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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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In-soo restores the primacy of public education to ensure fairness in the education system.
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Despite major investment in rehabilitating juvenile offenders, rates of recidivism remain stubbor
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In a society that has chronically higher levels of violence and suicide rates than any other OECD
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Jongki has pioneered a national change in law and attitudes towards bullying in schools in Korea
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Myung-sook is harnessing citizen participation to create cultural and economic development opport
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Lone Koldby is humanizing long-term care for the elderly in Norway by placing activity and social
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Eddi Eidsvåg is helping troubled youth (“pøbel” In Norwegian) who are ill-equipped for successful
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Kjartan Eide is shifting the norms in classrooms across Scandinavia to unleash the active, playfu
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Heidi is shifting social responses to dementia so that the person with the diagnosis is the focal
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Internationally, Norway has an image as a nation with few problems—a treasured identity.
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“Pack to the Roots”–a backpack full of intelligent design,traditional textile crafts and social e
The HappyTap is revolutionizing how we tackle infectious disease.
Thirty years ago mongoloide people were hidden in institutions, even in Europe.
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The RUBIC Center Project aims to enhance the capacity of parents, educators and the community to
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More than 60% of the world’s total new annual cancer cases occur in low and middle income countri
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"Playful TL-learning"
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