Social enterprises drive fight for gender equality

Social enterprises from across the world have outlined plans to help tackle gender inequality on the second day of the Social Enterprise World Forum.

Social enterprises are companies that generate income, but use their work and profits to  help local communities, such as by tackling prejudice, providing health services and employment.

In the UK, period poverty and discrimination at work has been front of centre of the work of a successful social enterprise, Hey Girls.

At the Social Enterprise World Forum, The Noble Cup has set out a similar plan to tackle the same issues in a developing country.

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