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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.

 

Total 117 ideas
At present, there is no public space dedicated to awareness and education about sexual exploitati
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Lone Koldby is humanizing long-term care for the elderly in Norway by placing activity and social
Entered in Ashoka Fellows
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Eddi Eidsvåg is helping troubled youth (“pøbel” In Norwegian) who are ill-equipped for successful
Entered in Ashoka Fellows
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Kjartan Eide is shifting the norms in classrooms across Scandinavia to unleash the active, playfu
Entered in Ashoka Fellows
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Heidi is shifting social responses to dementia so that the person with the diagnosis is the focal
Entered in Ashoka Fellows
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Internationally, Norway has an image as a nation with few problems—a treasured identity.
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Awareness, combined with Equipment, creates space for Involvement.
BeeKeeper Parade uses discarded fabric and textile waste headed for Cambodian landfill and transf
Krama Heritage commercializes Cambodia's traditional scarf as a branded fashion accessory to
Krama Heritage commercializes Cambodia's traditional scarf as a branded fashion accessory to
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To provide poor parents of marginalized kids with vocational skills-training to produce apparel u
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Thirty years ago mongoloide people were hidden in institutions, even in Europe.
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Lucky Iron Fish is a growing social enterprise with big aspirations: to tackle and wipe out iron
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Backstreet Academy is a peer-to-peer impact travel platform for developing countries.People in po
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Color Silk ail to empower communities through sustainable development of silk weaving work for ec
Collaborating with cross sector stakeholders, a new CSR programme will be delivered to address bo
The project will increase participation of Cambodian female garment factory workers in decision-m
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Suaveco believes that clothes can be the tools of a positive impact while still being chic, class