What Can the World of Social Impact Learn from Toys?

Talking toy-making, play, and change-making with Ilana Ben-Ari, founder Twenty One Toys

Why It Matters

Social entrepreneur Ilana Ben-Ari makes toys to teach empathy and failure. Learning through play isn’t a new concept, but there are emerging ideas here that could punch up social impact leadership.

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