Jian Li Yew (Social Innovation Movement)
- Job title: Phase 2 Project Partner
- Location: Malaysia
- Organisation: Social Innovation Movement
- LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jianliyew
Jian Li Yew is the co-founder and CEO of Social Innovation Movement (SIM), envisioning a world where knowledge and action grow together. She collaborates with stakeholders across sectors and industries to create purposeful, sustainable impact that aims to address societal needs through an open process of participation, exchange and collaboration. Her educational background includes a Master’s Degree in Emerging Economies, King’s College London, United Kingdom, and a Bachelor’s Degree in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology from University of Melbourne, Australia.
Jian is a Phase 2 partner on the ‘Youth-led Social Enterprises‘ project in Malaysia, as well as the Large Grant project ‘Building inclusive and sustainable civil society: A social entrepreneurship toolkit created by and for young people‘ in Malaysia and Cambodia.
Search or browse the resource archive for films, reports, toolkits and other resources produced by the Changing the Story and its commissioned projects. Items written by Jian Li Yew are listed below:
|Narrating Career in Social Entrepreneurship||Narrating Career in Social Entrepreneurship: Experiences of Social Entrepreneurs by Andreana Drencheva, Jian Li Yew, and Wee Chan Au. The purpose of this qualitative study is to contribute to the …||Dr Andreana Drencheva, Dr Wee Chan Au, Jian Li Yew||Malaysia||format: article, language: english, SDG 11 Sustainable Cities, SDG 8 Work, SDG 9 Industry||malaysia location||article language-english sdg-11-sustainable-cities sdg-8-work sdg-9-industry|
|The landscape of social enterprises in Malaysia: Involvement of young people||Blog (2020/01/29) The landscape of social enterprises in Malaysia: Involvement of young people||Jian Li Yew||Malaysia, Phase 2, Young Changemakers||format: blog, language: english, subject: reflections, subject: youth||malaysia phase2 changemakers location||blog language-english subject-reflections youth|