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    How kids in Omaha transformed lives by playing Secret Kindness Agents

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    One evening, a grandfather told his grandson about a battle that goes on inside people. He said, “My son, the battle is between two ‘wolves’ inside us all. One is evil....the other is good.

    How can we develop family guidelines around conflict for children?

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    After some happy outdoor play, I heard my son E run straight up to his bedroom and slam the door.

    Why reframing conflict as creativity is an essential skill for changemakers

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    We have a laptop that sits on our kitchen table for our children to use.

    it's the changemaker economy now

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    In response to Bill Clinton's now world famous proclamation that Hillary Clinton is the best darn changemaker he ever met, Yahoo National Political

    Breaking Down the Barriers to Education for Women

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    In spite of their demographic diversity, followers of Islam are often lumped into a single category that denigrates the religion and stereotypes mo

    Ashoka Fellow Ashif Shaikh - India

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    By turning victims from the bottom of India’s caste structure into paralegals and advocates (on a large scale, so far over five big states), Ashif is uprooting both the psychology and the impunity that have long made change largely illusory.

    Muslim Leadership Stories

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    Roughly 23 percent of the world’s population, 1.6 billion people, is Muslim. Extending from Indonesia to the U.S.

    Sasha Kramer

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    Sasha Kramer – 2006 Ashoka Fellow and founder of  SOIL (Sustainable Organic Integrated Livelihoods) – is working to promote dignity, health, and sustainable livelihoods through the use of ecological sanitation in Haïti.

    Ashoka Staff Answers: Why Diversity?

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    Many already believe that diversity within an organization can help retain staff, increase productivity and improve client relationships. But diversity can have even broader implications. Some Ashoka staff share in their own words why they think diverse workplaces are an important ingredient in changing the world.