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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 2008 ideas
How do you make a bright future? You don't,you build bright minds to make it!
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Ahmed Amin's picture
Although Egypt is well known as one of the best destinations for global tourism all over the worl
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Hoffman Moka Lantum's picture
ZiDi™ is a software developed for point-of-care (POC) tracking of commodities in clinics serving
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Youther is an NGO that will link viewers to funded opportunities in and outside of Tunisia ( i.e.
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Prisoners are transformed into entrepreneurs by having them take part in an intensive entrepreneu
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Faire des détenus des Entrepreneurs en les faisant prendre part à une
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Mary Anne Amorim Ribeiro's picture
With 100% assimilation, PUPA OVERCOME brought recreational activities to low-income caregivers fr
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Aleta Margolis's picture
Young people possess an innate curiosity and desire to learn.
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Vishal Talreja's picture
Dream A Dream's mission is "to nurture the uniqueness of young people from vulnerable backgrounds
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Playworks believes in the power of play to bring out the best in every kid.
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Mary Anne Amorim Ribeiro's picture
Com 100% de assimilação, o PUPA VENCER trouxe experiências lúdicas para cuidadoras de baixa renda
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We train uneducated vulnerable Mothers in highly deprived rural villages to run educational Play
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Inspired by "Caine's Arcade" - kids around the world build anything they can imagine with cardboa
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South Bronx United (SBU) leverages the power of soccer to help youth, and particularly young men
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Archipelago is one of the largest communities of young entrepreneurs in Western Europe.
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Mattecentrum tutors around 70.000 young people in math every month – for free.
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Dina Buchbinder's picture
Sports for Sharing: integrating civic education into children’s lives in a fun, meaningful way.
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The Just Move It initiative (JMI) originated on the Navajo Nation in 1993 as a partnership betwee
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Roxanne Martin's picture
Language, language, language! Who would’ve of thought that Language, a key
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