and practitioner contributors.
Alexis de La Tour du Pin, ESSEC Business School, with a focus on sustainability transformation, why sustainability is essential and what will make it happen.
Profs Mario Aquino Alves, Eduardo Diniz and colleagues at FGV-EAESP, look at the Instituo Palmas and its digital social money initiative in Brazil.
Profs Andrew Crane and Dirk Matten explore how conventional CSR approaches were impacted by the pandemic and how they should be approached for a better future.
Corporate giving has been on the rise over the past decade, playing a critical part in addressing various global inequities and injustices. But are corporate foundations’ philanthropic actions unwittingly getting some global challenges out of the frying pan into the fire?
Including people with disabilities as bringers of value to both society and the economy is essential. But despite laws, results have been poor. Dr Armand Bam, Stellenbosch University Business School, and Professor Linda Ronnie, UCT School of Management Studies, explore the reasons why to provide a practical blueprint for effective disability inclusion strategy.