Topic : Droits de l’homme et égalité
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"It's not the earthquake that kills people, it's the building collapsing."
This will be the first of monthly book reviews from Ashoka staff, covering books which we have found relevant to our work.
Imagine a master class for social change: an academy of action where concrete advice, guidance, and direction for every level of changemaking – from the first spark of an idea to the scaling of an innovation across the globe – are shared by some of the world’s most accomplished innovators and activists.
Social entrepreneurs are often credited with having a one-track mind.
Open source thinking is no longer a skill reserved for software engineers, but a valuable skill for social entrepreneurs.
On Friday, October 21, 2011 Bill Drayton joined the ranks of Nelson Mandela, Bill and Melinda Gates, and the World Health Organization in receiving the Prince of Asturias Award for International Cooperation. The award, referred to as the Spanish Nobel, is an annual recognition of one person or organization for a global contribution to humankind.
As Drayton arrived in Spain for the award ceremony, there was a surge of media coverage and events focused on social entrepreneurship.
You don’t have to be in a classroom to improve your ability to be empathetic.
By partnering with the New Cities Foundation, Ashoka looks forward to highlighting the importance of social entrepreneurs in making cities the best they can be, and to sharing the key principles and patterns from urban innovations that can offer practical solutions. Perhaps most importantly, Ashoka hopes to change the framework with we all approach our cities to start with.