Ashoka Fellows Roundtable on Aging: Chapter 1 Anne Bastings: Forget Memory, Try Imagination!
Ashoka Fellow Anne Basting shares how and why she founded TimeSlips. Her Innovative approach to communicating with people with dementia is being replicated worldwide. Please Join Anne, other Ashoka Fellows and friends for this special event. Contact us for further information of the event.
COVID-19 and Democracy.
Ashoka Romania is turning 3. Three years of ecosystem building, three years of fully supporting social innovators. Join us in a full day of events with Ashoka Fellows from all over the world! We will talk about Democracy, Digitalization, Climate and Health and how to tackle through empathy the New...
Ashoka Fellows Roundtable on Aging: Chapter 2 DY Suharya : Do not Underestimate Memory Loss
Ashoka Fellow DY Suharya shares why she founded ALZI and how she pioneered a cross-generations movement to improve the quality of life of people with Alzheimer and their caregivers. Please Join DY, other Ashoka Fellows and friends for this special event. Contact us for more information and Event...
Ashoka Fellows Roundtable on Aging: Chapter 3 Ole Kassow: The Right to Relate
Ashoka Fellow Ole Kassow shares why he founded Cycling Without Age, and how offering free trishaw rides in his community turned into a global movement that creates relationships that break isolation and loneliness in old age. Please join Ole, other Ashoka Fellows and friends for this special event.
Ashoka Fellows Roundtable on Aging: Chapter 4 Sérgio Serapião: Celebrating Longevity
Ashoka Fellow Sérgio Serapião shares how and why he founded LAB60+, a movement of people and organizations, to revolutionize the meaning of longevity. Please join Sergio, other Ashoka Fellows and friends for this special event.
Ashoka Fellows Roundtable on Aging Chapter 5, Anil Patil: A Lifeline for Invisible Carers
Ashoka Fellow Anil Patil shares how and why he established Carers Worldwide, enabling support systems and infrastructure that transforms the lives of unpaid family carers in developing countries. Please join Anil, other Ashoka Fellows and friends for this special event.
Deep Fixes: Meet 4 new Fellows
Even before the COVID-19 pandemic, our country faced daunting challenges. 1 in 4 American households cannot afford to fill their prescriptions. More than 400,000 people a year pass through our publicly-funded, mostly-privatized immigrant detention system rife with human rights abuses. The working...