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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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Michelle Lem's picture
Up to 25% of the homeless own pets & most place the needs of their pets ahead of their own.
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Joy Chalmers's picture
Aboriginal Day Camp for Girls (Camp de jour pour les filles autochtones) est né de l’idée qu’en m
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To meet its long term social development needs, Nunatsiavut Government decided to build from with
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Joy Chalmers's picture
Aboriginal Day Camp for Girls was started from an idea that by connecting girls to their culture
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Kimberley Adams's picture
Project Public Art is a social enterprise arts organization seeking to facilitate equitable acces
Ashley Wiles's picture
Sole Girls is a powerful network of young women who are changing lives.
Ashley Wiles's picture
Sole Programs is a powerful network of young people who are changing lives.
Bria MacDonald's picture
We are putting mini silent spin bikes in elementary school classrooms for self-regulation purpose
Tim Richter's picture
The 20,000 Homes Campaign is a national campaign to house 20,000 of Canada's most vulnerable home
La Marche vers Tuk encourage les gens à créer des équipes et à franchir ensemble la distance qui
Jason MacNaughton's picture
A peer reviewed scientific dissection of influence in all its forms.
Bria MacDonald's picture
We are putting mini silent exercise bikes in elementary school classrooms for self-regulation pur
We design a new category of toys, re-imagined as serious learning tools for all ages.
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The Walk to Tuk encourages people to form teams and together ‘walk the distance’ of the Mackenzie
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Recently a health report warned that too much time on smart phones actually stunted young people'
The main focus for the Daily Physical Activity in the Workplace project is to have movement and e