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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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At present, there is no public space dedicated to awareness and education about sexual exploitati
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In societies with low or non-existing civic engagement, Elie is reversing the passivity of citize
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Zaher has launched a nation-wide, non party-affiliated movement to promote the strengthening of L
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Kamal Mouzawak's idea is to strengthen the bonds that unite a society instead of trying to r
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Capitalizing on the living laboratory of archaeological sites and their surrounding communities a
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Wael Hmaidan is establishing an ethic of social engagement by identifying and promoting “local he
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Ranwa Yehia seeks to empower Arab youth by instilling critical thinking, self-confidence, and sel
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Sarah Trad is confronting Lebanon's growing drug addiction problem by drawing on creative, s
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Selim Mawad integrates marginalized Arab youth into public life by educating them about transpare
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Awareness, combined with Equipment, creates space for Involvement.
BeeKeeper Parade uses discarded fabric and textile waste headed for Cambodian landfill and transf
Krama Heritage commercializes Cambodia's traditional scarf as a branded fashion accessory to
Krama Heritage commercializes Cambodia's traditional scarf as a branded fashion accessory to
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To provide poor parents of marginalized kids with vocational skills-training to produce apparel u
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Lucky Iron Fish is a growing social enterprise with big aspirations: to tackle and wipe out iron
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Backstreet Academy is a peer-to-peer impact travel platform for developing countries.People in po
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Color Silk ail to empower communities through sustainable development of silk weaving work for ec
Collaborating with cross sector stakeholders, a new CSR programme will be delivered to address bo
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