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TWICE Podcasts:Green Social Enterprise Perspectives & Policy

NZ Greens social enterprise perspectives and policy with Chloe Swarbrick and Gareth Hughes - #Election17 episode 2 of 4.

We've invited senior politicians from each of the four major political parties to discuss social enterprise, community and engagement. This 2nd of 4 #Election17 episodes speaks with Chloe Swarbrick, candidate for Auckland central, and Gareth Hughes, MP for East Coast electorate in a near-full length episode.

Social enterprise is a fast-growing do-good sector in New Zealand, with the primary purpose of social impact before personal profit. ‘twice’: two weeks in creative endeavour is an independent show focusing on the sector.

Our purpose for this special series is to ‘be useful to building the social enterprise sector in New Zealand through meaningful dialogue with politicians’. Tomorrow, it’s NZ National with Minister for Community and Voluntary Sector Alfred Ngaro, and the series concludes on Friday with NZ First and Ria Bond, MP for Invercargill.

Episode permalink: http://twicepodcast.com/52b-nz-greens-and-social-enterprise-with-chloe-swarbrick-and-gareth-hughes-election17

Apple Podcasts: https://itunes.apple.com/nz/podcast/twice/id1044532064

Web: twicepodcast.com

iOS: https://overcast.fm/itunes1044532064/twice-two-weeks-in-creative-endeavour

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