Dave Ward, general secretary of the Communication Workers Union, speaks at the first in a series of 50 rallies across Britain organised by the union-led group Enough Is Enough, in London, on August 17. Photo: Bloomberg
Dave Ward, general secretary of the Communication Workers Union, speaks at the first in a series of 50 rallies across Britain organised by the union-led group Enough Is Enough, in London, on August 17. Photo: Bloomberg
Andrew Sheng
Opinion

Opinion

Andrew Sheng

Big business? Big government? To deliver social change, we need a third way

  • Neither big government nor big business is capable of addressing the social fallout from neoliberalism – rising inequality, climate warming, populism and polarisation
  • Social enterprises can deliver true change, but they need private-sector know-how to tap funding from stock markets – to create social equity markets

Dave Ward, general secretary of the Communication Workers Union, speaks at the first in a series of 50 rallies across Britain organised by the union-led group Enough Is Enough, in London, on August 17. Photo: Bloomberg
Dave Ward, general secretary of the Communication Workers Union, speaks at the first in a series of 50 rallies across Britain organised by the union-led group Enough Is Enough, in London, on August 17. Photo: Bloomberg
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