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Weekly Round-up - a historic low in child poverty, designing more accessible advice, how Amsterdam is fighting mass tourism & more!
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Weekly Round-up - a historic low in child poverty, designing more accessible advice, how Amsterdam is fighting mass tourism & more!

Each week, the SIX team will be sharing their favourite pieces of reading. The content will be organised thematically, and each piece will tie to wo…
SIX
7 November 2017
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Weekly Round-up- what can Martin Luther teach us about 21st century tech, feminist foreign policy, automated cities & more!
Cities

Weekly Round-up- what can Martin Luther teach us about 21st century tech, feminist foreign policy, automated cities & more!

Each week, the SIX team will be sharing their favourite pieces of reading. The content will be organised thematically, and each piece will tie to wo…
SIX
30 October 2017
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Weekly Round-up - Land restoration in China, how advocacy should be funded, football as a peace building tool in Colombia & more!
Citizen Participation

Weekly Round-up - Land restoration in China, how advocacy should be funded, football as a peace building tool in Colombia & more!

Weekly Round-up- Land restoration in China, how should advocacy should be funded, football as a peace building tool in Colombia & more. Each w…
SIX
24 October 2017
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Participatory Systems Change: A Primer
Ecosystems

Participatory Systems Change: A Primer

Abstract Addressing many of today’s most pressing problems—from climate change to unsustainable borrowing to rising inequalities—requires both…
24 October 2017Simon Fraser University's Centre for Dialogue
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A Breakfast on Networks and Systems Change
Collaboration

A Breakfast on Networks and Systems Change

SIX recently hosted Tim Draimin for a breakfast in London with individuals working in networks and systems change. Tim works for the McConnell Found…
20 October 2017Jordan Junge & Tim Draimin
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Five ways urban design can spur inclusive growth
Cities

Five ways urban design can spur inclusive growth

Every week, 1.5million people move to the city. By 2030, some 60% of the world’s population will live in urban areas. Yet while cities drive econo…
20 October 2017Apolitical
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Can a trash can reveal a community’s values?
Cities

Can a trash can reveal a community’s values?

What can the U.S. learn from Copenhagen about designing public spaces to foster healthier, more inclusive communities? One of the most striking cul…
Global Council
3 October 2017Karabi Acharya for Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
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Weekly Round-up- how to revive neighbourhoods through art, independence struggles in Catalonia & women at war
Cities

Weekly Round-up- how to revive neighbourhoods through art, independence struggles in Catalonia & women at war

Each week, the SIX team will be sharing their favourite pieces of reading. The content will be organised thematically, and each piece will tie to wo…
SIX
27 September 2017
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Mapping social innovation activity in Canada
Global council

Mapping social innovation activity in Canada

The following infographics, produced by Social Innovation Generation (SiG), indicate the rich and varied social innovation landscape of Canada.
Global Council
20 September 2017SiG
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