Yunus Scholarship | One Young World 2020

Yunus Centre is currently accepting applications for candidates to participate in the One Young World 2019 Summit in Munich, Germany from 14 - 17 October, 2020. The annual One Young World Summit brings together the most valuable young talents from global and national companies, NGOs, universities and other youth-friendly organizations. Delegates meet and make lasting connections with peers from almost every industry, sector and country. For One Young World 2020, 10 selected candida ...read more

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Yunus Scholarship | One Young World 2020

Yunus Centre is currently accepting applications for candidates to participate in the One Young World 2020 Summit in Munich, Germany from 14 - 17 October, 2020.

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Professor Yunus has been promoting the concept of Grameen social businesses for a long time with the belief that this model will address the problems unresolved by the present capitalist system. Social business is a Non-dividend Company, which returns the investor’s money over time and is entirely dedicated to achieving social goals. The ultimate goal of Yunus Centre is to send poverty to museums. It strives to engage students, individuals and organizations in the social business movement through workshops, internships programs, immersion programs, projects, etc. to achieve the goal.
Immersion Program

The Immersion Program is a one-month intensive program, which aims to provide young minds with an opportunity to learn about the concept of social business, as well as the philosophy of Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Professor Muhammad Yunus.

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EXPOSURE VISIT

Since October 2006, when Professor Yunus and Grameen Bank jointly received the Nobel Peace Prize, local and international interest in Professor Yunus' work has continuously increased. In order to address this ever-growing attention, .

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Yunus Centre Internship

Being the global centre of excellence for social business incubation, Yunus Centre aims to involve brilliant young minds from all over the world to study on social business ideas. The internship program allows interns to gain valuable insights on Professor Yunus’ philosophy.

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Yunus Centre -Global Hub for Social Business

Who we are

Since October 2006, when Professor Yunus and Grameen Bank jointly received the Nobel Peace Prize, local and international interest in Professor Yunus' work has continuously increased. In order to addr

What we do

The Yunus Centre's activities include, but certainly are not limited to, the following:Poverty-Free World CampaignProfessor Yunus has long said that poverty is an unnecessary imposed by society on peo

Social Business

What is social business?

A social business is a non-dividend business whose aim is to solve a social problem through business methods. It is different from both a traditional personal profit-making business and a not-for-profit organization.

All profits from operation of the business must go toward achieving one or more social objectives in addition to covering costs of the company. No personal gain is desired by its investors. A social business can address problems such as providing healthcare, housing, and financial services for the poor, nutrition for malnourished children, providing safe drinking water, introducing renewable energy and much more in a business way.

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26 February 2020

Yunus Scholarship | One Young World 2020

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09 February 2020

অনূর্ধ্ব-১৯ বিশ্বকাপে চ্যাম্পিয়ন হওয়ায় বাংলাদেশ অনূর্ধ্ব-১৯ ক্রিকেট দলকে প্রফেসর ইউনূসের অভিনন্দন

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22 January 2020

MICROCAPITAL BRIEF: Grameen Credit Agricole Foundation Loans $3.7m to Proximity, Chamroeun for Microfinance in Myanmar, Cambodia

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WHO WILL INVEST IN SOCIAL BUSINESS? WHY?

Social business is based on the intrinsic desire of self-sacrifice that resides in all human being for the promotion of well-being of its own species, all living beings, and the planet. Given opportunity, most people who can afford it will choose to invest in social business. In addition, institutions, foundations, businesses, governments, donors agencies, any entity which is involved in investment or charity will invest in social business.

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