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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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InclusionWorks!
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Homeless prevention through advocacy, support and community integration.
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Kiera Kolson's picture
The CRE was founded on the premise that together we can build a generation of leaders that will r
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George Roter has turned young engineers and the general public into the driving force behind a ci
Entered in Ashoka Fellows
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Low voter turn out remains a major public policy issue in Canada and youth are civically engaged
Entered in Ashoka Fellows
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Anil is shifting citizens’ approaches to volunteerism from a traditionally periodic commitment to
Entered in Ashoka Fellows
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Ilona is fostering civic participation among apathetic youth by enhancing their political literac
Entered in Ashoka Fellows
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Manon Barbeau is restoring the Canadian aboriginal communities' deeply damaged natural socia
Entered in Ashoka Fellows
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Democratic debate has increasingly become an exclusive dialogue between ultra-specialized experts
Entered in Ashoka Fellows
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Marc Kielburger is building leadership development and social engagement into the education syste
Entered in Ashoka Fellows
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Kimberley Adams's picture
Project Public Art is a social enterprise arts organization seeking to facilitate equitable acces
Talented artisans shouldn’t be in shadows but in limelight.
Ethik BGC works along the value chain promoting a triple bottom line that works for people and it
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Adherence to therapy is a public health challenge. Breathing is essential to life.
Engaging children and youth in relationship building and problem solving today for tomorrow'
Ron Dembo's picture
Zerofootprint a mis au point GOODcoins, la première devise sociale au monde qui récompense les bo
Our plan pulls from a variety of resources, it will tie into already established national, provin
Sonia Borges's picture
Like our forefathers, grasssroots eating starts in our own backyards. Growing for our families.