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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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Ce voyage a commencé dans un cercle, un petit groupe de champions qui se sont rencontrés au bon m
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This journey started with a circle, a small group of champions who were brought together at the r
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Our project is unique and distinct from other similar programs due to the number of partnerships
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Ethik BGC works along the value chain promoting a triple bottom line that works for people and it
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Chonaic is a social enterprise that will change the way the world wears clothing.
J's Junk is a family-owned junk removal company, offering efficient, fast, and eco-friendly junk
Project Village aims to employ and empower underprivileged Toronto women in a sustainable way and
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A peer reviewed scientific dissection of influence in all its forms.
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Book review: "Sari, this is fascinating.
A program delivered at schools for 6th-grade students to teach the ABC's on how to make good nutr
Children in class get too restless and bored.
Promotes healthy living in Canada by opening up full gym facilities where it is free to enrol and
Every donation or sale of my art goes towards taking teams of people to learn from people living
This is an interactive simulation that allows the user to play the role of a kid in middle school
Supporting young people to recognise themselves as enabled and invested in themselves and their c
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Most garments and accessories are made of leather that is tanned using toxic chemicals (mostly in
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More than 40 local people representing over a dozen agencies and organizations are currently supp
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Hakuna Matata Imports and Accessories has grown out of my love for Africa, and the learning's tha
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The Virtual TV Studio for Youth : a mentored, collaborative web space for all high schoolers acro
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Our work at Community Micro Lending is to implement the very old-fashioned principle of neighbour
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