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Appetite for Disruption – a call for new disruptive finance policy ideas to promote a sustainable economy

The Finance Lab and its participants from mainstream finance, academia, environmental NGOs and social entrepreneurs, have a shared vision of […]

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Letters from the Streets of Greece: Witness to Breakdown

Greece, the cradle of Western civilisation, is one of the first countries to fall as a result of the financial […]

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Would fairer societies have fewer financial crises?

As the protestors outside St. Pauls and in capitals around the world begin to bed in, one thing is becoming […]

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Naomi Klein's speech at Occupy Wall Street

One of my personal hero’s growing up – Naomi Klein reminds us of where we were 10 years ago and […]

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Going Slow to Go Far

by Tina Santiago The Finance Innovation Lab core team and a handful of  active supporters, took three days at West […]

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The Lab is featured in Forbes

The Finance Innovation Lab was featured in Forbes this month. Lab co-convener Rachel Sinha was interviewed by Rahim Kanani At […]

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SOCAP11 – What I saw

Rachel Sinha (Sustainability Manager ICAEW, The Finance Innovation Lab) Through the power of networks and great conferences (we met Kevin, […]

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Intercontinental Ballistic Microfinance

The Kiva team recently produced this inspiring visualisation that maps peer-to-peer micro lending and borrowing around the world, over a […]

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Why do we need The Finance Innovation Lab?

The financial crisis has shown us that the current market arrangements, rather than markets per se, have failed us. There […]

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defra white paper: The Natural Choice

The Department for Environment Food and Rural Affairs released a White Paper on 7 June. The plans are contained in […]

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Innovation Workshop

On May 23rd, David Braid (Central Saint Martins) and Ben Curtis (Positive Money) hosted a workshop to share their projects. […]

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Positive Money

  Positive Money is a campaign that is challenging the fact that 97% of the money in our economy is created […]

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The Art of Collaborative Leadership: cultivating our capacity for hosting Systemic Transformation

West Lexham, June 9-12, 2011   Written by Vanessa Reid Over the weekend of June 9-12, 2011 a group of […]

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Designing Business For Impact – Oxford Jam

Rachel, Tina and Patrick (Said Business School) hosted a session on Designing Business for Impact. This session looked at how […]

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