Social entrepeneurship and disruptive citizenship: On the 9th of June, the SEC (Student Entrepreneurship Committee) of the Amsterdam University College will organise a guest lecture and invite special speaker Steven de Waal, founder of the Public Space Foundation. Steven has been a pioneer in the field of social entrepreneurship and got his promotion on the values of civil leaders. He has written several books on advancing technologies that disrupt politics and give power to the civil society. In this talk, he will briefly talk about his personal background, his personal affiliations with social entrepreneurship, the historical trends in the conceptual debate around social entrepreneurship and his think tank Public Space, as his own social enterprise. There is going to be a short interview and at the end of the session there will be time for a Q&A.