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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To pioneer sustainable change in the way malnutrition is addressed globally by treating people at
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Archipelago is one of the largest communities of young entrepreneurs in Western Europe.
Emily Stone is disrupting the cacao market dynamics in Central America by developing eye level pa
Neil McCabe is utilizing the existing infrastructure of firehouses, a locally oriented and truste
James Whelton – a natural builder, teacher, avid entrepreneur, and tenacious tech expert -- is cr
Over centuries and millennia, Ireland has evolved as a farmed landscape.
With public offerings too slow to be useful and the private market too costly, adequate mental he
Despite considerable economic resources, Norway ranks below France and Germany in science educati
A chief architect of the citizen sector in Ireland, Sister Stanislaus Kennedy (“Sister Stan”) is
Madeleine Clarke is crafting a strategy to nationally overhaul the disability field in Ireland.
Mike is creating an initiative to serve as the global source for online education at a time when
Michael Kelly is catalyzing a nationwide movement to substantially increase the number of people
With a background in nursing and particular empathy for the plight of people languishing sick and
Having spent a great deal of time working in feeding centers and famine-stricken areas, Steve, a
Through his organization, RedBranch, David Egan is empowering a generation of young people in Ire
Recognising that with guidance, ordinary citizens can do much of the work of professional speech
Caroline Casey helps Irish businesses to develop new approaches to employing and serving disabled
Future Voices Ireland empowers young people to break the poverty cycle through a highly intensive
Across Belize only 40% of youth attend high school and youth unemployment is 25%.
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