COVID-19 has seen a remarkable change in the way we live our lives. Many of us don’t commute any more but work at
The young people of today have never known any system aside from globalized capitalism. We grew up during one recession and are now graduating into a different one, we have felt the precariousness of modern housing and we have had the continuous existential threat of climate change weighing over us.
In less than a decade there has been a huge change in the way people approach social change. Young people across the world are becoming more concerned about making a positive impact on the world they live in. According to Forbes, 94% of young people want to use their skills to benefit a cause. This change in the way people think brought with it a realisation that charity isn’t the way forward as it does not provide a sustainable long term solution. This led to people turning to Social Entrepreneurship.