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.
Total 36 ideas
Dean is challenging entrenched gender inequality in South Africa by engaging men as change agents
Wendy Pekeur has established the first women-focused trade union in South Africa to champion the
William Bird is transforming the way children and children's issues are portrayed in the med
Through an approach called restorative justice, former probation officer Mike Batley is shifting
Jackie Branfield is tackling the alarming increase in child sexual abuse cases in South Africa he
Andile Carelse, a well-known South African singer, is leading the fight to end sexual abuse and v
Susan Steinman is bringing together people and resources from South Africa and around the world t
Charles Maisel has provided South African men with a method for preventing violence against women
Winnie Kubayi (South Africa 1998), the Director of the Centre for Criminal Justice, is working to
In South Africa's Eastern Cape province, Lesley Ann Foster (1996) is engaged in pioneering e
Seizing the opportunity posed by a nation-wide curriculum reform, Peter Volmink is working to int
Bernert Lekalakala and Ashwell Zwane (South Africa 1996) are establishing a model community-based
In South Africa, access to ordinary legal services has never been accessible to the black majorit
Former game ranger and peace worker, Iain is tackling social intolerance by demonstrating how hum
Sayed Iqbal Mohamed is showing how poor people can organize to protect their housing interests lo
Mmatshilo Motsei has established the Agisanang Domestic Abuse Prevention and Training program (AD
Integrity Labs empowers communities and organizations who seek justice by providing vital Digital
Entered in Changemakers Open Pipeline
EcoBrick are our vehicles to address multiple social challenges.
Green Xchange where heartland socially disadvantaged trade off their recyclables for free medical
If we are all part of the problem then we all need to be farmers of the solution.
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