November 22 to 23, China Foundation Development Forum • 2018 will be held in Suzhou, the theme of this annual meeting is "Ten Years-Social Transformation and China Foundation".
Twelve forums were set up to focus on industry issues from the tactical and operational perspectives and to discuss new trends, including education, environmental protection, public finance and internationalization.
A forum hosted by the Beijing Leping Social Entrepreneur Foundation will be held on the morning of November 23. The theme is: Advanced Perspectives of the Stanford Social Innovation Review in the New Decade
Discuss new trends with SSIR
China Foundation Development Forum • Parallel Forum
Perspectives of the Stanford Social Innovation Review in the New Decade
The Agenda of Forum
Keynote address 10:33-11:00
《20 Latest Global Trends: The Path to Problem Solving》
Interactive Session 1 11:00-11:45
《Your Observation: What do you think are the world trends and the new trends in China?》
Interactive Session 2 11:45-12:30
《Your action: How do we contribute to the emergence of new trends in China?》
Dongshu, Secretary-General of Beijing Leping Social Entrepreneur Foundation
Mr. Shen is a social entrepreneur, a continuous entrepreneur and a trigger of social innovation. In 2002, he co-founded the Beijing Leping Social Entrepreneur Foundation and led it to become the yeast of accelerate social innovation. Within ten years, he cultivated five social enterprises, and constructed the social innovation market through capital, talent and thought. In 2013, he introduced SVP to China as a new way to inject capital, intelligence and intellectual support for social innovation.
Mr. Shen has always led Leping to strive for its own mission and improving social influence. Leping currently has the richest investment experience and social enterprise portfolio in China. The Leping Foundation also plans to publish a series of books on social innovation and develop a curriculum on social innovation. Recently, Leping became the Chinese publisher of the Stanford Social Innovation Review. These explorations reflect Leping's mission to build an inclusive society.
In 2014, Mr. Shen was named the "Young Leader of China" by Southern People Weekly. In 2017, he became editor-in-chief of the Chinese edition of the Stanford Review of Social Innovation.
Fan Li is an international consultant to Leping Social Entrepreneur Foundation and co-editor of the Chinese edition of the Stanford Review of Social Innovation
She began to learn about non-profit organizations during his study in Japan in 1999 and joined the Japan Non-Profit Center in 2001, in charge of international exchanges and capacity-building of non-profit organizations. Co-founded with Robin Rowland in 2003, Global Partnership aims to promote social entrepreneurship in East Asia and globally. In 2004, Global Partnership first introduced the concept of social entrepreneurship to mainland China. Li Fan is one of the co-sponsors of the "China-US Strategic Charity" exchange platform and brought the SVP to China. From 2009 to 2012, as a business consultant for both sides, she participated in the preparation for the establishment of the first Japanese cooperative social enterprise: Fuping Chuangyuan Agricultural Company. Her articles have been translated into many languages and published in newspapers and on the Internet. In 2010, she co-edited with Mr. Xie Jiaju and published the first bilingual book about Chinese social entrepreneurs: "New Thinking for the Public". In 2013, her translated version of "A Radish Started the Revolution" made it to the top of the triple bookstore sales charts.
Organizer：Beijing Leping Public Welfare Foundation
The Beijing Leping Social Entrepreneur Foundation was officially registered in October 2010 and is co-sponsored by credible Chinese economists, academics and businessmen. Standing directors include: Ai Luming, Lin Rongqiang, Mao Yushi, Shen Dongshu, Tang Min, Wu Jinglian, Zhou Qingzhi, Zhang Weiying, Zi Zhongyun.
In partnership with the Stanford University PACS Center, the Leping Social Entrepreneur Foundation introduced the Stanford Social Innovation Review in 2017 as its only authorized Chinese publisher.
The Stanford Social Innovation Review (SSIR), founded in 2003, is one of the most authoritative books in the field of global social innovation and guides and inspires millions of leaders all over the world.
Through the Stanford Social Innovation Review in Chinese, Leping hopes to introduce new developments in the field of global social innovation to China and help build China's social innovation knowledge system and cross-border innovation community. At the same time, Leping also focuses on local social innovation cases, hoping to bring together local Chinese knowledge and global knowledge to present all the social innovations taking place in Asia and emerging market economies.
SSIR focuses on innovative solutions on a global scale
In Vietnam, iCare, a social-enterprise company, helps workers buy basic consumer goods and services and solves the problem of "borrowing difficulties" they face. (From SSIR Chinese Edition No. 01)
In the United States, it is difficult for environmental businesses to borrow money. Budd and Jones tried to fill the funding gap by creating a special form of credit union. (From SSIR Chinese Edition No. 02)
In Beijing, Zhong Building Firm has renovated the courtyard while preserving the hutong pattern. They preserved the main structure of the old house and stuffed it into a prefabricated "box" that meets modern living standards. (From SSIR Chinese Edition No. 02)