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How does the agency for social innovation arise? Enabling social innovation capacity in Thailand and Myanmar
SEASIN

How does the agency for social innovation arise? Enabling social innovation capacity in Thailand and Myanmar

There is no people power in this country Participant during the social innovation workshop in Myanmar The above quote is rather of our rec…
SIX
10 April 2018Julie Munk & So Jung Rim
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A modern case for regional collaboration, #MeToo, the paradoxical rise of one percent populism & more!
Reading Recommendations

A modern case for regional collaboration, #MeToo, the paradoxical rise of one percent populism & 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
13 March 2018
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What’s coming up in 2018?
2018

What’s coming up in 2018?

Building on from 2017, we will continue to build our work and share knowledge, create and nurture relationships, and set a direction for the field.…
SIX
16 January 2018
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Highlights 2017 - How has social innovation shifted and how has SIX contributed?
2017 Highlights

Highlights 2017 - How has social innovation shifted and how has SIX contributed?

The dogmas of the quiet past, are inadequate to the stormy present. The occasion is piled high with difficulty, and we must rise -- with the occasio…
SIX
10 January 2018SIX
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Follow Our Movement- Reflections following the Rethink Activism Festival in Aarhus
Cities

Follow Our Movement- Reflections following the Rethink Activism Festival in Aarhus

‘No man is an island entire of itself; every man is a piece of the continent, a part of the main’ John Donne ‘I’ve realised that since bein…
26 September 2017Duncan Collins-Adams
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Five ways universities are organising themselves to increase societal impact
Capacity Building

Five ways universities are organising themselves to increase societal impact

Introduction - What are universities for?For many, universities and higher educational institutions continue to be viewed as elitist and isolated in…
12 September 2017Julie Munk, So Jung Rim & Louise Pulford
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The Unusual Suspects Festival: London 2017
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The Unusual Suspects Festival: London 2017

Within London, the city’s paradoxes have also become more exposed. The chasm between the have and have nots. Some 27% of Londoners live in poverty…
Events
11 August 2017
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