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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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Let's Innovate through Education empowers minority students to launch entrepreneurial ideas.
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Africa, technology what if the these to phrases came together. The possibilities are endless.
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EZbuds brings a new twist to the headphones industry.
To begin, my company is geared toward a dual social enterprise.
We are creating a tech solution that tracks the flow of organic cotton from the farmer to the mil
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Launch Exchange is committed to growing social enterprise in Detroit and beyond.
AFIA is a sustainable women's clothing line inspired by the layers around us.
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Alter-Art will enhance small-space living worldwide, promote healthy social gatherings for all so
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Thought Collective is an ethical fashion company employing and empowering women.
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Social change and mainstream media do not have to be mutually exclusive.
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BeanVoyage aims to support underserved coffee farming communities in CostaRica by providing an e-
Imagine you're a young social entrepreneur in need of leadership development.
Start 4-H Textile and Fashion Clubs in every public school in Broward County.
Movements often flounder when the activists driving them lack access to vital strategies, safe sp
Serve Africa encourages youth uptake of agriculture as a way of addressing the unemployment probl
Local + Lejos is a socially conscious home decor brand that creates contemporary product for cons
Tellusthepoint enables employers like Unilever to share with students how classroom subject