Entries

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 66 ideas
A social enterprise dedicated to supporting young adult Nigerians.
A social enterprise dedicated to supporting young adult Nigerians.
Bounce Works is a social enterprise that creates connected products to help kids thrive.
Francis Mbewe's picture
We are a Social Enterprise working with women to break the cycle of poverty at household level by
Francis Mbewe's picture
Energy Poverty is pervasive in rural and slum communities of Chipata District, Provincial Capital
These kind of resources are going to be anchored or perhaps unprotected.
drug and gang affiliation has become a real issue for young boys in my community.
Andreea Georgescu's picture
YOU is a project initiated to work on the young individual skill development in terms of media co
Every year 800,000 children under five die needlessly from a common preventable disease – diarrho
Adam Fouracre's picture
Stand Against Violence (SAV) is a registered charity founded following the murder of 17 year old
The I.T and internet is more than a way to keep up with youth friends or waste a few hours brows
MedLock saves lives and allows patients to use prescription drugs as intended in a safe, secure,
We plan on creating a new financial product called a development impact bond.
We launched an intensive collaboration with four distinct and passionate NGOs from Bulgaria, Hung
The Liverpool Project; a charity stopping young people dying on our streets.
Amina Marix Evans's picture
In a nutshell: we source books from publishers, libraries, shops and individuals and give them aw
An approach that views love of oneself and others as the root of empathy.
CyberMentors provides vulnerable young people with access to networks of peer and professional su
semifinalist
Involve, Inspire and Motivate young people to “Be the Change”
semifinalist
Vinciane Rycroft's picture
As educators, how can we create the conditions for young people to experience empathy?