Category Archives: JenLi Model

The JenLi Manifesto – Part 3: Moving the mainstream economy towards a social economy

This part of the Manifesto describes how the ideas presented in Part 1 and Part 2 can be implemented through undertaking integrated development projects for the creation of self-sufficient communities – the approach has been named the Plexus Concept as a … Continue reading

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The JenLi Manifesto – Part 2: Attracting and leveraging philanthropic capital

“If the state has to rescue the financial system – the heart and soul of the capitalist economy – the game has to change”, pronounced Martin Wolf, chief economics commentator at the Financial Times, on the financial crisis of 2007-09. … Continue reading

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The JenLi Manifesto – Part 1: A Convenient Truth

If Cameron’s “Big Society” is a call to arms and modern capitalism the front-line in rebalancing social and financial agendas; then we are still mobilising ourselves no better than eager freedom fighters. Quixotic vengeance and impassioned goodwill without a coherent … Continue reading

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JenLi Foundation: Case for Support

Goal: To reduce social deprivation, inequality and the risk of conflict through the creation of self-sufficient communities. Mission: To undertake renewal of the physical, social and economic fabric of deprived neighbourhoods, investing responsibly in projects and people.

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