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    Changing the Face of Information in Pakistan

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    Ashoka fellow Shafqat Munir Ahmad’s organization Journalists for Democracy and Human Rights (JDHR) has educated over 1200 journali

    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.

    '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.

    Storytellers in Residence - An elected community hosted by Ashoka and partners

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    People take time out and recruit themselves to accomplish extraordinary things.

    Empathy Heroes: 5 People Who Used Empathy to Change the World

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    Ever heard of “empathy marketing”? It’s the latest business buzzword.

    3 Media and Technology Solutions for the Good of All from Ashoka’s Media and Technology Fellows at the DW Global Media Forum

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    Across the world today, citizens are active participants both as members of the audience, news makers and reporters.

    Solution-based Journalism

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    The Right Livelihood Award and Ashoka Switzerland launched the initiative for Solution-Based Journalism (SBJ) within Ashoka’s Swiss Changemaker Program on November 24, 2015 with well-known journalists such as Frank Senn (SRF) and Judith Wittwer (Tagesanzeiger).

    Who Cares

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    Meet Attila Mong - A Storyteller-in-Residence

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    Hungarian journalist Attila Mong made news himself in 2010 when he publicly protested a controversial and repressi