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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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Changing Worlds is educational arts nonprofit with a mission to improve student learning, affirm
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The Summit Hall After-School Dance Club is an program for children who lacks access to extracurri
The effects of the slave trade is still being felt by people of African origin living outside Afr
The effects of the slave trade is still being felt by people of African origin living outside Afr
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Alter-Art will enhance small-space living worldwide, promote healthy social gatherings for all so
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The Mapuche conflict is not terrorism, but Chileans believe it to be.
Start 4-H Textile and Fashion Clubs in every public school in Broward County.
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VOZ
VOZ makes modern luxury fashion that is co-designed and hand-made by rural artisans in Latin Amer
semifinalist
A virtual platform for young Pakistani and Indian school children to build friendships while teac
Yellow Leaf fights poverty in Southeast Asia by paying people to weave awesome hammocks!
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Sage and Sweetgrass Association is a non-profit association working to create a web site of dicti
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TICambia: una hoja de ruta para el aprendizaje sobre paz y solidaridad en internet, a partir de i
Artpreneurs for Change is committed to fostering empathy and transcending socioeconomic and cultu
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Curricula for Change! Bringing peace to Africa through educational empowerment.
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Non-fiction Common Core aligned curriculum centered around youth-created films.
semifinalist
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Learning Journeys to create empathetic and compassionate citizens
OWEd builds curriculum around student writing, enabling students to better understand their conne
Educating school personnell on ASD and improve empathy.
I propose a replicable model based on the success of our Museum's "SOAR for Science" program.
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