ANSWER ALL THREE (3) QUESTIONS, 1000 words each question ( include a&b)
1) “I believe that we can create a poverty-free world because poverty is not created by poor people. It has been created and sustained by the economic and social systems that we have designed for ourselves; the institutions and concepts that make up that system; the policies that we pursue.”
To overcome poverty and the flaws of the economic crisis in our society, we need to envision our social life. We have to free our mind, imagine what has never happened before and write social fiction. We need to imagine things to make them happen. If you don’t imagine, it will never happen.
Poverty is an artificial, external imposition on a human being; it is not innate in a human being. And since it is external, it can be removed. It is just a question of doing it.
Poverty is the absence of all human rights. The frustrations, hostility and anger generated by abject poverty cannot sustain peace in any society.״ (Muhammad Yunus).
a. The UN established the end of poverty as the first Sustainable Development Goal for 2030. Do you think it is achievable? Why is this so important?
b. What is the role of social entrepreneurship in achieving this goal? Use relevant models and knowledge in your answer.
2) “That’s when I started to realize that the most powerful force in the world is a big idea—if it is in the hands of a great entrepreneur. Entrepreneurs almost always have to step out of existing institutions that embody old ways of doing things to build their vision.” (Bill Drayton, Ashoka)
a. What are the characteristics you witnessed in this unit of great social entrepreneurs and how important are they for moving from a big idea to execution? You can use an example that truly inspired you.
b. Combine the characteristics of great social entrepreneurs with the stages of a social enterprise. Which are the most important characteristics in each stage and why?
3) “One of the newest figures to emerge on the world stage in recent years is the social entrepreneur. This is usually someone who burns with desire to make a positive social impact on the world, but believes that the best way of doing it is, as the saying goes, not by giving poor people a fish and feeding them for a day, but by teaching them to fish, in hopes of feeding them for a lifetime. I have come to know several social entrepreneurs in recent years, and most combine a business school brain with a social worker’s heart. The triple convergence and the flattening of the world have been a godsend for them. Those who get it and are adapting to it have begun launching some very innovative projects.” (Thomas L. Friedman, The World Is Flat:
A Brief History of the Twenty-first Century).
a. How is social entrepreneurship cultivated by the recent changes in our world, such as globalisation and technology, the same changes that led Friedman to say that the world is flat?
b. What opportunities and challenges does our changing world pose for social entrepreneurs?
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