Come motivare i giovani ad agire per un impatto collettivo
WHAT WE NEED TO LEARN TO MAKE THE MOST OF OUR DISRUPTED WORLD, Henry De Sio
The Babies Teaching Kindness in Class
Naomi isn’t your average teacher. For one thing, she’s only seven months old. But in many schools across Canada babies like Naomi are a regular feature at the front of class. It’s because of an education program called Roots of Empathy, which is designed to encourage kids to be kinder. The idea is...
Everyone a Changemaker: Bill Drayton's Challenge to the World
Bill Drayton invented the term “social entrepreneur” and founded Ashoka, the organization that supports 3,500 of them in 93 countries. He’s a legend in the nonprofit world, so I went to him this week to see if he could offer some clarity and hope in discouraging times. He did not disappoint.
Anshul Tewari Created India’s Largest Youth Media Platform at Age 17
Anshul Tewari was dismayed that cultural taboos are producing “a culture of silence that is pushing an entire generation away from changemaking.”
Ashoka Fellow Mary Gordon Wins Canada's Innovation Award
Gordon envisioned empathy as a peace pill that could go beyond the classroom to the boardroom and the war room
Abla Al Alfy & Her Mother-Centric Approach to Infant Development
Reaching more than 600,000 Egyptian women and mothers, Dr. Abla Al Alfy’s work continues to scale.
Hilmi Quraishi & Philips Foundation Accelerate Health for All
"No woman should die anymore while giving birth to a child, no child should be left without education, no youth should remain unskilled." - Hilmi Quarishi
Ashoka's Network of Social Entrepreneurs Arrives in Italy
Ashoka Italia is now operating in both Rome and Milan. Two social entrepreneurs selected by Ashoka as Fellows presented their work and vision of change at the Italian Embassy in the U.S. last week. Riccarda Zezza described what being an Ashoka Fellow means to her: "Ten years ago, I used to work for...
Good Grief! Is It Possible to Bridge Our Differences?
The world feels more fractious with every passing day. People who are different from each other, or who hold different points of view, struggle to bridge differences. Since January 2017, The People’s Supper project has been tackling this disconnect head on by inviting people, who often have never...