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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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Yahoo help UK's picture
Yahoo help is UK based web directory.
By us collecting unwanted and leftover food from large events, it can help feed the homeless and
Food wastage is a world wide problem and it`s happening even in the university`s Restaurant.
Khama is an accessories brand built on a collaboration between designers in London and Malawi.
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Mamaby helps women in Indian slums deliver healthy and well nourished babies.
Aspuna Group is a new generation international commodities trader.
Darlo is an ethical babywear brand that donates one week's worth of meals to a child in Indi
Minorities are stripped of context and defined as the exception.
Brett Davies's picture
This is a clean, safe, waterless sanitation system.
Valerie Lothian's picture
According to a study by Marketdata Enterprises in 2010, the motivational self-improvement market
PULSE Lab – Leveraging a “Big Business” skills-based volunteering initiative to create a strategi
It is a fresh approach to CSR that creates collaborations across the private, public and charity
FoodCycle builds communities by combining volunteers, surplus food and a spare kitchen space to c
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New tasting tea, closer work with the farmers, focusing more on creating employment in developing
A financially-sustainable on-line social enterprise aiming to help increase educational equality
Aiming for more of a wide understanding of what goes on behind the company in a positive straight
Eugenie Teasley's picture
Spark+Mettle is an aspirations agency that likes to help people flourish.
We are a media brand whose sole aim is to redefine university culture. We bring people together.
A socially and environmentally friendly restaurant in which people sit down as strangers and leav
An 21st century website to enable better communication of science to the public.
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