2016 Y20 delegate Sam Johnson is a contributor to Probono Australia this month. His article 'Catalysing Australia’s Social Enterprise Sector' discusses the commercial viability and impact social enterprise schemes have on our community. Sam's analysis flows from his research under the Global Voices Research Fellowship.
To read the article in full please visit the Probono Australia website by clicking here or by copying the following URL into your browser http://bit.ly/sam-probono
Sam is pursuing a Bachelor of Engineering (Civil) at the University of New South Wales where he is a UNSW Co-op Scholar. He is involved with Engineers Without Borders Australia and has undertaken internships at the City of Sydney Council and the World Bank Sydney. In July, Sam and other young people from across the G20 will meet in Shanghai and prepare a paper for the G20 Leaders.
Global Voices would like to thank our valued partner the UNSW Co-op Program for supporting Sam's place to the Y20 Summit.