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Listen to Plenary session 3 from the Humanitarian Innovation Conference, held at Keble College, Oxford on 19–20 July 2014.


Defining ‘social entrepreneurship’ – Pamela Hartigan, Skoll Centre, University of Oxford


The beginnings of RefugePoint – Sasha Chanoff, RefugePoint


How can innovation help organisations work together? How can it help the UN improve the way it works with partner organisations?


Private funding and RefugePoint


How organisations can evaluate and measure their impact, and how host countries can support refugee integration


Career choice – personal motivation


What is ‘humanitarian enterprise’? What can entrepreneurs do in the humanitarian field?

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