Ashoka Fellows are the examples we need to build a world where we can all be changemaker. People with different life stories, coming from different sectors, but who have distinguished themselves for the ability to find alternative, scalable and replicable solutions to the social problems we face every day.
We are pleased to present some Ashoka Fellows publications, to be inspired by the experiences of those who act every day to foster the creation of a world where everyone can be a Changemaker.
Writing Change, the series of events in which the latest publications of some Ashoka Fellows will be presented, will begin on May 27th.
Writing Change is part of "Road2ACMS", the path to the Ashoka Changemaker Summit: the largest event dedicated to the most innovative social innovators in the world.
The next edition of the Ashoka Changemaker Summit will be held in Turin on December 1-2-3 2021.
👉 Writing Change will be held online on Ashoka Italia's Facebook, LinkedIn and Youtube pages. Follow us to stay updated on these and many other events!
La razza zingara - Carlo Stasolla
May 27th 5.30 pm CET
Carlo Stasolla, Founder of Associazione 21 Luglio and Ashoka Fellow presents his latest book "The Gypsy Race" in which he recounts his experience of him in support of the rights of those groups and individuals in conditions of extreme segregation.
With the participation of Anina Ciuciu - lawyer, community organiser and author of the book "I am Romni and I remain".
Sensemaking - Ricardo Oliveira Neves
June 3, 2021 5.30 pm CET
In a world where the "new normal" is represented by an incessant demand for transformation, organizations need leaders who support the development and growth of their employees, supporting them in the pursuit of their life purpose.
In his book by him Ricardo Oliveira Neves, marketing and strategic communication consultant and Ashoka Fellow, presents a new vision of how leadership should use communication to lead the world towards systemic change.
Mutualism, Sara Horowitzz
9 June 2021 5.30 pm
Sara Horowitz, Founder of the Freelancers Union and Ashoka Fellow elected in the United States, presents her latest book, Mutualism: A Guide to Understanding Our World Taking Care of Biodiversity, Racial and Economic Equity.
Instead of getting stuck in the enormity of the world's problems, Mutualism allows us to discover existing solutions whose growth is centered on communities and people rather than on a profit strategy. The book reflects the breadth of humanity, emphasizing the importance of biodiversity, care for the planet, racial and economic equity. Mutualism is both a guide and an ideology for people and communities who come together to find solutions to problems.