The Diaspora Network Alliance (DNA) hosted a two day workshop with 35 of its members. Young, Syrian entrepreneurs, culture conservation and humanitarian activists. The group discussed the role of social enterprise in supporting Syrians in the diaspora and Syrian communities within Syria.
The VIP.fund provided an introduction in to Communicating Social Enterprise and communications for movement building.
The discussion covered:
- Borrowing a communications framework from successful models of social enterprise.
- A step-by-step approach to building a communications strategy – using the edSeed example; a social enterprise and a platform to fund higher education for refugees that is incubated at the VIP.fund.