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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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People running home.
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Sustainable Marketing and design firm to leverage unused urban wall/roofs/courtyards for vertical
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When cyclists meet urban gardening, when hackers collaborate with artists, when photographers sha
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Create Your Voice is non-profit organization that gives children and youth, especially those who
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As part of school projects students walk in their neighborhood in search of Jewish history.
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The AEROTERM SunWindHybrid is world's first combined SunWind Power Plant which uses updraft and r
Once a week pensioners of different trades work in the external workshop with pupils on concrete
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Muslim talents ist ein Netzwerk für begabte Muslime, über welches jene ihr Talent repräsentieren
In many underserved communities, e.g. in Africa youth suffer from poor career prospects.
“Two ears – one tongue” offers a training for students (as from 15y).
We connect children in more than 100 countries for media, education and exchange projects: All ag
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In our workshop, teenagers get the opportunity to learn practical, goal-oriented methods and comp
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Youth-LeadeR connects the young generation with outstanding young changemakers of today for acti
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We are helping frustrated teenagers to discover themselves and their passion in life.
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With an existing network of non-profit events like TEDxRheinMain and OpenTechSchool we provide a
Pinakothek der Moderne is the leading museum for art, architecture and design and plays a vital r
HochSpannung-Abenteuer Technik is a project for pupils where they get active and create their own
Accessible culture without barriers: we create accessibility by inclusive theatre plays through l
The YOS – concept offers young people, who as intermediate school pupils have big problems to fin