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ABOUT THE FORMER ASIA CENTRE FOR SOCIAL
ENTREPRENEURSHIP & PHILANTHROPY
The Centre for Computing for Social Good & Philanthropy builds on the work of the former Asia Centre for Social Entrepreneurship & Philanthropy (ACSEP).
ACSCEP was a research centre focused on rigorous and multi-disciplinary research on social entrepreneurship and philanthropy in Asia. Through the support and collaboration with stakeholders, partners and friends, its work sought to influence thinking and inspire social innovation that makes for a more vibrant, inclusive and equitable future for all.
Through collaborative research on issues of interest to policymakers, non-profit organisations, for-profit leaders, grant makers, philanthropists and practitioners, ACSEP helped to advance the impactful practice of social entrepreneurship and philanthropy as well as provide the sector with cases and research related to Asian examples.