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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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Jill Vialet's picture
Playworks believes in the power of play to bring out the best in every kid.
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Nicholas Carlisle's picture
No Bully partners with schools to implement innovative and sustainable solutions to student bully
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Pat Burke's picture
What are the challenges and obstacles children face in life today at home and school?
Daniel Cano's picture
The Mapuche conflict is not terrorism, but Chileans believe it to be.
Serve Africa encourages youth uptake of agriculture as a way of addressing the unemployment probl
Ali Clare's picture
Re:Coded transforms the massive intellectual potential of Syrian refugees and IDPs by using a low
Aurora Barnes's picture
GirlsTalk/GuysTalk youth participate in various workshops and activities that teach about social
Christine King's picture
We educate the hearts of University students to balance and enhance their academic experience thr
LifePlay Foundation was established in order for us to bring our unique approach to conflict reso
My solution to the madness youth show toward each other is for kids to get the message to stay in
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Approximately 50 words left (400 characters). Have kids meet an author in person. Read the book.
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Angel's at work is the name of one of the programs I would start if giving the opportunity and fi
Brooke Wichmann's picture
Our organization is committed to reducing bullying and creating communities of empathy and compa
Pangaea Project brings social change to schools in India through raising awareness, self-introspe
Sheri Atwood's picture
Ittavi (an acronym for “it takes a village”) seeks to end conflict, improve transparency and simp
Natalie Christensen's picture
Feeleez offers tools to build and support emotional development in children and their caregivers.
Laura Snider's picture
The Student RJ Team uses restorative practices to prevent crime and conflict in their schools.
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Sheri Atwood's picture
Ittavi (an acronym for “it takes a village”) seeks to end conflict, improve transparency and simp