Citizen / community participation

hbhatti , June 7, 2021

Ashoka Fellow David Bornstein's #BriefButSpectacular Take on Telling the Whole Story

Ashoka Fellow David Bornstein is transforming the field of Journalism to become more equitable and empowering through the integration of in depth reporting of challenges along with the inspiring solutions to them
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Ashoka Turkey

Ashoka Fellow David Bornstein is transforming the field of Journalism to become more equitable and empowering through the integration of in depth reporting of challenges along with the inspiring solutions to them
Ashoka Fellow
kherbst , April 1, 2021

Mutualism and The Next Economy

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Ashoka

Mutualism is a way to understand our world. Instead of being stuck by the enormity of the world’s problems, mutualism enables us to uncover existing local solutions whose growth is centered on communities and people rather than a turbo-charged profit strategy that leads to big box uniformity.

Ashoka Fellow
mramirez , January 11, 2021

Jeremy Cabello

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jeremy cabello

Jeremy Cabello, de 25 años, vive en Co

kherbst , December 17, 2020

Journalism and Democracy

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Ashoka

Ashoka Fellow David Bornstein: "I covered the murder of a woman when I was writing for New York Newsday. And I remember reporting that story — it was really heartbreaking — and my editor calling me up at 5 a.m.

Anonymous (not verified) , February 1, 2019

The New Reality

Living in a Changemaker World Requires a New Framework for Thinking and Acting
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Living in a Changemaker World Requires a New Framework for Thinking and Acting
Anonymous (not verified) , January 17, 2018

A New Age has Dawned: Our Young People Need to be Changemakers

Henry Newsweek article Jan 2018 Newsweek

The erosion of civic engagement and civic institutions was a consistent concern in 2017, and some now predict dire consequences in 2018.

Deep changes in civic life are clearly underway, but aren’t necessarily dystopian.