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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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Erin Freeland Ballantyne's picture
Dechinta was born out a desire to decolonize education opportunities in Denendeh and beyond- to s
winner
Talented artisans shouldn’t be in shadows but in limelight.
With a steady increase in world wide population and ever changing climate, growing enough nutrien
semifinalist
We are trying to take our product to market and find other interested charities who could be inte
Athena Theny's picture
Most garments and accessories are made of leather that is tanned using toxic chemicals (mostly in
Claudia Li's picture
The Youth Leadership & Community Development Program will focus on building a sense of belong
GridGiver is an online fundraising tool which enables small and medium non-profits and charities
Elijah van der Giessen's picture
Net Tuesday brings together community leaders interested in the use of technology to bring about
CyberSafeBC.ca will provide videod-based information for BC youth to help them learn about the da
Friends of Clayoquot Sound in Tofino will open an Eco-Centre which is designed to tell our story,
GridGiver is an online fundraising tool which enables small and medium non-profits and charities
Design-thinking workshops for non-profits, activists and social entrepreneurs.
Theresa Southam's picture
In Fall 2012 Selkirk will launch a series of garden parties to share indigenous ways of knowing b
Claudia Li's picture
Activating and mobilizing Hua Ren - the largest cultural group in Canada - to become game-changin
Portal for sustainable living, commerce and investment supported by advanced search functions and
Climate Matters is an intergenerational participatory media & outreach project that plants se
Social Justice and human rights are what we as a privileged society need to promote and work coll
To provide university level education inspired by the people, communities and environments of Hai
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