Tag: Reduced inequalities

10 amazing individuals with heart for the community

While many youths say volunteering is a boring and mundane job, others are still spending their weekends doing some epic social work. Some are influenced by a moment of inspiration. To transform the lives of distressed communities. Some may have been influenced by their own struggles in the community itself….

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Social Progress Malaysia Award for Incitement Malaysia

  “Yesterday was history, tomorrow is a mystery but today is an opportunity. That’s why today is also called Present” And another award makes the team stronger! Congratulations Incitement Malaysia for another outstanding award. Social Progress Malaysia Award has been awarded to The Incitement team for the outstanding effort on…

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Who is going to protect our children?

Nothing is scarier than knowing your children whom you dearly love, are being abused either physically or mentally. In some parts of the world, child abuse has yet to receive exposure. People know about it, people talk about it, people even feel scared about this issue. But that’s not enough…

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The Biggest Lessons of 2016 from some of the Biggest Minds in Social Entrepreneurship

  “We have a visceral reaction to the idea of people making a lot of money helping others. Interestingly, we don’t have a visceral reaction to the idea that people should make a lot of money not helping other people” ~ Dan Pallotta 2016 has been a challenging year. Not…

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Do you really need to volunteer? Are you selfish when you don’t?

If it’s up to us (or some of us at the very least), we want to do whatever we can or whatever it takes to help whomever is in dire need of help. But let’s be realistic here. If you’re not making this your full-time job, it’s impossible for you…

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Why international NGOs lean towards corruption?

“If you’re in the business of helping people, do it right. Do whatever it takes to make it right.” This is one out of many comments that I saw when the Red Cross post went viral across social media. If you missed the news, let me tell you exactly what…

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Incitement volunteers for Kechara Soup Kitchen

  Incitement Tribe volunteers meet Kechara Soup Kitchen   This year we want to bring something different to the table and engage more with the Incitement tribe – who have been our biggest supporters. Instead of just casually hanging out at the mamak and enjoy our favourite ‘teh tarik’ (frothy…

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3 Things Governments, Companies, NGO’s, and Volunteers Can Do To Solve Society’s Challenges

Now, I don’t know about you, but I for one am getting pretty fed up with this nonsensical idea that we can rely on organizations such as the UN, large international NGO’s, and governments to solve some of the most pressing issues society has ever faced. Have a look at…

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12 Predictions for 2016 From the Brightest Minds in Social Entrepreneurship

“You want to make 50 million dollars selling violent video games to kids, go for it. We’ll put you on the cover of Wired magazine. But you want to make half a million dollars trying to cure kids of malaria, and you’re considered a parasite yourself.” This quote by Dan…

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Everything That’s Wrong With The Charitable Industry In One Sentence

There is one crucial thing I learned from running both a for-profit business and a social enterprise, and I think every so-called “social entrepreneur” should take a minute of introspection to contemplate on this. Because in my humble opinion – and I’m sorry (not sorry) if this offends you in…

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