Un entrepreneur social anglais exporte sa méthode en Colombie !
Michael Sani décrypte l'engagement des jeunes dans le processus de paix.
Empathy as Key to Reporting on Gender and Sexuality
All we need is for newsrooms to wake up to this fact
Peyton: Creating a two-way stream of inclusion and cultural understanding
When new immigrant and refugee students started coming to her school, Peyton Klein saw the possibility for mutual learning and support.
Ashoka Fellow Mary Gordon Wins Canada's Innovation Award
Gordon envisioned empathy as a peace pill that could go beyond the classroom to the boardroom and the war room
Chethan Gowda: Decreasing Blood Shortages in a Populous Country
Struck by the absurdity of dying from a blood shortage in a country of 1.2B people, Chethan, then 16, began connecting people around one of life's essential liquids.
Garvita: Why Waste? Learning to See the Glass as Half Full
“The best ideas come from people like us, people of our age,” says Garvita, “We have fresh, growing and innovating minds."
Youth Must be Trusted to Lead in Africa
Shootings and flying petrol bombs turned Mitchells Plain in Cape Town, South Africa, into a war zone for a week in late March 2015. Buses and taxis refused to enter the township established by the apartheid government in the 1970s. Eric Coetzee, a community leader, describes this neighborhood as "a...
Change The World; Empower The Youth
If you think of most of the world’s great entrepreneurs, they started their rise to the top in their teens, says Bill Drayton, founder of global citizen sector organisation, Ashoka. Richard Branson, for example, was 16 when he set up Student magazine, which he managed from a phone booth. His idea to...
How America's millennials are redefining citizenship
The immigration debate looms large over Washington. It shut the federal government down twice in one month, and has stymied the Senate. Even beyond the DACA impasse, other immigration fights are looming, like the fight over whether United States residents should be asked if they are citizens on the...