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    A Winning Idea: TV For And By The People

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    This past week, Ashoka Fellow Felipe Heusser and

    6 Insights Into Creating a School Culture of Empathy

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    A convening of five schools in 2012 yielded these tips on cultivating empathy in your school.

    Being a Changemaker in a Changing World

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    What does it mean to have the world’s sixteenth largest economy (which is growing rapidly), a population where 60 percent of people are under the a

    Introducing Ashoka's Inaugural Class of Changemaker Schools

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    Cultivating empathy and empowering children to become effective changemakers in their communities isn’t an add-on, or a brand-new concept: it start

    Ashoka Fellow Juan David Aristizábal Ospina: 'If You Are Using Your Talents, You Are Changing the World'

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    Ashoka Fellow Juan David is a 23-year-old social entrepreneur who founded the organization Buena Nota in Colombia.

    Ashoka Fellow Mary Gordon Launches Roots Of Empathy In the UK at the House of Lords

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    On 26th November (2012) the official launch of the innovative Roots of Empathy programme took place at a reception in the House of Lords in London.

    Diana Wells Recieves Brown University's Highest Honor

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    Ashoka's very own Diana Wells got some recognition from her alma mater, Brown University, for exceptional service and contribution to society.

    'Who Cares?': A Film About Social Entrepreneurship Wins the Best Feature Documentary Award at the DC Film Festival

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    The Portuguese language film “Quem se Importa?”—which translates to “Who Cares?” in English—was written and directed by Mara Mourão and produced by Tatiana Battaglia. Mourão's crew shot the film in a total of 20 locations in just 40 days, capturing the stories of everyday people in Brazil, Peru, Tanzania, Canada, Germany, Switzerland and in the United States who have achieved extraordinary impact with their social good projects.

    Co-Creating Our Future, One Big Idea At A Time

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    It used to be that if you went to school and studied hard, you would get a job, buy a house and be a generally successful person.