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Explore this collection of the world’s most promising social innovations, submitted from every corner of the globe. These solutions give you insights into where the world is heading in the future.

 

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Food wastage is a world wide problem and it`s happening even in the university`s Restaurant.
Human rights abuses remain unseen every day, with victims in hard-to reach areas left with no mea
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James Bevan has developed a global methodology to identify and map flows of illegal weapons into
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Mel Young has dedicated over two decades to tackling homelessness in Scotland, in the UK and arou
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Across much of Africa, people in prisons are closed away from society and stripped of their basic
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Shauneen Lambe is changing the criminal justice system’s treatment of young offenders from one of
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Mark Johnson believes that only offenders can stop reoffending.
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In deprived areas of London, increased violence, theft, and drug use have contributed to the rise
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Government service programs are failing to address the needs of the increasing number of children
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Adaptavate beleive that there is a better way of making building materials.
APP’s approach rests on a fundamental premise – the poor and marginalised overwhelmingly represen
The objective of the Bangladeshi Garment Employee Gold Standard – Certificate (GEGS), is to set u
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Petrochemicals and PTFE enter the environment via people's bikes every year.
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Home is within our heart. Furnishings in our homes makes them places to relax.
Through books, apps & cartoons we tell the story of ‘Detective Dot’, an 8 year old female cod
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Khama is an accessories brand built on a collaboration between designers in London and Malawi.
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UK produces apparel waste of 350,000tonnes worth £140millions pa.
RubyMoon sustainable swim & activewear donates all it's profits to women entrepreneurs i
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The Nusa Project proposes a waste management social-enterprise model that facilitates a process o
Raise her Voice- a social enterprise with multi layered benefit & holistic approach.