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Edit Schlaffer

Ashoka Fellow since Aug 2016

Austria

Edit Schlaffer develops the powerful potential of mothers in preventing radicalization within their families and in becoming ambassadors for de-radicalization in their communities.

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Gernot Jochum-Müller

Ashoka Fellow since Aug 2015

Austria

Gernot pioneers complementary currencies as a tool for local and regional development and enables its integration into the institutional infrastructure of communities, regions and whole states.

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Bernhard Hofer

Ashoka Fellow since Aug 2015

Austria

Bernhard supports children and young people to achieve success in their schooling, which improves their opportunities to find well-paid employment upon graduation. Through a scalable grassroots peer-to-peer tutoring program, an intensive after-school academy, and partnerships with schools, teachers...

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Walburga Fröhlich and Klaus Candussi

Ashoka Fellow since Jul 2014

Austria

Gregor Demblin

Ashoka Fellow since Mar 2013

Austria

Gregor Demblin created Europe’s first online career platform to provide a simple and efficient way to include people with disabilities in all types of jobs.

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Martin Hollinetz

Ashoka Fellow since Aug 2012

Austria

Martin Hollinetz founded OTELO to develop the creativity, responsiveness, and entrepreneurial quality of citizens across Austria.

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Johannes Lindner

Ashoka Fellow since Aug 2011

Austria

Johannes Linder is changing the way children are taught inside and out of the classroom in order to inspire and institutionalize social entrepreneurship as a means to achieve effective citizenship for students.

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Gerald Koller

Ashoka Fellow since Aug 2011

Austria

Based on the assumption that there is a human tendency toward seeking ecstatic feelings and risk, resulting in dangerous outcomes and potentially addiction, Gerald Koller trains individuals in local communities, citizen organizations (COs), and regional government programs to develop responsible...

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