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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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To pioneer sustainable change in the way malnutrition is addressed globally by treating people at
winner
Coalición COPLA's picture
Es una campaña a favor de la creación de una Corte Penal Latinoamericana y del Caribe contra el C
semifinalist
El nuevo modelo de comunicación de los derechos humanos desde los conocimientos tradicionales de
El Medidor de vulnerabilidad de derechos humanos de los pueblos indígenas en países extractivista
Ava Mulla's picture
Building Pioneers makes solid houses more affordable, eco-friendly and disaster resistant in deve
The objective of the Bangladeshi Garment Employee Gold Standard – Certificate (GEGS), is to set u
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Future Voices Ireland empowers young people to break the poverty cycle through a highly intensive
Korvi Rakshand's picture
JAAGO Foundation has 14 established traditional and online schools across Bangladesh providing Fr
PROFIT INCREASES caring for the environment.
Ester Xicota's picture
En la AMSP queremos transformar el sector textil tradicional peruano y convertirlo en un ejemplo
The decline of the Jute sector in Bangladesh threatens millions of jobs and rural development.
Juan Basilio's picture
WAPOSAT helps to solve a global problem, the pollution of water, through a monitoring system of w
Street children cannot access formal public education due to poverty.
Over two billion people lack formal ID, precluding them from services like healthcare.
finalist
Enrique Mesones's picture
This is an opportunity to be guided in daily reflections on personal and professional goals and f
Anna Marie Troupe's picture
No garment factory worker is empowered or safe with only men in charge.
semifinalist
Machiel van Dooren's picture
Made Blue matches the water consumption of companies by creating clean drinking water in developi
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