Topic : Imprenditoria Sociale
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Angela’s story highlights how a group of teens can create a cultural shift towards young changemaking through activities that develop their self-concept and leadership capacity in Surabaya, Indonesia.
Stronger together: Sisters Shreya and Sahana encourage resilience and independence for girls in Charlotte, North Carolina
Ignited by a family history of changemaking, Shreya and Sahana embark on their own changemaking journey to change the landscape of economic mobility in their hometown for young women and girls.
Thanks to the support and inspiration from his parents and grandparents, Riski is leading initiatives that address both environmental and economic challenges to improve his village’s quality of life.
Starting with a research question, RJ is dedicated to reducing electronic waste through normalizing recycling and, more importantly, sustainable consumption of electronics. Starting with a research question, RJ is dedicated to reducing electronic waste through normalizing recycling and, more importantly, sustainable consumption of electronics.
Lita invites her peers to engage in personal exploration and intellectual bravery, while fostering an environment that supports curiosity for other’s ideas and cultures.
Rere to open a “multiliteracy” center to encourage a culture of reading, writing, and changemaking through expressing thoughts, voicing opinions, and producing positive content.
It is not everyday you hear about young children questioning the status quo, revolutionizing the automobile industry, or filing for patents at age 13. But they’re out there, and this is the story of one. Today, Param Jaggi is a 23-year-old entrepreneur and social activist. He is the founder of Hatch, a simple and user-friendly app creation company. But to get here, his changemaker journey started when he was a teenager.
Saving gorillas by saving people: how Gladys Kalema transformed her teenage passion for animals into a radical social innovation
As a new graduate from veterinary school, Dr. Gladys Kalema-Zikusoka invented her first job. She wrote to the Ugandan Wildlife Authority, laying out her research explaining just how critical it was to create a role for a veterinarian within the organization.
Change is happening all around us, all the time. How do we face it? Are we afraid or do we see new possibilities? When new immigrant and refugee students started coming to her school, Peyton Klein saw the possibility for mutual learning and support.
Meagan Warren found her power when she harnessed her love of reading to form a literary nonprofit organization that provides children’s books to young people in under-resourced communities.