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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We are a mobile app that revolutionizes recycling, changing habits of those who do not recycle, m
Fundación Multitudes promueve el fortalecimiento de la democracia.
La única organización nacional de MUJERES de la pesca artesanal busca empoderar a las líderes, co
Líderes mapuches capacitados en historia, derechos, comunicación y políticas públicas, capaces de
Plataforma web que difunde información ambiental de las municipalidades chilenas, promueve el des
Eddi Eidsvåg is helping troubled youth (“pøbel” In Norwegian) who are ill-equipped for successful
Felipe is promoting a culture of transparency and accountability in Chile and Latin America by cr
Victoria Quevedo Méndez is developing an independent radio sector in Chile to create a media sour
Valentina's work empowers citizens to recognize and acknowledge violence in their society, a
Lake Sagaris is tackling the challenges confronting Latin American megacities by launching and nu
By promoting shared traditional values like solidarity, responsibility, generosity, fitness, and
A role model for young leaders in Chile, Daniel Tawrycky has created a tutoring program that brin
A passionate advocate for citizen participation at the local level, Héctor Jorquera has developed
By placing cameras in the hands of some of Chile's most marginalized populations, Héctor Lop
Hernán Dinamarca is promoting widespread understanding of Chile's poor and disadvantaged thr
Dante Pesce is bringing volunteer professional skills to bear on the development of poor rural co
Seeking to reactivate latent altruism and to bridge growing divisions in Chilean society, Cecilia
Promoting the development of resilience in girls, boys and teenagers who live in contexts of biop
Le Mouton Vert, emprendimiento sustentable de diseño textil lanero contemporáneo, presenta líneas
The Mapuche conflict is not terrorism, but Chileans believe it to be.
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