An interview with David Bornstein, author of How to Change the World: Social Entrepreneurs and the Power of New Ideas.
Bornstein shares his thoughts about why many big ideas are little known, how everyone has the ability to be a changemaker, and what stories have inspired him the most.
Want to learn chess? How to play samba music on the drums? Some smooth Latin dance moves? Ideally, you go to the experts -- people who have been doing these things for years and years.
In South Africa, David Fortune is getting children off the streets by reconnecting them with their families. Through his 16 year-old organization, STREETS, Fortune and his team of field workers help hundreds of street children avoid the pitfalls of neglect and abuse by giving them the skills to transition into adulthood.
The kitchen table is a symbol of comfort and security -- a place for safe and honest conversation and welcome advice. It can also be a tool to help confront the most private and secret of crimes -- domestic violence.
Every child deserves a safe and secure childhood, and in Thailand there's an organization working to make this a possibility for hundreds of kids. Founded in 1993 by children's rights pioneer, Montri Sintawichai, the Child Protection Foundation is Thailand's first community-based organization that shelters abused children and helps their families - including abusive parents - address the root causes of abuse.
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